Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 33
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PAQES4 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1964 _ ^ School Bus Vandalism Widespread 12 Indianapolis Routes Halted Jlw !Mjt«| Prwu International For hundreds of thousands of American youngsters, the yellow school bus is an unfortunate fact of life. Vandalism, seat slashing and window breaking on s c h o o l buses is a commonplace--and often daily--occurrence in many parts of the country. SOME BUS companies are resigned to the damage, but others have taken more drastic steps. The Indianapolis Transit System canceled 12 bus routes yesterday for A r l i n g t o n High School students, citing "vandalism, rowdyism and uncleanli- oess" among its riders. "When feose buses come into the g a r a g e , they look like they've been hauling cattle,' said Edgar A. Claffey, president of the transit system. Philadelnhia has cut. Ms tran sit vandalism to nearly zero through fee use of patrols with police dogs on subway_and trd ley lines. SCHOOL BUS rowdyism is s constant problem in Cleveland officials said. At one time, the transit system had difficulty getting bus drivers for one run near an east side high school. In Oakland, Calif., where the AC Transit Go. handles 50,000 youngsters daily, discipline is handled in close cooperation with schools, neighborhood organizations and parents. The "choice is service or nof and parents generally do their own disciplining. The company said me cost for juvenile bus vandalism was "reasonable." Vandalism in Chicago runs $250,000 annually on buses hauling school children, the Chicago Transit Authority estimated The largest part of me bill is $120,000 annually for slashed seats. Under a new program, when buses are chartered for- school events, the CTA asks that teachers inspect the bus before and after its use and report any damage, which the school is then billed for. A CHARTER BUS firm in the Chicago suburb of Mundelein is installing fibreglass seats, largely to circumvent seat ·lashers. Kansas City occasionally Bends an adult on bus routes tofaere trouble has occurred. Lester Warren, director of community services for the Kansas City school district, said meetings are held from time to time to chastize youngsters involved in bus vandalism. The district handles 10,000 students on a fleet of 90 buses. Columbus, Ohio, will not use city-owaed buses to transport pupils. It uses instead school board-owned buses. In St. Louis, Ladue Local Lines no longer bothers to notify police or the schools to whom it rents buses. It merely writes off the expense of repair under normal depreciation. 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