OPS holds meeting to discuss busing issues

Posted at 6:37 PM, Sep 07, 2016

We're weeks into the school year now  and Omaha Public Schools are still trying to figure out how to fix its busing problems.

Some parents say their kids are not being picked up by the right bus, others are still being over looked.

 Wednesday night,  board members will hear from Student Transportation of America again on if they're close to having drivers for all routes...15 days into the school year.

The board is set to meet here in a half an hour.

One parent who attended the last meeting says...the problems are improving but aren't settled.

Watch the video above for more.