ADCS vice president: School transport costs 'cannot be justified'

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Statutory requirements on council provision of home-to-school transport should be reviewed, with current spending of £1bn a year "unjustifiable" in light of ongoing cuts to early help services, the vice president of the Association of Directors of Children's Services has said.

Stuart Gallimore has said home-to-school transport is "an area ripe for review". Picture: ADCS
Stuart Gallimore has said home-to-school transport is "an area ripe for review". Picture: ADCS

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