Sprawl causes longer bus rides in Maryland

Nov. 2, 2007
Group say poorly planned development has caused bus costs to climb.

The buses hauling Maryland's suburban and rural students to public school are going 25 percent farther than they did 15 years ago and at more than twice the cost, according to an anti-sprawl group, which contends that poorly planned development is partly to blame.

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