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EASTT: School bus survey

18 September 2017

International road safety charity, the Eastern Alliance for Safe and Sustainable Transport (EASST) has developed an online survey to find out about parents attitudes towards safety on school buses across the UK.

It aims to provide an insight into safety on school buses across the UK and to inform the EASST training program for fleet managers on the most effective way to ensure every child has a safe journey to school.

EASST's survey aims to explore safety on school buses by asking parents to provide their views on school bus safety in this short survey. The survey will take just a couple of minutes to complete and will remain open until 31st October 2017.

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