Boston Public School bus drivers went on strike this morning, stopping service for thousands of students.
Only 30 of the school system’s 650 buses are on the road, according to Boston.com. The buses typically carry about 30,000 students to school.
Interim School Superintendent John McDonough described the strike as "unacceptable" and said the the Union is unhappy with efforts to increase safety and improve on-time service.
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