Fuel prices force school transportation officials to get creative

Schools across the country are consolidating bus stops, banning bus idling and increasing student walking distances in a bid to limit fuel consumption as diesel prices skyrocket. "This is completely unprecedented," said Michael J. Martin, executive director of the National Association for Pupil Transportation. "I don't think it was on anyone's radar screen."

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