More than 20 Sudbury area school bus routes cancelled Tuesday
Sudbury Student Services Consortium has cancelled an additional four school bus routes for Jan. 18, as COVID-19 affects grow.
The other 14 routes are cancelled for the day, Tuesday, due to COVID-19:
- N429* new
- N503* new
- N504* new
Seven of the routes are cancelled for the week due to driver shortage and include:
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