busing Seattle school bus drivers warn of another strike soon By Paige Browning • Jan 9, 2018 Flickr / tncountryfan The yellow school buses in Seattle could come to a halt again. The roughly 400 public school drivers who work for First Student in Seattle have rejected the latest contract offer from the company. Listen Listening... / 1:33 At 70, Metro's bus driver of the year says 'I love everyone' By Jamala Henderson • Aug 27, 2017 Courtesy of King County Metro When Seattle passengers love their bus driver, they can call a feedback line to sing their praises. Seattle schools get more buses to support new start times By Angela Nhi Nguyen • Jun 14, 2017 Flickr Photo/tncountryfan Kids in Seattle Public Schools can expect different start times when they return in the fall. But that kind of change takes money. How much? $2.3 million. Listen Listening... / 0:58 Popular King County Bus Routes On The Chopping Block If Prop. 1 Fails By Joshua McNichols • Apr 7, 2014 Flickr Photo/Atomic Taco (CC BY-SA) Listen Listening... / 1:54 King County Metro says if voters don’t approve Proposition 1, the agency will have to cut 70 bus routes. The three most popular lines on the chopping block are routes 4, 21 and 72. Seattle School Board Approves New Busing Plan By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • Feb 6, 2014 Flickr Photo/ Larry Darling Listen Listening... / 5:24 Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle School Board President Sharon Peaslee about the district's new busing plan that sets new departure and arrival times. What Happened With Mandatory Busing In Seattle And Around The Country? By David Hyde • Dec 18, 2013 Courtesy of Seattle Public Schools Archive Listen Listening... / 12:49 David Hyde speaks with Kenneth C. Davis, the author of "Don’t Know Much About History," about the history of mandatory busing in America.