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COLUMBIA, PA — Beginning this fall, the Columbia Borough School District (CBSD) will entrust transportation for approximately 100 students with special needs to Durham School Services, marking the start of a two-year partnership aimed at improving school transportation within the community.

Durham School Services, known for its commitment to safety and reliability, will manage 14 routes tailored to the unique needs of these students. The company is gearing up for the highest levels of safety by equipping all buses with advanced technologies, including DriveCam Intelligent Fleet Camera Systems and Zonar Fleet Management and GPS System.

CBSD Business Manager Keith D. Ramsey was excited about the collaboration and emphasized the importance of safe and reliable transportation for students. “We are excited to have Durham School Services join the CBSD team,” said Ramsey, emphasizing the district’s commitment to the well-being of its students.

Durham School Services, which already serves five communities in Pennsylvania, sees this partnership as an opportunity to strengthen its presence in the state. Bob Scarpa, regional director, emphasized the importance of this new relationship, stating, “We are proud of our excellent service and rich history. Our team is very excited about this new journey with the CBSD.”

The goal of this partnership is to provide high-quality transportation solutions that prioritize student safety and preparedness, thereby building community trust in both the Columbia Borough School District and Durham School Services.

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