(Rimini) At the beginning of the school year they were promised that a course would be carried out for the return even at 1.10 pm, but after a few days the ride was canceled. The question is brought to the attention of the press by a group of parents of San Marino students who attend the Volta-Fellini and Savioli schools in Riccione. They do this by sending a letter to the newspapers.
The company that deals with school transport in question “at the beginning of the school year, all the parents of the pupils concerned, had to fill in a form where they must specify: name and of the student, name of the school, section and class and they gave us the “Annual school transport plan” which informed us, giving for certain the: various stops, departure times and return times, and for the return from Riccione there were three returns and more specifying: at 1.10 pm, 2.10 pm or 4.10 pm. We specify that the return race at 1.10 pm has always been scheduled “.
However, “only two days after the start of the lessons did we receive an email from the company where we received notice that the competent Secretariat had received an order to temporarily suspend the return journey to the Republic of 1.10 pm at a later date, adding an extra bus at the 14.10 “race. The company “asserted, to the parents who contacted it, that the situation that arose did not depend on them but on the competent secretariats and on Urat (the Vehicle and Transport Registry Office of San Marino, ed) who had ingested the transport”.
Parents begin to urge the resumption of the race, which is useful for those who left school at 12 and 13. “After almost two months, the return trip to the Republic of 13.10 was resumed only minimally, ie only for two days , thus remaining uncovered the rest of the week for which it was suggested (again by the competent bodies of days) to have our children use the LPT lines operated by Start Romagna for their return, which connect the school centers of Riccione with the Rimini railway station and subsequently with Customs, near the state border “. For those who “wished to make use of the aforementioned, reimbursement would be guaranteed in compliance with the rules on the right to education”.
Among the conditions given for the downsizing of the service, “they specified that this year, among other things, they did not charge us for this service not even the school pass but only the annual state contribution (not by our choice) and consequently, we parents pointed out to them that if it was a question of an economic problem of too high a cost, we made ourselves available to pay a greater contribution to have a smaller van on the days left uncovered by them “.
Support for parents came from the San Marino Consumers Union, “which has followed us and is following us, giving us great support and which has contacted the various competent Secretariats on our behalf. To date he has received only a technical response to the first letter from the director of the Motorization Office and none, none to the second part of the Secretariats in charge “.