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SPECIAL REPORT


The Cypress- Fairbanks ISD transportation department uses in-depth measurements of its vehicles and operations to justify budget requests.


Real-Life Determinations of TCO Kayne Smith, director of transportation for the Cy-


press-Fairbanks Independent School District in Houston, oversees a system that transports more than 80,000 students every day on approximately 750 routes. “We’re the third-largest district in Texas, but we’re actually the largest student transporter in the state—larger than the Houston and Dallas districts combined, in terms of numbers trans-


ported,” said Smith, who attended Lauria’s presentation over the summer. Smith said TCO is continually at the top of his mind. “We


have multiple KPIs,” he shared. “We have different types of buses, we run different types of fuel—gas, propane and diesel. Right now, we’re assessing what our fuel mileage is. We’re tracking cost of ownership of those vehicles to see what we’re going to buy in the future. I want to make sure


20 School Transportation News • OCTOBER 2019


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