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School districts have entrusted CTS with the responsibility of managing student transportation for children with special needs since 1997. CTS employees and transportation providers are committed to meeting the unique and specific transportation needs of children and youth who are living with disabilities or are in homeless situations by helping them experience the educational stability needed to attain their life goals.

Transportation management services to schedule out-of-district trips arranged by CTS are tailored to meet the individual needs of each student. Ongoing communication between CTS, staff at the Board of Education, transportation providers, parents and students assures that our services stand out.



McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act

Providing transportation for students experiencing homelessness eliminates the most often cited barrier to their school enrollment and regular attendance (ED, 2004, H). By establishing transportation plans and collaborative agreements prior to the need for transportation, Local Education Agencies (LEA) ensure that transportation for homeless students is provided in a prompt and effective manner. Read more at https://nche.ed.gov/

CTS understands students displaced from their homes and unaccompanied homeless youth move frequently and transportation plans must be adjusted accordingly, collaboration is key to creating an efficient system of providing transportation for homeless students. CTS Specialized Transportation Services Department works with Local Educational Agencies (LEA), Local Homeless Education Liaisons (LEA), and Parents to counteract the educational disruption caused by mobility.


Helping Increase Family Stability

CTS recognizes the challenges children in foster care face in accessing opportunities for education. We have been working with various local and state educational agencies to enhance the educational experience by providing widespread transportation modes to help keep children connected to their school.

Transportation support is a key element to facilitate school stability for children in out-of-home care, particularly when the out-of-home placement is in a different school district or attendance area than the original educational placement. State education agencies and State or Tribal child welfare agencies also play a key role in providing adequate transportation for children in foster care as part of their overall responsibilities under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 and the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act to provide educational stability for these children. All children, regardless of living situation, should have equal opportunities in education regardless of transportation access. CTS will continue its work to help facilitate mobility management for students, further pioneering transportation for education.

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We are happy to assist you in your transportation needs, no matter how big or small the project. Please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to demonstrating our capacity to serve you.

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