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Welsh free school transport reviewed

22 August 2020
 

The Welsh Government could change the rules governing children’s eligibility for free home to school transport. Primary school pupils are entitled to free transport if they live more than two miles of their school. For secondary school pupils the threshold is three miles. “It’s clear that it isn’t always practical or safe for children to walk or cycle the current distances to school, so we are trying to find a commonsense solution that helps our young people travel safely,” said deputy transport minister Lee Waters. The review should be completed by the end of March.

 
 
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