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City Council expected to approve GPS tracking for school buses

NEW YORK — Parents are getting results after nearly two decades of complaining about bad school buses.

City officials are expected to address the school bus problems and introduce a legislation that will allow parents keep track of kids going to and from school through GPS tracking.

The tracking system will address no-show buses or missing students, to significant school bus delays and concerns about school bus drivers.

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