Most North Dakota students take a bus or car to school

Nearly 82% of North Dakota parents say their children travel to school by bus or car, according to the results of a statewide study by the North Dakota State Data Center. To encourage walking, the study suggested schools organize bicycle caravans or "walking school buses," where groups of students are escorted to school by parents or volunteers.

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