Why does my child have to walk to a stop when students in my town who attend the local school get picked up at their homes?

Several reasons for corner stops or centralized stops exist as follows:
  • Clustering students at stops shorten the length of a bus route;
  • Students attending a nonpublic school usually do not reside in a concentrated area, therefore, mutually equi-distant stops are sought;
  • A route was designed with multiple stops which was not bid on leaving your child without transportation. Often a new route is designed utilizing centralized stops upon which a contractor will bid.