Families adjust routines amid bus strike

Thousands of families are being forced to change their schedules and find ways to work around the school bus strike for another day. At the

Thousands of families are being forced to change their schedules and find ways to work around the school bus strike for another day.

Thousands of families are being forced to change their schedules and find ways to work around the school bus strike for another day. (1/17/13)

THE BRONX - Thousands of families are being forced to change their schedules and find ways to work around the school bus strike for another day.

At the New Settlement Campus in Mount Eden, many say they're still searching for the best options and having trouble getting their kids to school.

Veronica Sterling not only has an autistic son, but is also a full-time student herself. She says that they're being forced to commute by train and that her son isn't reacting well to the change.  

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