What is being decided?
We are reviewing government school bus services in regional South Australia to see how government school buses can provide travel for all students, regardless of what school they attend (government or non-government school).
We are also considering making school buses available for broader community use and if moving the responsibility for school buses from the Department for Education to the Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure will make services more effective and efficient.
To help us with this review we want to hear from parents and caregivers of students, and the broader community in regional South Australia, about how these changes will affect them. We also want your thoughts on the implications of making school buses available for community purposes.
This consultation is an initial step in the review, which also includes working with key stakeholders and experts.
How you can get involved
How can your input influence the decision?
Your input will help shape how government and non-government school students in regional areas get to school and what bus services are provided to regional communities.
This will help us decide on the best way to ensure consistent school transport for all regional students.
How will your input be used?
Responses will be included in a report provided to the government by the end of March 2019. Community feedback will help the Government make decisions about the best way to provide fair access to school bus services for regional students.
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