Getting the logistics right for school bus travel networks is an important part of effective logistical district planning. Without well planned bus routes, money is often lost on running costs unnecessarily, along with dissatisfaction from those using the buses frequently.
Making route improvements can be done by analyzing and evaluating driver feedback. Using driver feedback and frequent review of routes as changes are needed, increases knowledge of the route so that logistics can be improved, making sure routing costs stay in control.
With every route change comes an opportunity to make enhancements for safer and more efficient routing. Making route improvements by analyzing and evaluating driver feedback has a large impact on a district’s transportation budget allowing that district to invest back into the transport system, improving it further.
It is a consistent development, progressing as the roads and transport systems change and improve also.