Riding school bus

A school bus is a group of schoolchildren supervised by one or more adults, pedaling along a determined route, picking up children at “bus stops” along the way until they arrive all at school. Riding school buses are similar to walking bus programs. Like a traditional bus, school buses (also known as RSBs) have a fixed route with designated “bus stops” and “pickup hours” in which they pick up children. Ideally, the school bus will include at least one adult “driver”, who leads the group, and an adult “driver” who oversees the end of the group. Mounted school bus programs have been developed in a number of local councils in Victoria, Australia, including City of Moreland and Shire of East Gippsland Horse school bus programs offer a number of benefits:

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