The Kansas Highway Patrol will be inspecting school buses starting at 6 a.m. Tuesday at the Garden City Public Schools Transportation Department, 139 Clover Leaf.
Every school bus must pass inspection before the district can use the vehicles to transport students.
KHP officers will be checking 50 buses that the district uses to transport students and will inspect equipment and mechanical systems on each school bus, including the brake system, steering system, fuel system, mirrors, lights, stop arm and emergency doors and exits. Officers will also inspect all the other vehicles that will transport students that are in the district’s fleet.
Last year, Garden City Public Schools provided transportation for approximately 3,000 students. Students transported include those who live more than 2.5 miles away from school and ones who require special education services.
For more information, call Charles Stillian, Garden City Public Schools transportation director, at (620) 805-8750.