Boston school officials say all bus routes have been covered a day after hundreds of charter school and special education students were stranded because there weren’t enough drivers.
Boston school buses are running as normal even though schools opened an hour early over concerns about another work action by drivers.
Boston school bus drivers returned to work on Thursday as a dispute with their company rolled on.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino says drivers will be docked a day’s pay, and the city shares parents uncertainty about bus transportation Thursday.
Boston Mayor Tom Menino is asking parents to find alternative transportation for their students on Wednesday.
Boston public school bus drivers surprisingly walked off the job Tuesday morning in a labor dispute, catching many families off guard.