Bus stops announced for traditional-calendar Wake County students
Posted August 14, 2015
According to a news release, some bus routes have been consolidated and bus stops will be centrally located within neighborhoods.
Transportation officials began planning for the new school year in May when families of eligible students received a postcard to update bus service needs. The information was then combined with new student needs and the removal of students who left the school system to create the new routes and stops.
Wake County bus drivers are scheduled to make 25,000 stops serving 171 schools.
The Transportation Department will begin accepting requests for bus stop changes after the 20th day of school when ridership settles into fully predictable patterns, the release said.