Omaha World-Herald: Officials apologize to OPS for busing problems, promise to improve

Board members pressed Student Transportation of America and OPS employees to improve communication with families, especially those whose routes still don’t have a driver.

“Those parents still don’t know if those buses are coming tomorrow morning,” board member Tony Vargas said.


Board members said both OPS and Student Transportation of America made missteps, and they urged both sides to work together to get routes established earlier in the summer and make sure there were enough drivers to cover them.

“We have to learn from our mistakes,” Vargas said.

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