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The state wants bus drivers around the state to fill out an online safety survey. KMSU's Missy Shelton reports.
Missouri's Bus Safety Task Force is urging school bus drivers to fill out a survey to help provide the group with a broad range of input.
Governor Matt Blunt formed the task force after a fatal crash in May in the town of Liberty, outside Kansas City.
Questions on the survey deal with safety equipment on buses and driver training.
The survey also asks whether bus drivers believe children should wear some kind of seat belt while riding on buses.
The online survey is available until the end of the month. You'll find it at www.dps.mo.gov
The nine-member School Bus Safety Task Force will use the information from the survey as it forms recommendations for the governor before school begins this fall.