Can my child get special transportation?

Produced by Massachusetts Law Reform Institute & Justice Center of Southeastern Massachusetts
Created February, 2022

Your child can get special transportation if:

  • they need it because of their disability, and
  • they need the special transportation to get to their special education.

For example

Your child’s IEP might say “special door-to-door transportation” with a “bus monitor,” or special equipment like a special seat or seatbelt.

If your child does not need special transportation, they will get the same transportation as the other students in their school district.

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