MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

Effectiveness and Efficiency (E&E) Reviews

SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION GLOSSARY

English - French

 

LEXIQUE ANGLAIS-FRANÇAIS DU

TRANSPORT SCOLAIRE

MINISTÈRE DE L'ÉDUCATION

Examens de l'efficacité et de l'efficience

 

Ontario

 

 

Produced by:

School Business Support Branch,
Ministry of Education
in cooperation with
Terminology Unit, Government Translation Service,
Ministry of Government Services

 

Compilé par :

la Direction du soutien aux activités scolaires du
ministère de l'Éducation
en collaboration avec
l’Unité de terminologie, Service de traduction du gouvernement,
ministère des Services gouvernementaux

 

2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Introduction

 

 

The glossary contains a list of over 285 English terms, compiled alphabetically, along with their French equivalents. The list includes terms associated with the Ministry of Education's Efficiency and Effectiveness (E&E) Reviews of school transportation services provided by Ontario's School Board Consortia.  To prepare this glossary, we selected the 2008 E&E Reviews and their translations into French and created an aligned corpus.  Using a term extraction tool we extracted, from the English corpus, a list of candidate terms along with their frequency in the various E&E Review documents.  The most relevant terms were compiled and researched for the glossary. 

 

We would like to thank Henda Alani, the School of Translation student at Glendon College, York University who prepared the glossary under the supervision of the terminologists in the Terminology Unit. We would also like to extend a special thanks to Sarah Guarino of the School Business Support Branch, for her assistance in drafting this glossary.

 

Please note that although the glossary includes contexts and notes as guides for the understanding of the terms, users should verify the appropriateness of the French equivalents in relation to their text.

 

The glossary does not include Ontario government official names (names of ministries and their organizational units, names of agencies, boards, commissions as well as program names and position titles). To find the French equivalents of official government names, please search the main database of the ONTERM website at http://www.onterm.gov.on.ca/searchtempl.asp.

 

Users are invited to address general comments or inquiries to Nelida Chan, Terminologist, GTS Terminology Unit by phone at 416 327-2747 or by email at onterm@ontario.ca.


Introduction

 

 

Ce lexique comporte une liste de plus de 285 entrées anglaises, compilées alphabétiquement et accompagnées de leurs équivalents français. Cette liste renferme des termes provenant des rapports d'Examens de l'efficacité et de l'efficience des services de transport scolaire offerts par les consortiums des conseils scolaires de l'Ontario. Dans le cadre de l’élaboration du lexique, nous avons créé un bitexte à  partir des versions anglaises et françaises des rapports d’Examen de 2008.  Au moyen d’un extracteur de termes, nous avons dressé, à partir du corpus anglais, une liste de termes candidats et leur fréquence d’utilisation dans ces rapports. Les termes les plus pertinents retenus ont fait l’objet de recherches poussées avant d’être ajoutées au lexique.

 

Nous tenons à remercier Henda Alani, étudiante de l’École de traduction du Collège universitaire Glendon de l’Université York, qui a préparé ce lexique sous la supervision des terminologues du STG. Nous aimerions également souligner l’aide précieuse apportée par Sarah Guarino, de la Direction du soutien aux activités scolaires, en vue de l’élaboration de ce lexique.

 

Bien que le lexique comprenne des contextes et des notes pour aider à la compréhension de la notion, veuillez vérifier la pertinence des équivalents français proposés en fonction du contexte précis de votre texte.

 

Le lexique ne renferme pas d’appellations officielles du gouvernement de l’Ontario (noms des ministères et de leurs unités organisationnelles, noms d’organismes, de conseils et de commissions, noms de programmes et titres de poste). Pour trouver les équivalents français des appellations officielles du gouvernement, veuillez interroger la base principale du site ONTERM à l’adresse suivante : http://www.onterm.gov.on.ca/searchtempl_f.asp.

 

Nous invitons les utilisateurs à transmettre tout commentaire ou suggestion concernant ce lexique à Nelida Chan, terminologue, Service de traduction du gouvernement par téléphone au 416 327-2747 ou par courriel à l’adresse : onterm@ontario.ca.

 


 

EXPLANATORY NOTES

 

 

  1. All the English terms appear in alphabetical order followed by the French equivalent or equivalents.  Synonyms are included in alphabetical order with a cross-reference to the main entry.

 

  1. French equivalents appear in blue and are listed in order of preference.

 

  1. The gender is provided for each French term.  To indicate the gender of the first word of a term, the following abbreviated forms are used:

§         m – masculine (e.g., autobus scolaire m)

§         f – feminine  (e.g., tournée f)

§         m/f – common gender (e.g., gestionnaire du transport m/f)

 

French feminine forms for occupational titles (e.g., agent de planification; agente de planification) appear after the masculine form. When feminine and masculine forms are the same, only one form appears (e.g., gestionnaire du transport).

 

  1. Each term in the glossary is followed by:

§         a Source, i.e. the E&E Review document in which the term was used or the GTS Terminology Unit or

§         an External Source i.e. source consulted during research

 

  1. Most of the English entries include a context taken from the E&E Review documents. The source given for the term is also the source for the context, except when a specific source follows the context.  Some French entries include a context.

 

  1. Whenever it was deemed appropriate, notes were added to provide guidance on the meaning or usage of the term. In some cases, the source of the note was also provided.

 

  1. Cross-references appear in green and are introduced by "See".  Terms highlighted in green in the contexts constitute an entry in the glossary.

 

  1. The following is the list of source references cited in the glossary entries (i.e., the E&E Review documents) and the corresponding Consortium which was the subject of the Review:

 

§         001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E >  Service de transport Francobus

 

§         002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY) > North East Tri-Board Student Transportation

 

§         003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY) > Ottawa School Transportation Consortium

 

§         004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION > Transportation Consortium #12 (Peel District School Board and Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board)

 

§         005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL >Rainy River Transportation Services

 

§         006E STSCO Report eng > Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario

 

§         007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT) > Sudbury Student Services Consortium

 

§         008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY) > Tri-Board Student Transportation Services

 

§         009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT > Student Transportation Services of York Region

 

§         010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE > Chatham-Kent Lambton Administrative School Services Consortium

 

§         011E DSTS FINAL 030209 > Durham Student Transportation Services

 

§         012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009 > East of Thunder Bay Transportation Consortium

 

§         013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE > Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region

 

§         014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT > Wellington-Dufferin Student Transportation Services

 

§         015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE > Student Transportation Services Consortium of Grey-Bruce

 

§         2009 EE Trillium_Final Report > Trillium Lakelands District School Board Transportation Department

 

§         2009 EE HPSTS_DRAFT FOR RELEASE > Huron Perth Student Transportation Services

 

§         2009 EE Tri-Board Follow Up Final Report > Tri-Board Student Transportation Services

 

 


NOTES EXPLICATIVES

 

 

  1. Les termes anglais sont fournis par ordre alphabétique et sont accompagnés de leurs équivalents français. Les synonymes anglais figurent en ordre alphabétique et comportent un renvoi à l'entrée principale.

 

  1. Les équivalents français sont en bleu et sont fournis par ordre de préférence.

 

  1. Le genre est indiqué pour chaque terme français. Le genre du premier mot du terme est indiqué en italique tout de suite après le terme français au moyen des formes abrégées suivantes :

§         m – masculin (p. ex., autobus scolaire m)

§         f – féminin (p. ex., tournée f)

§         m/f – masculin ou féminin (p. ex., gestionnaire du transport m/f)

 

La forme féminine française d’un titre de fonctions (p. ex., agent de planification; agente de planification) suit normalement la forme masculine. Une seule forme est indiquée si les formes féminine et masculine sont identiques, c’est-à-dire épicènes (p. ex., gestionnaire du transport).

 

  1. Chaque terme dans le lexique est suivi d'une

§         Source, c'est-à-dire le rapport d'Examens de l'efficacité et de l'efficience duquel le terme est extrait ou la mention GTS Terminology Unit (Unité de terminologie de service de traduction du gouvernement) ou

§         Source externe, c'est-à-dire, une source consultée lors de la recherche

 

  1. La plupart des entrées anglaises comportent un contexte tiré des rapports d'Examens de l'efficacité et de l'efficience. La source du terme est aussi la source du contexte, sauf les cas où une source différente suit le contexte. Des contextes sont également inclus pour quelques entrées françaises.

 

  1. Au besoin, nous avons ajouté des notes explicatives donnant des renseignements supplémentaires sur l’usage ou le sens du terme. La source de la note est parfois indiquée.

 

  1. Les renvois sont indiqués en vert et au moyen des mentions « See ».  Les termes en vert dans les contextes correspondent à des entrées dans le lexique.

 

  1. La liste suivante donne les sources citées dans les entrées du lexique (les rapports d'Examens de l'efficacité et de l'efficience) et le consortium faisant l'objet de l'examen :

 

§         001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E >  Service de transport Francobus

 

§         002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY) > North East Tri-Board Student Transportation

 

§         003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY) > Ottawa School Transportation Consortium

 

§         004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION > Transportation Consortium #12 (Peel District School Board and Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board)

 

§         005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL >Rainy River Transportation Services

 

§         006E STSCO Report eng > Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario

 

§         007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT) > Sudbury Student Services Consortium

 

§         008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY) > Tri-Board Student Transportation Services

 

§         009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT > Student Transportation Services of York Region

 

§         010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE > Chatham-Kent Lambton Administrative School Services Consortium

 

§         011E DSTS FINAL 030209 > Durham Student Transportation Services

 

§         012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009 > East of Thunder Bay Transportation Consortium

 

§         013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE > Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region

 

§         014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT > Wellington-Dufferin Student Transportation Services

 

§         015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE > Student Transportation Services Consortium of Grey-Bruce

 

§         2009 EE Trillium_Final Report > Trillium Lakelands District School Board Transportation Department

 

§         2009 EE HPSTS_DRAFT FOR RELEASE > Huron Perth Student Transportation Services

 

§         2009 EE Tri-Board Follow Up Final Report > Tri-Board Student Transportation Services



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20 passenger bus
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
Context
Rate Formula [is the] rate determined by the CAO [Chief Administrative Officer] in consultation with the SBO's [Superintendent of Business] and the Operators for the cost of bus transportation for a 72 and 20 passenger bus.

20-passenger school bus
External Source
The Avonhill Group Inc. Buses. July 6/2009 <www.avonhill.com/picture_vehicles_bus.html>  20 passenger school bus
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

autobus scolaire de 20 passagers  m
External Source
Commission scolaire Harricana. Les nouvelles du conseil des commissaires. July 6/2009 <www.csharricana.qc.ca/quoi_info.php?Id=NDY2>
autobus de 20 passagers  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION

 

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5

 

5 passenger vehicle
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
[I]t is recommended that the annual route development process focus on reducing the number of 5 passenger vehicles in use and improve the integration of students on lift buses. Single student transport methods (as the 5 passenger vehicles generally are) are very expensive, very inefficient modes of transport.[...] Lift vehicles and minivans (5 passenger) present the greatest opportunity to realize efficiencies in special education routing.

véhicule de 5 places  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION

 

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7

 

72 passenger bus
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

72 passenger school bus
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT  

72-passenger school bus
Source
GTS Terminology Unit  

72-passenger bus
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

Context
The first, known as simple capacity use, considers the legal capacity of each bus (e.g., a 72-passenger bus has 72 possible seats available) and analyzes the number of students that are scheduled to be on that bus.
Source 013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

autobus scolaire de 72 passagers  m
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
External Source
Robert Paquette Autobus Et Fils Inc. Services. July 6/2009 <www.autobus-paquette.qc.ca/services.html>
autobus de 72 places  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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A

 

Academic Committee
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
The Management Committee will set policy and direction for the Transportation Department and the Academic Committee will review transportation policies and assist in the resolution of issues that have a direct impact on busing and schools (i.e. bell times, arrival/departure times).


comité scolaire  m
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL

 

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accessibility requirement
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
The Consortium has an established policy that allows for the transportation of students with accessibility requirements.


exigence en matière d'accessibilité  f
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
External Source
Canada. Bureau de la traduction. Lexique des personnes handicapées = Glossary of terms pertaining to disabled persons / Monique Huot. July 6/2009 http://www.btb.termiumplus.gc.ca.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca/tpv2
Source
?lang=eng&index=ent&i=1&src_id=BT%2D2472001&rlang=fr&titl=exigences%20en%20mati%E8re%20d%27accessibilit%E9&srchtxt=ACCESSIBILITY%20REQUIREMENTS&fchrcrdnm=1

 

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accessible vehicle
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
Effective school transportation includes transporting students with special needs (mobility restrictions or behavioral issues due to cognitive conditions, attachment requirements and such) as well as transportation to specialized programs, which often involves transporting students from diverse locations to centralized program schools. Both of these types of transportation can put pressure on the efficiency of the system since they involve longer distances, lower demand densities, longer passenger dwell times, and in the case of special needs transportation, accessible vehicles.


véhicule accessible  m
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

 

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active monitoring
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
The need for active monitoring of vehicle vintages helps identify operator actions to service the DSTS [Durham Student Transportation Services] with older vehicles and in turn enables DSTS to react with modifications to policies and/or more robust monitoring of vehicle quality such as monitoring of vehicle breakdowns, additional route audits, or monitoring of fleet maintenance schedules to demonstrate to operators the importance of quality and consistent service delivery.


surveillance active  f
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209

 

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activity code
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
The hard link that is required within MapNet between school, activity, and student requires that an activity code be developed and associated to both physical locations in order to track this transportation requirement.


code d'activité  m
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

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actual expense
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Actual expenses are tracked monthly against budget by the Budget and Administration Assistant. [...] Variance analysis is performed and internally reviewed on a monthly basis.


charge réelle  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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actual fuel price
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

Context
An adjustment is processed to credit or debit the cost depending on actual fuel prices.

 

prix réel du carburant  m
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

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address change
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
Context
Through the use of a standard reporting mechanism that categorizes and prioritizes the changes associated with student records, STSCO [Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario] could ensure that critical changes get addressed immediately (e.g., an address change that will result in a route change) while less important changes (e.g., missing Township data in the student record) are addressed when time permits.

 

changement d'adresse  m
Source
006E STSCO Report eng

 

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address data
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
Address data is manipulated manually in order to achieve a match to the map, and inconsistencies with the SIS [Student Information System] are irrelevant from a system and transportation operation perspective.


données sur les adresses  f
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL

 

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address matching
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
No students or school locations are hard coded on the map; procedures require valid address matching and geocoding for processing of student records.


concordance des adresses   f
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E

 

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address range  
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
Currently, the Consortium reports that the entire map, with the exception of the recently added portion, contains valid addressing. This includes student and school locations. The new portion of the map represents a highly rural area without 911 addressing. The Consortium is working on establishing address ranges for this area.
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)


distance entre les adresses  f
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E

 

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administration costÞtransportation administration cost

 

**

 

afternoon panel
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The average and median student ride time in the morning panel is approximately 30 minutes while the average and median time in the afternoon panel is approximately 35 minutes.
NOTE: Note that the term in English is in the singular while the French term is used in the plural.


déplacements en après-midi  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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afternoon route
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The routing scheme is dominated by two prevailing premises. The first premise is that the greatest value is placed on re-use of the bus rather than maximizing the number of students on the bus. The second premise is that students from different Boards should not ride on buses together, except in the case of special education. [...] Analysis of afternoon routes indicates that approximately 50 percent of regular routes have two runs in the afternoon, not including noon-hour runs (or approximately four per day), 20 percent have three afternoon runs, and 2 percent have four runs.
NOTE: See morning route
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context. Therefore, if the afternoon route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "itinéraire de l'après-midi"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "tournée de l'après-midi".
NOTE: An "afternoon route" should not be confused with an "afternoon run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


tournée de l'après-midi  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

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afternoon route
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Daily kilometers are calculated as the distance traveled from the first pick up location to the last drop off location and back to the first pick up location via the shortest route for the morning and afternoon routes.
NOTE: See morning route
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the afternoon route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "itinéraire de l'après-midi"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "tournée de l'après-midi".
NOTE:  An "afternoon route" should not be confused with an "afternoon run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of  "trips", in the general sense of the word.


itinéraire de l'après-midi  f
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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afternoon run
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Conceptually, bus runs and routes should be coded in a manner that makes the identification number itself significant. The most utility arises when the run and route number in combination serve to indicate the type of run it is (e.g., dedicated, combination, shuttle), the school being serviced, whether it is a morning or afternoon run, and the bus or operator servicing the run.
NOTE: See morning run
NOTE:  An "afternoon run" should not be confused with an "afternoon route"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of          "trips", in the general sense of the word.


parcours de l'après-midi  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION


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afternoon sequence
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Thus the trip name "925 PM TRIP" and the route identification "925-5" in the current structure indicates the first route in the afternoon sequence (1-4 are reserved for morning routes) and that it is performed by bus #925.


séquence de l'après-midi  f
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

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afternoon trip
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Currently, individual bus routes are coded with a prefix identifying the bus number, and a suffix that identifies the sequence of the route in the bus' daily morning or afternoon trip.
NOTE: See morning trip
NOTE: routes and runs are types of trips, in the general sense of the word.

 

trajet de l'après-midi  m
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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all-day alternate-day kindergarten program
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
In light of the wide-spread use of all-day alternate-day kindergarten and the potential cost savings in transportation, it is recommended that the Boards examine the adoption of all-day alternate-day kindergarten programs, especially in rural areas.


programme de maternelle d'une journée complète un jour sur deux  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
programme de maternelle d'une journée complète aux deux jours  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION

 

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allowable student ride time
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
Policies or guidelines should cover, at a minimum: general transportation eligibility criteria; allowable walking distances to a stop or school; stop placement criteria; allowable student ride times; courtesy transportation eligibility; identification of hazards and related transportation eligibility; the management of school bell times to improve service efficiency; the use of transfers and other specialty transportation to improve service efficiency; allowable fleet age and maintenance/equipment standards; student behaviour management; and weather related events and closings.

 

durée admissible pour les trajets des élèves  f
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
durée acceptable des trajets  f
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

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allowable walk distance
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Walking Distances and Stop Placement - Walking distance to a student's school of attendance or a stop is fully covered by regulation in the Student Transportation Policy Manual. Chart 1 summarizes allowable walk distances. These are fully harmonized between the Partner Boards and the Service Purchasing Boards.

allowable walking distance
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209

distance de marche autorisée  f
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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alternate bus stop
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Alternate Bus Stops - Alternate bus stops may be used for court-ordered joint custody agreements and for caregivers.

alternate stop
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The alternate stop must be in the normal attendance area of the school, on one of the existing bus routes, and at a pre-existing stop location.  

alternative stop
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Accommodations are granted for alternative stops (caregivers) provided that there is consistency throughout the week as approved by the school principal and the Consortium.

arrêt secondaire d'autobus  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
NOTE: Suivant réception de la documentation appropriée concernant la garde légale conjointe, il est possible d'attribuer deux arrêts d'autobus à un même élève.

arrêt secondaire  m
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Par ailleurs, les conseils partenaires accordent aux parents et aux élèves une certaine souplesse en autorisant les arrêts secondaires.

 

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anaphylactic shock recognition training
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Along with the contractually mandated emergency first aid, child and adult CPR, and anaphylactic shock recognition training, Operators are required to provide a minimum of two safety workshops per year with the agenda provided in advance to the Consortium for review.

formation visant la reconnaissance de l'état de choc anaphylactique  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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annual route planning process
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
Transportation Technicians and the Lead Technician are knowledgeable about the principles of efficient route design, including the use of combination and transfer runs where appropriate. The established annual route planning process is well designed and documented and should allow the Consortium to be able to identify opportunities to improve service and cost effectiveness.
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "processus annuel de planification des itinéraires"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "processus annuel de planification des tournées".

 

processus annuel de planification des tournées  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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annual route planning process
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
This reporting structure could then be integrated into the annual route planning process as STSWR [Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region] attempts to establish a continuous improvement process focused on increasing effectiveness and efficiency:
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "processus annuel de planification des itinéraires"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "processus annuel de planification des tournées".


processus annuel de planification des itinéraires  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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annual transportation plan
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE
Context
This optimization report is used as part of the annual transportation plan to assess fleet utilization and efficiency opportunities at the school level in the PM.


plan de transport annuel  m
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE

 

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annual transportation planning process
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Francobus makes extensive use of available data in both the course of the annual transportation planning process as well as a tool for operational efficiency assessments.

annual transportation planning
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E
Context
Key performance indicators - Francobus makes extensive use of available data in both the course of the annual transportation planning as well as to conduct operational efficiency assessments.


processus de planification annuelle du transport  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
planification annuelle du transport  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

appeal processÞtransportation appeal process

 

**

 

Area Coordinator
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
In practice, the Area Transportation Officers and the Area Coordinators plan the runs; however it is the Planning Officer and Transportation Manager who optimize the routing by combining the individual runs into route groupings.


coordonnateur régional  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
coordonnatrice régionale  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

Area Transportation Officer
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
In practice, the Area Transportation Officers and the Area Coordinators plan the runs; however it is the Planning Officer and Transportation Manager who optimize the routing by combining the individual runs into route groupings.


agent régional de transport  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
agente régionale de transport  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

attendance area
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
For example, one area identified during the review was an "island boundary" where students living in one attendance area were assigned to a different school.


secteur de fréquentation  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
External Source
O. Reg. 280/00 under Education Act 2000/Loi de 2000 sur l'éducation. 1 (4)
Context
Quiconque cesse de résider dans le secteur de fréquentation de l’école tel qu’il existe le 31 décembre 2000 perd le droit prévu à la disposition 1.

 

**

 

average bus run time
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The average bus run time is 43 minutes for morning runs and 49 minutes for afternoon runs.


durée moyenne des parcours en autobus  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

average capacity utilization
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
The base assumption behind this recommendation is that the consortium can increase average capacity utilization by lengthening individual bus routes, and increase the average number of bus routes completed by each vehicle over the course of the day by clustering school start times around two distinct time tiers.


utilisation de la capacité moyenne  f
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
NOTE: à éviter : « utilisation moyenne de la capacité »  et « capacité d'utilisation moyenne ».

 

**

average run time
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Further analysis of the afternoon runs indicates that while the average run time is well within established parameters, approximately 17 percent of all runs are greater than 60 minutes and approximately 67 percent are 40 minutes or over.

durée moyenne des parcours  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

average simple capacity utilization
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
The average simple capacity utilization across the entire fleet is 58% based on the rated capacity of the bus, and 65% when student load factors are considered. This is measured by taking an average of utilization on all routes, with each route calculated by dividing the rated capacity of the vehicle, as recorded in MapNet, and dividing this by the maximum student load on the route.


utilisation de la capacité moyenne simple  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

average student ride time
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
The average student ride time is 21.4 minutes across all routes in the system for the morning route series. This is measured by taking the average of the time from each rider's stop to the arrival time of that student's bus route.


durée moyenne du trajet par élève  f
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

**

 

average vehicle age
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
Context
To attain a rating of High in the area of policies and practices, STSCO [Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario] should continue with established plans to harmonize Partner Board policies and decrease the average vehicle age.


âge moyen des véhicules  m
Source
006E STSCO Report eng

 

**

 

Average Vehicle Statistics
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Average Vehicle Statistics & other route statistics.

 

statistiques moyennes sur les véhicules  f
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

 

 

 

B

 

base digital map
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The Consortium has also established all of its exception boundary areas on the base digital map.


carte numérique de base  f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

base transportation program
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
This is managed through the use of two "program codes". Program Code #1 defines the base transportation program, such as "RG" for regular or "SE" for special needs. This is supplemented by Program Code #2, which identifies the type of transportation vehicle required, such as "RG" for regular bus, or "WC" for Wheelchair.


programme de transport de base  m
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

**

 

basic operational analysis
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Finally, basic operational analysis (such as calculating cost per bus by route type) requires establishing route coding structures to facilitate the efficient extraction of this data.


analyse opérationnelle de base  f
Source
006E STSCO Report eng

 

**

 

bell time change
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
This change would also require a detailed consideration of bell time changes to support the integration of multiple schools on the same bus where appropriate.


modification des heures de classe  f
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Même si, d'après le personnel du consortium, les heures de classe sont établies dans un climat de collaboration afin de permettre une planification efficace, l'absence de procédure écrite sur la modification des heures de classe risque de causer des problèmes en cas de changement dans la direction du consortium ou du conseil.

 

**

 

bell time management
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
Finally, formal bell time management procedures should be developed recognizing the importance of bell time management and change procedures in an effective transportation system.

school bell time management
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

gestion des heures de classe  f
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

**

 

bell time offsets
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
Bell time offsets for certain schools would be needed, and certain policies (such as enabling house stops for all students in rural areas) that extend the length of individual runs would have to be reconsidered.
NOTE: The term is used in the plural in English but in the singular in French.

 

décalage des heures de classe  m
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL

 

**

 

BOAÞBus Operators Association

 

**

 

Board employed driverÞSchool Board employed driver

 

**

 

board-leased vehicle
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Approximately 99% of student transportation service in Ontario is provided through contracts between school boards or transportation Consortia and private transportation Operators. The remaining 1% of service is provided using board-leased vehicles used to complement services acquired through contracted private Operators.


véhicule loué par les conseils scolaires  m
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
véhicule loué par les conseils  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

board owned bus
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
There are 5 regular Limestone routes and 1 regular Algonquin route on which the board owned buses are respectfully operated. The remaining Limestone bus is used as a spare bus and is jointly expensed between the two boards.


autobus appartenant au conseil scolaire  m
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
autobus appartenant au conseil  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

board owned vehicleÞschool board owned vehicle

 

**

 

bus accident
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
The policy on bus accidents is that the Driver should stop and assess the situation, including the condition of the students.


accident d'autobus  m
Source
006E STSCO Report eng

 

**

 

bus age
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
However, no documentation is recorded by the Planners regarding the results of the check and these reviews do not require the planners to step onto a bus, ride the route, or check other items that require monitoring such as bus age, proper use of student lists, or evidence of bus license on hand.


âge des autobus  m
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

**

 

bus capacity
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Just 34 of 3,143 bus routes (1%) have planned loads that exceed the available bus capacity.


capacité d'autobus  f
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209

 

**

 

bus capacity utilization
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Relatively high levels of bus capacity utilization are achieved on runs by combining students from multiple schools onto a single bus, with average run capacity utilization of near 70% of rated bus capacity.
NOTE: See "average capacity utilization".

capacity utilization
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
We expect capacity utilization on the basis of rated capacity of the bus (no factor for student weighting) to be lower than for planned capacity. Typically, secondary school students will receive weights that lower the effective capacity of a bus by allowing fewer than the rated capacity of three students per seat.

utilisation de la capacité des autobus  f
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
utilisation de la capacité  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

bus contractÞtransportation contract

 

**

 

bus contractor
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Currently, all WRDSB [Waterloo Region District School Board] special needs transportation is planned by one bus contractor who also provides the majority of special needs service.


transporteur  m
External Source
Quebec. Commission scolaire Pierre-Neveu. Politique du transport scolaire. November 27/2009 <www.cspn.qc.ca/pdf/04-Politique_du_transport_scolaire.pdf>
Context
Transporteur: Individu ou entreprise détenant un contrat de transport d'écoliers avec la Commission scolaire.

 

**

 

bus driver's license
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Bus driver's licenses and numbers are submitted with the Vehicle and Bus Route Information form on an annual basis. The validity of the driver's license is thus verified.

 

permis de conduire des conducteurs d'autobus  m
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE

 

**

bus fleetÞschool bus fleet

 

**

 

bus industryÞschool bus industry

 

**

 

busing service
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E
Context
The regional areas serviced by Francobus exhibit a number of differing characteristics including highly congested urban areas, suburban corridors, and rural, limited density areas. Consequently, the factors that influence the time available to provide busing services are major considerations.


service de transport par autobus  m
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E

 

**

 

bus number
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

Context
Currently, individual bus routes are coded with a prefix identifying the bus number, and a suffix that identifies the sequence of the route in the bus' daily morning or afternoon trip.


numéro d'autobus  m
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209

 

**

 

bus operatorÞschool bus operator

 

**

 

bus operator compensation
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Bus Operator compensation. [...] Payments to Operators are made on or before the tenth day of the month in ten equal installments determined as 10% of the basic rate for each route.

 

rémunération des exploitants d'autobus  f
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

bus operator contract
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
The Bus Operator Contracts contain clauses related to terms of service, operator requirements, contract default, insurance, routing, vehicles, drivers, administration, consideration and accounting, accidents, and notifications.


contrat d'exploitant d'autobus  m
Source
006E STSCO Report eng

 

**

 

bus operator contract clause
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Bus Operator contract clauses. [...] The Agreement sets out the relationship between the Operators, Partner Boards and Consortium and outlines service levels; safety; and qualification standards required of Operators. [...] Of particular note is clause 10 of Schedule 1 that requires the Consortium to provide two years notice prior to initiating the tender of any bus routes.


clause contractuelle des exploitants d'autobus   f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
clause contractuelle des exploitants  f
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

**

 

bus operator contract negotiation process
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Bus Operator contract negotiation process. All Operator contracts are procured through annual negotiations [...]. No competitive procurement process is followed. The Transportation Manager negotiates on behalf of the Consortium and reports the results to the Management Committee.


processus de négociation des contrats des exploitants d'autobus  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

Bus Operators Association
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The cost is determined based on the Rate Formula negotiated by the Consortium with the local Bus Operators Association ("BOA") and allocated based on the number of students per bus.

BOA
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

association des exploitants d'autobus  f
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

bus operator services
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
Based on the RFP submission, the Consortium was able to identify the most qualified transportation service Operators that offered the best prices for the level of services provided. This is a notable achievement as it is a fundamental step in ensuring that bus Operator services are contracted at competitive market rates.


services d'exploitant d'autobus  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

BusPlanner database
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The student data is then manually entered into a wholly separate BusPlanner database to which STSWR [Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region] staff has access but that is not in any way integrated with the regular home-to-school database.


base de données BusPlanner  f
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

BusPlanner Software
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The Transportation System Administrator reports to the Transportation Manager and is the lead administrator and coordinator of the use of BusPlanner software.


logiciel BusPlanner  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

bus route
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
Using data extracted from the routing software, the Consortium has developed a secure website that can be accessed by parents and students to obtain bus stop and bus route information.
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the bus route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "itinéraire d'autobus"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "tournée d'autobus".
NOTE: A "bus route" should not be confused with an "bus run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.

tournée d'autobus  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

bus route
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Management of regular bus routes. Maintenance and modification of regular bus routes is the responsibility of the Route Planners. The area has been divided logically in an attempt to balance both planning and administrative demands in the case of the Transportation System Administrator. Within their assigned areas the Route Planners are responsible for all regular and special needs students. [...] Changes requiring the addition or deletion of stops, movement of stops among routes, re-sequencing of stops etc. are less frequent but still occur on a regular basis across the system.
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the bus route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "itinéraire d'autobus"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "tournée d'autobus".
NOTE: A "bus route" should not be confused with an "bus run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


itinéraire d'autobus  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

bus run
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
In the rural areas on the outskirts of the Consortium's boundaries ride times may be considerably longer than the established guideline. Data indicates that 270 bus runs (21 percent of all bus runs) are greater than 60 minutes in length. However, a substantial portion of these (84 runs) have transfers associated with them.
NOTE: Often abbreviated to "run" when the context is clear.
NOTE: A "bus run" should not be confused with an "bus route"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


parcours d'autobus  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
NOTE: La forme abbregée « parcours » est souvent utilisée lorsque le contexte est clair.

 

**

 

bus run lengthÞbus run time

**

 

bus run time
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
[Bus run time is] the amount of time the bus is operating from first to last stop.
NOTE: When the bus run time is used in the plural, as in "65 percent of the bus run times are 30 minutes or less", the French plural is "durée des parcours d'autobus".

bus run length
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE
NOTE: Bus run length is often measured in time. However, it is occassionally measured in distance.

durée du parcours d'autobus  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

bus stop
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
Stop Placement and Walk to Stop Distances - Bus stops are located where deemed appropriate by the Transportation Manager in consultation with the Partner Boards and the Operators.


arrêt d'autobus  m
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E
arrêt  m
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

**

 

bus stop location
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
A procedure is in place for the review of bus stop locations to determine the safe placement of a new stop or in response to a safety concern of a current stop.


point d'arrêt d'autobus  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
point d'arrêt  m
External Source
Quebec. Commission scolaire Pierre-Neveu. Politique du transport scolaire. November 27/2009 <www.cspn.qc.ca/pdf/04-Politique_du_transport_scolaire.pdf>

Context
[Point d'arrêt -] endroit où des élèves sont rassemblés pour monter ou descendre de l'autobus.

 

**

 

bus stop placement
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
Bus Stop Placement - Parks and schools are preferred, and corner stops are used as primary stop locations.


implantation des points d'arrêt  m
External Source
France. Conseil national des transports. Rapport du groupe de travail sur la sécurité aux points d’arrêt scolaires. May 2004. December 9/2009 <www.cnt.fr/UserFiles/File/rapports/RapportPACNT.pdf>
Context
D’une manière générale, afin de préserver la sécurité des usagers, l’implantation des points d’arrêt (lignes régulières et transports scolaires) doit se faire préférentiellement à l’intérieur des agglomérations, où la vitesse des véhicules est réduite et les cheminements piétons déjà organisés.

 

**

 

bus ticket
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

Context

The Consortium provides transit passes and bus tickets to students from UG and WC in urban areas where public transit is an economical means of transportation.

billet d'autobus  m
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

Context
Dans la ville de Guelph, des billets d'autobus sont offerts aux élèves des 7e et 8e années qui demeurent à une distance de 4 à 4,8 kilomètres de l'école durant les mois d'hiver seulement.

 

**

 

bus transfer
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Bus Transfers. Route planning strategies include the use of transfer sites to reduce student ride times and promote overall efficiency. The use of bus to bus transfers can be an effective strategy resulting in shorter ride times and or a reduction on the number of required buses.


transfert d'autobus  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

 

C

 

capacity utilizationÞbus capacity utilization

 

**

 

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation training
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
All Drivers participate in Emergency Site Management training, including First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training, as a requirement for employment.

CPR training
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Appendices to the contracts include requirements for driver qualifications and responsibilities, basic first aid training, CPR training, general safety, and other specific training.

formation en réanimation cardiorespiratoire  f
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE
formation en RCR  f
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

**

 

catchment area
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
The catchment area served by the Consortium is approximately 17,000 sq. km. in size bordered by Lake Superior to the south. The student population served is spread over a large area and is disbursed in a number of small communities.


territoire desservi  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

charter service
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
The rate structure of the bus contracts is based on a fixed fee per bus plus a premium for any routes that are greater than 100 kilometres per day for standard home to school service (regular and noon hour). Additional services such as charter services and overtime hours (greater than 3.5hrs.) are paid separately by the Board requesting service.


nolisement  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

child check unit
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE
Context
Child check units are not installed on all buses.
NOTE: [an] alarm system which acts as an electronic reminder to drivers. This reminder helps ensure that all children have safely disembarked the vehicle upon the completion of each run.
External Source
Child Check-Mate Systems Inc.  About Our Company. November 13/2009 </www.childcheckmate.com/company.html>

 

dispositif de surveillance Child Check-Mate  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

collection point
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Implementation of a transfer system allows students from more distant areas to be brought to their school through the use of a relay bus that takes students from a central collection point to their destination.


point de ramassage  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

combination route
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
[C]ombination routes are utilized whereby students attending multiple schools are carried on common bus routes, and are delivered to their schools in sequence. Routes are integrated among the partner boards, both from a combination route and route tiering perspective.
NOTE: A "combination route" should not be confused with an "combination run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


tournée combinée   f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

**

 

combination run
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
Implementing this recommendation would require that the Transportation Department select several limited areas throughout its operation and evaluate whether utilizing integrated runs, combination runs (where one bus transports students to multiple schools), transfer runs (where one student rides multiple buses to school), and greater use of tiered runs (where one bus travels to one school, collects a new group of students and travels to another school, etc), can increase the efficiency of the routing network.
NOTE: A "combination run" should not be confused with an "combination route"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of    "trips", in the general sense of the word.

 

parcours combiné  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION

 

**

 

Commercial Vehicle Operator's Registration
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
External Source
Legal: R.S.O. 1990. c. H.8. Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. Part II. 16(1).
Context
Currently, the oversight occurs mostly during the annual contract renewal process when Operators must supply an up to date copy of their Commercial Vehicle Operator's Registration (CVOR) and provide a certificate of insurance prior to the start of the school year showing they have valid and up to date insurance.

CVOR
Source
006E STSCO Report eng

Immatriculation d'utilisateur de véhicule utilitaire  f
External Source
Ontario. MTO. Immatriculation d'utilisateur de véhicule utilitaire (UVU). November 5/2009. November 13/2009 <www.mto.gov.on.ca/french/trucks/cvor/>
External Source
Legal: R.S.O. 1990. c. H.8. Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. Part II. 16(1).
Immatriculation UVU  f
External Source
Ontario. MTO. Immatriculation d'utilisateur de véhicule utilitaire (UVU). November 5/2009. November 13/2009 <www.mto.gov.on.ca/french/trucks/cvor/>

 

**

 

contracted mini-bus
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT


minibus exploité à contrat  m
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

 

**

 

contracted taxi
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Total contracted taxis [...] Taxi companies contracted by the Consortium are usually small operators using school bus vans.


taxi exploité à contrat  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

contracted vehicle
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Total number of contracted vehicles [...] Total contracted full and mid-sized buses [...] Total contracted mini buses [...] Total contracted school purpose vehicles [...] Total contracted PDPV [physically disabled passenger vehicle] [...] Total contracted taxis.


véhicule exploité à contrat  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

**

 

Contracting Practices Resource Package
External Source
2009 EE Trillium_Final Report
Context
As the Contracting Practices Resource Package has been released, the Consortium should start developing an implementation plan for competitive procurement. A plan should include a review of existing procurement policies, an analysis of the local supplier market, strategies to help determine the RFP scope and processes and a criteria and timeline to phase-in competitive procurement. The plan should also utilize the best practices and lessons learned that are available from the pilot Consortia.

Trousse d'information concernant les pratiques contractuelles  f
External Source
e-mail dated October 8/2009 from Sarah Guarino. Policy Advisor. School Business Support Branch. EDU. Toronto

 

**

 

cost sharing agreement
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
The Consortium agreement includes a well defined cost sharing agreement which supports the shared accountability and fiscal responsibility for transportation costs.

cost-sharing agreement
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

entente de partage des coûts  f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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courtesy rider
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE
Context
Analysis of ridership indicates that simple capacity use for regular education runs is 51 percent exclusive of courtesy riders and 55 percent when courtesy riders are included. This is calculated by taking an average of utilization on all runs, with each route calculated by dividing the rated capacity of the bus by the maximum student load.

 

 

élève bénéficiant du transport de courtoisie  m/f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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courtesy rider policy
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
The intention of a courtesy rider policy is to provide greater service levels to students where there appears to be existing capacity without adversely impacting the routing network.


politique de transport de courtoisie  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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courtesy rider program
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
While transportation is not directly provided, students may utilize the courtesy rider program where available.


programme de transport de courtoisie  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
programme de courtoisie  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION

 

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courtesy rider service
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
No Courtesy rider services are provided by the Consortium for students who do not qualify for the bus ride under the current policy.


service de transport de courtoisie  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
Context
Transport de courtoisie : Nous avons un transport de courtoisie à l'école Lalande depuis quelques années; c'est un service offert aux élèves résidant à distance de marche de l'école en fonction des places disponibles dans les autobus scolaires. Une trentaine d'élèves profitent de ce service chaque année. Les places sont limitées.
External Source
: École Lalande. Informations générales / mode de fonctionnement. July 9 2009 <www3.csmb.qc.ca/ecoles/Informationsg%C3%A9n%C3%A9rales/tabid/3395/Default.aspx>

 

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courtesy transportation
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
As established in policy, students can receive courtesy transportation provided it does not add additional costs to a run.


transport de courtoisie  m
External Source
Commission scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys. Politique de transport des élèves. July 8/2009  <www.csmb.qc.ca/files/pdf/politiques/politique-transport-eleves0607.pdf>
Context
Le transport de courtoisie consiste à permettre à des élèves du préscolaire et du primaire qui n’ont pas droit au transport scolaire quotidien (matin et soir), d’utiliser les places disponibles dans les autobus.
NOTE: Le terme « transport de courtoisie » est utilisé au Canada, surtout au Québec. Le terme

 « transport par courtoisie » est à éviter.

 

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coverage area
Source 002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The geographic distance from one end of the district to the other is over 600 kilometres, and the coverage area is about 25,000 square kilometres.


région desservie  f
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
zone desservie  f
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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CPR trainingÞCardiopulmonary Resuscitation training

 

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crossing guard
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Hazardous considerations include: the presence or absence of traffic lights and crossing guards, the availability of sidewalks, line of sight at crossing points, and other considerations such as barriers that may result in walking distances exceeding Board policies.

school crossing guard
Context
"school crossing guard" means a person sixteen years of age or older who is directing the movement of persons across a highway and who is, (a) employed by a municipality, or (b) employed by a corporation under contract with a municipality to provide the services of a school crossing guard.
External Source
: S.O.1990. c.H8. Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. 176 (1)

 

brigadier scolaire  m
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

External Source Marie-Éva de Villers. Multidictionnaire de la langue française. Montréal. Québec Amérique. 2009. p 230
Context
Brigadier scolaire - Personne qui aide les enfants à traverser la rue aux intersections importantes.  
brigadière scolaire  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
passeur scolaire  m
External Source
S.O.1990. c.H8. Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. 176 (1)
passeuse scolaire  f
External Source
Based on: S.O.1990. c.H8. Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. 176 (1)

 

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CVORÞCommercial Vehicle Operator's Registration

 

 

D

 

daily bus route
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
The Consortium accomplishes its mission using a broad range of approximately 1,150 vehicles of all types, from taxis to large school buses. Of these, approximately 777 are buses with a capacity of 20 or more per unit. These 777 units serve a total of 3,143 daily bus routes.
NOTE: See bus route


itinéraire quotidien de l'autobus  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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daily rider
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
Services are provided to approximately 1,600 daily riders on 36 buses.10 The Consortium contracts with six Operators with fleet sizes ranging from a single bus to the largest with 12 buses.


usager quotidien  m
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

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daily routes per bus
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Count of Daily Routes per Bus - Capacity utilization [...] measures how well each individual bus route is being loaded. Daily routes per bus measures how effectively each bus is being utilized over a period of time. [...] Tracking this measure over time will serve the dual purpose of enlightening management as to the effect of routing decisions, and illuminating the causes behind changes in per student costs.
NOTE: See daily runs per bus


tournées quotidiennes par autobus  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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daily runs per bus
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Count of Daily Runs per Bus - Capacity utilization [...] measures how well each individual bus route is being loaded. Daily runs per bus measures how effectively each asset is being utilized over a period of time. The combination of these two measures captures the two key elements in establishing an efficient system - filling the bus, and re-using the bus. As with all measures, it should be calculated on a regular basis and tracked over time to reveal trends in performance. [...] Capacity Utilization - Along with daily runs per bus this is a key measure that defines how effectively the Consortium is utilizing its transportation assets.
NOTE: See daily routes per bus


parcours quotidiens par autobus  m
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

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data collection mechanism
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Future consideration of these effectiveness measures would require the establishment of a data collection mechanism, most likely a sampling technique developed in conjunction with the route auditing process [...] that documents and evaluates on time service delivery and asset availability.


mécanisme de collecte de données  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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Data Management Planner
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Hazardous boundaries are established and maintained on the digital map as a responsibility of the Data Management Planner. Currently, there are approximately 1,800 students (5 percent of total transported) with a hazard transportation code. Hazardous considerations include railway crossings, topography, sidewalk systems, water crossings, four lane roads, and traffic conditions.


planificateur de la gestion des données  m
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
planificatrice de la gestion des données  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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deadhead kilometer
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
If a Driver does not return to the point of the first pick up, and instead remains in the population centre near the school between the morning and afternoon runs, then payment of the deadhead kilometres may not be necessary, as the deadhead kilometres may not be driven.


kilomètre parcouru à vide  m
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL

 

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deadhead time
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
This excludes deadhead time where a bus is running empty.


durée de parcours à vide  f
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL

 

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dedicated route
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
[The table] includes students requiring special transportation such as congregated and integrated special education students who require dedicated routes and/or vehicles; students that must ride alone; students that require an attendant on the vehicle.
NOTE: See dedicated run and route


tournée simple  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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dedicated run
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
In particular, there are examples of primary schools in the outlying regions around Fort Frances that are currently served exclusively or primarily by dedicated (non-combination) runs. These include Nestor Falls (2 dedicated runs), McCrosson/Tovell (4 dedicated runs), and Crossroads School (5 dedicated out of 8 total runs).
NOTE: See dedicated route and run

single school run
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E
Context
Revisions of the routing scheme - The prevalence of single school runs coupled with a marginal lengthening of student ride times is likely to provide the opportunity to reduce the number of buses required, resulting in cost savings.

parcours simple  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
parcours simple desservant une seule école  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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design capacity
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
These "combination routes" that place students from more than one school or program on the same bus allows Tri-Board planning staff to fill the bus closer to its design capacity.


capacité de conception  f
External Source
Canada. Gazette. Loi sur la sécurité automobile. Vol. 132, No.5. May 4/1998. November 13/2009 <http://www.gazette.gc.ca/archives/p2/1998/1998-03-04/html/sor-dors125-fra.html>

 

**

 

 

digital map
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
One digital map is available for the entire service area. [...] This aspect of the E&E Review was designed to evaluate the processes and procedures in place to update and maintain the student data and map data that forms the foundation of any student transportation routing system. [...] The map was established as part of the initial implementation and has been updated based on information received from area municipalities and regional agencies. [...] The map allows for near universal geocoding of students and school site locations with little to no manual entry required.


carte numérique  f
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209

 

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door-to-door service
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
Special needs routes in this Transportation Department do not differ greatly in character from the general education routes for rural students in that door-to-door service is provided for all. As such, the planning of these routes is much the same as with regular education students.


service porte à porte  m
External Source
Québec. Ministère des Transports. Association canadienne du transport urbain (ACTU). Colloque sur le transport des personnes à mobilité réduite - code de pratique en transport adapté. Le transport adapté au Québec et les normes à suivre. August 5/2009. <www.colloquetransportadapte.com/archives/2004/Code_de_pratiques_en_transport_adapte_Lanaudiere.pdf>
NOTE: Il s’agit d’un moyen de transport collectif. Le transport adapté est généralement effectué de porte à porte et il s’adresse à une clientèle limitée dans sa mobilité ou ayant des besoins particuliers de transport. Comme les déplacements s’avèrent essentiels dans le monde moderne, le transport adapté permet aux personnes handicapées de s’intégrer au niveau social, scolaire et professionnel. La mission des organismes de transport adapté est de fournir un service de transport adapté en fonction des besoins de la personne.

 

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double run
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
Routes with short ride times or low capacity may be combined with other runs or routes or double run when time permits.
Context
Of this total, 37 serve a single run, 66 serve double runs, 8 have triple runs, and 1 has 4 runs with an average student load assignment of one to three passengers.
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION


parcours double  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
parcours redoublé  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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driver information
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
A new check list is being introduced that will track vehicle, driver information, license and First Aid certificate expiry date.


information sur le conducteur  f
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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driver safety training certificate
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
It is recommended that the Consortium Transportation Clerks include [a] driver safety training certificate in their routine route audit check list.


certificat de formation des conducteurs en matière de sécurité  m
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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dry run
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E
Context
Once the data is received, the Operator is required to have its drivers perform a dry run of their routes in the week prior to the commencement of each school term.


répétition générale  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

 

E

 

E&E reviewÞEffectiveness and Efficiency review

 

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E&E review team
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The guide prepared by the E&E review team and the Ministry of Education which will be used as the basis for determining the overall effectiveness and efficiency of each Consortium.
NOTE: E&E stands for effectiveness and efficiency.
NOTE: See E&E review


équipe d'examen de l'efficacité et de l'efficience  f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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Effectiveness and Efficiency review
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
This report details the findings and recommendations of an Effectiveness and Efficiency review (E&E Review) conducted on Wellington-Dufferin Student Transportation Services (Wellington-Dufferin) by a review team selected by the Ministry of Education.

E&E review
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

Context
Over the next two years, the Ministry plans to perform three phases of reviews (collectively the "E&E Reviews") on transportation sites across the province.[...] To ensure that these reviews are conducted in an objective manner, the Ministry has formed a review team (the "E&E Review Team" as defined in Figure 1) to perform the E&E Reviews.

examen de l'efficacité et de l'efficience  m
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

 

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eligibility appeal process
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Eligibility appeal process. There is currently no standardized process that allows parents to appeal decisions that are made with regard to student transportation. Appeals are first managed by the Transportation Route Planners and if not resolved, by the Transportation Manager. In the event that the issue is not resolved by the Transportation Manager, it is referred back to the individual school Board.


processus d'appel pour les questions d'admissibilité  m
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

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eligibility code
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
The eligibility codes identify whether the student is eligible for transportation and the nature of that eligibility. [...] [T]he table shows that of the 23,004 students that are eligible for transportation (eligibility code "0"), 105 use public transportation (user eligibility code "5"). In this hierarchical system, the top-level code is utilized to identify a major category, and the secondary code various subsets of students.


code d'admissibilité  m
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

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emergency preparedness training
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Prior to the commencement of the school year, STSWR [Student Transportation Services of Waterloo Region] requires all Operators to provide details on the fleet and drivers such as vehicle age, driver's license and emergency preparedness training as outlined in each of the respective contracts.
NOTE: See first aid training

formation en secourisme   f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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EpiPen training
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The contract requires that all Operators provide first aid training and EpiPen training to drivers within six months of their hire date.


formation à l'utilisation d'EpiPen  f
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
formation EpiPen  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
NOTE: [[P]endant le trajet en autobus pour aller à l’école et en revenir, il peut être nécessaire d’administrer immédiatement le médicament épinéphrine, en utilisant l’auto-injecteur EPIPEN, aux élèves qui ont une réaction allergique constituant un danger de mort.
External Source
: Wellington-Dufferin Student Transportation Services. Procédures d’urgence – EPIPEN. October 1/2008. Novmeber 12/2009 <www.stwdsts.ca/documents/policies_procedures/021_Fr.pdf>

 

 

F

 

First Aid training
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Although operator contracts require drivers to have both EpiPen and First Aid training within the first six months of employment, no training specific to the transportation of special needs students is required or provided.

first aid training
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

Context
Appendices to the contracts include requirements for driver qualifications and responsibilities, basic first aid training, CPR training, general safety, and other specific training.
NOTE: See emergency preparedness training and EpiPen training

formation en premiers soins  f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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First Aid training certificate
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E
Context
Operators are responsible for ensuring all drivers have appropriate First Aid training certificates, in addition to CPR and EpiPen training and are required to provide evidence of such to the Consortium [...].

 

certificat de formation en premiers soins  m
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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fleet age
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The Consortium should request Operators to maintain certain spare bus ratios based on their fleet age, effectiveness of the maintenance program, climate, operating condition and fleet mix.


âge des véhicules du parc  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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fleet age policy
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The formula for basis of payment to school bus operators indicates that at least 50% of a given operator's fleet must be six years or newer while the remaining portion of the fleet can be in the 7 to 11 year range. In order to comply with this fleet age policy, the Consortium annually requests updated vehicle lists and copies of any new vehicle ownership.


politique relative à l'âge du parc  f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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full-sized bus
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Data for CSDECSO [Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest] is for the portion of the board serviced by STSCGB [Student Transportation Services Consortium of Grey-Bruce].[... It] includes full-sized buses, mid-sized buses, full-sized buses adapted for wheelchair use and mid-sized buses adapted for wheelchair use; all vehicle counts are rounded to the nearest whole number.


autobus de grande taille  m
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
External Source
Ontario. EDU. Sondage sur les données de transport 2005-2006. August 7/2009 <tpfr.edu.gov.on.ca/Memos/SB2005/SB_37F%20attachment%20Instruction%20Guide%202005-06.pdf>

 

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full-sized bus adapted for wheelchair use
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

Context
[The table] includes full-sized buses, mid-sized buses, full-sized buses adapted for wheelchair use and mid-sized buses adapted for wheelchair use; all vehicle counts are rounded to the nearest whole number.


autobus de grande taille adapté aux fauteuils roulants  m
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
External Source
Ontario. EDU. Sondage sur les données de transport 2005-2006. August 7/2009 <tpfr.edu.gov.on.ca/Memos/SB2005/SB_37F%20attachment%20Instruction%20Guide%202005-06.pdf>

 

 

G

 

general transportation eligibility criteria
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
Policies or guidelines should cover, at a minimum: general transportation eligibility criteria; allowable walking distances to a stop or school; stop placement criteria; allowable student ride times; courtesy transportation eligibility; identification of hazards and related transportation eligibility; the management of school bell times to improve service efficiency; the use of transfers and other specialty transportation to improve service efficiency; allowable fleet age and maintenance/ equipment standards; student behaviour management; and weather related events and closings.


critères généraux d'admissibilité au service de transport  m
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209

 

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geocoding
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The map allows for near universal geocoding of students and school site locations with little to no manual entry required.


géocodage  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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grant allocation for transportation
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Allocation based on Ministry data - includes all grant allocations for transportation (Section 9 0008C, Section 13 00006C, Section 13 000012C).


allocation de subventions pour le transport  f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

 

H

 

handi-van vehicle
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
Students with specialized mobility needs are provided service using contracted accessible handi-van vehicles.


véhicule Handi-van  m
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL

 

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hazard rider
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
Hazard riders are not reported within this Transportation survey data as the Consortium reduces the walk boundaries for these specific students who would otherwise be hazard riders to show them as eligible within their reported data.
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
NOTE: Route planning has historically included loosely defined hazards such as four lane highways, river, water crossing, and rail crossings.
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
NOTE: See also "winter rider" and "summer hazard rider"

 

élève bénéficiant du service en cas de danger  m/f
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

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home to school distance
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Home to school distance. Common Practice:  JK/SK - Gr.3: 0.8 km; Gr. 4-8: 1.2 km; Gr. 9-12: 3.2 km.
External Source : 2009 EE Trillium


distance du domicile à l'école  f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

 

I

 

inclement weather cancellation
Source 013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

Context
For inclement weather days, the Operator's contract states that for the first day of inclement weather cancellations Operators will be compensated both the fixed and variable portions of rates and for each day thereafter the Operators will only be paid the basic portion.

severe weather cancellation
Source 011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
Further terms in the contracts specify: (i) the remuneration to Operators when services are interrupted due to a labour dispute or severe weather cancellation and (ii) the requirement of the Operator to hold property and public liability insurance in the amount not less than those requested by Regulation under the Public Vehicles Act or a minimum of $10 million and comprehensive General Liability insurance in the amount of at least $5 million.

annulation des services de transport en raison du mauvais temps  f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
annulation en raison d'intempéries  f
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209

 

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inclement weather procedure
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
An inclement weather procedure has been established that determines a plan of action to be implemented in the event of adverse weather conditions for each transportation area.


procédure en cas de mauvais temps   f
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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integrated run
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Department select several limited areas throughout its operation and evaluate whether utilizing integrated runs, combination runs (where one bus transports students to multiple schools), transfer runs (where one student rides multiple buses to school), and greater use of tiered runs (where one bus travels to one school, collects a new group of students and travels to another school, etc), can increase the efficiency of the routing network.
NOTE: See run


parcours intégré  m
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

 

 

 

L

 

legal capacity
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
The Consortium's planning parameters includes a weighting factor of 1.5 for students in grades 7 to 12 with a factor of 1.0 for the JK/SK to grade 6. Regardless of whether the planning parameter for student loading is at the legal capacity of the bus (72 passengers assigned to a 72 passenger bus as an example) or a weighted capacity (72 passenger bus reduced to a planned capacity of 48) the goal is to fill each bus to the extent possible to reduce the number of buses needed.

 

capacité légale  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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lift vehicle
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
Lift vehicles and minivans (5 passenger) present the greatest opportunity to realize efficiencies in special education routing. The Transportation Department has established 112 routes in the afternoon complement of lift vehicles.


véhicule avec plateforme élévatrice  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

 

M

 

Management Committee
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
The Management Committee will set policy and direction for the Transportation Department and the Academic Committee will review transportation policies and assist in the resolution of issues that have a direct impact on busing and schools (i.e. bell times, arrival/departure times).


comité de gestion  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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map data
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
This aspect of the E&E Review was designed to evaluate the processes and procedures in place to update and maintain the student data and map data that forms the foundation of any student transportation routing system. [...] The map is reported to have nearly 100 percent valid addressing for transportation-related addresses, including both school and student locations.


données cartographiques  f
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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map maintenance
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
Map calibration is an ongoing process that includes changes to roadway speed settings, identification of no-travel road segments, identification of one-way segments, and other tactical changes that collectively serve to increase the overall accuracy and utility of the digital map. The overall map maintenance process is thorough and complete, with an appropriate balance of automated updates and manual calibration to ensure that the base map is accurate and complete, and supports effective and efficient operations.


mise à jour de la carte  f
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
maintenance de la carte  f
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209

 

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maximum fleet age
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The Consortium should incorporate a maximum fleet age requirement in the current contracts [..] For school buses that are older than the threshold determined by the Consortium, they can be retained by Operators as spare buses should the Consortium support this in their policies.


âge maximum des véhicules d'un parc  m
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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maximum vehicle age
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Consortium Operators must maintain bus fleets with a maximum vehicle age of 12 years.


âge maximum des véhicules  m
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E
âge maximal des véhicules  m
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL

 

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medical transportation
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
Medical transportation. The Consortium will provide students with short and medium term transportation for verifiable medical conditions.


transport pour raison médicale  m
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

 

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mid-sized bus
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
STSCGB [Student Transportation Services Consortium of Grey-Bruce][... i]ncludes full-sized buses, mid-sized buses, full-sized buses adapted for wheelchair use and mid-sized buses adapted for wheelchair use; all vehicle counts are rounded to the nearest whole number.


autobus de taille moyenne  m
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
External Source
Ontario. EDU. Sondage sur les données de transport 2005-2006. August 7/2009 <tpfr.edu.gov.on.ca/Memos/SB2005/SB_37F%20attachment%20Instruction%20Guide%202005-06.pdf>

 

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mid-sized bus adapted for wheelchair use
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
[The table] includes full-sized buses, mid-sized buses, full-sized buses adapted for wheelchair use and mid-sized buses adapted for wheelchair use; all vehicle counts are rounded to the nearest whole number.


autobus de taille moyenne adapté aux fauteuils roulants  m
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
External Source
Ontario. EDU. Sondage sur les données de transport 2005-2006. August 7/2009 <tpfr.edu.gov.on.ca/Memos/SB2005/SB_37F%20attachment%20Instruction%20Guide%202005-06.pdf>

 

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morning panel
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The average and median student ride time in the morning panel is approximately 30 minutes while the average and median time in the afternoon panel is approximately 35 minutes.
NOTE: Note that the term in is in English  the singular while the French term is used in the plural.
NOTE: See afternoon panel

déplacements en matinée  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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morning route
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
For example, current routes are assigned a numeric identification based on the bus providing the service, whether it is a morning or afternoon route, and the sequence of the route in the morning or afternoon series. Thus the trip name "925 PM TRIP" and the route identification "925-5" in the current structure indicates the first route in the afternoon sequence (1-4 are reserved for morning routes) and that it is performed by bus #925.
NOTE: See afternoon route
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the morning route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "itinéraire du matin"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "tournée du matin" or "tournée matinale".
NOTE:  A "morning route" should not be confused with a "morning run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


tournée du matin  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
tournée matinale  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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morning route
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Daily kilometers are calculated as the distance travelled from the first pick up location to the last drop off location and back to the first pick up location via the shortest route for the morning and afternoon routes.
NOTE: See afternoon route
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the morning route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "itinéraire du matin"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "tournée du matin" or "tournée matinale".
NOTE: A "morning route" should not be confused with a "morning run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


itinéraire du matin  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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morning run
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Conceptually, bus runs and routes should be coded in a manner that makes the identification number itself significant. The most utility arises when the run and route number in combination serve to indicate the type of run it is (e.g., dedicated, combination, shuttle), the school being serviced, whether it is a morning or afternoon run, and the bus or operator servicing the run.
NOTE: See afternoon run and noon-hour run
NOTE: A "morning run" should not be confused with a "morning route"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


parcours du matin  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION

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morning trip
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Currently, individual bus routes are coded with a prefix identifying the bus number, and a suffix that identifies the sequence of the route in the bus' daily morning or afternoon trip.
NOTE: Routes and runs are types of trips, in the general sense of the word.


trajet du matin  m
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

 

N

 

noon-hour run
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
Analysis of afternoon routes indicates that approximately 50 percent of regular routes have two runs in the afternoon, not including noon-hour runs (or approximately four per day), 20 percent have three afternoon runs, and 2 percent have four runs.
NOTE: See morning run

noon-time run
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

parcours du midi  m
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

 

O

 

operatorÞschool bus operator

 

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out of boundary student
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Out of boundary students. One aspect of note was the provision of service to out of boundary students. Approximately 14 percent of the total students attend schools outside their home school boundary as indicated by their Out of Boundary eligibility code.
NOTE: See attendance area


élève habitant en dehors du secteur de fréquentation  m/f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

 

P

 

PDPVÞphysically disabled passenger vehicle

 

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physically disabled passenger vehicle
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

physically-disabled-passenger vehicle
External Source
O. Reg. 611/1990 Safety Inspections under Highway Safety Act/ Code de la route. 1; O. Reg. 629/1990 Vehicles for the Transportation of Physically disabled passenders under Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. 1
Context
"physically-disabled-passenger vehicle" means a bus or a van operated on a highway, (a) for the purpose of transporting, for compensation, physically disabled persons, or (b) by, for or on behalf of any person, club, agency or organization that holds itself out as providing a transportation service to physically disabled persons, for compensation or otherwise;  

PDPV
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

véhicule de transport adapté  m
External Source
O. Reg. 629/1990 Véhicules de transport adaptés aux passagers physiquements handicapés under Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. 1
Context
«véhicule de transport adapté» S’entend, selon le cas : a) d’une camionnette ou d’un autobus utilisé sur la voie publique : (i) soit pour le transport, moyennant rémunération, de handicapés physiques,  (ii) soit par ou pour une personne, un club, un organisme ou une organisation qui se présente comme fournisseur de services de transport aux handicapés physiques, notamment moyennant rémunération, ou pour le compte de ceux-ci; b) d’un autobus urbain pour le transport accessible; c) d’un taxi accessible.

 

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planned capacity
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The second approach is to evaluate planned capacity use which considers the influence of policy decisions regarding how many students can be placed on a bus (e.g., seating high school students two to a seat reduces legal capacity from 72 seats to a planned capacity of 48 seats).

planned seating capacity
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Analysis of these runs indicates that nearly 8 of every 10 seats available are expected to be filled. It is important to note that this measure is based on planned seating capacity. Planned seating capacity provides for more than one seat for older, larger students. For example, if a bus run had one elementary and one high school student riding the total student count would be two but the planned count would be 2.5.

capacité prévue  f
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

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planned capacity rate
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
The current average overall planned capacity rate - the percentage of school bus seats that the Transportation Department plans for students to occupy - is 59 percent.


taux de capacité prévue  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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planned seating capacityÞplanned capacity

 

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Planning Officer
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
In practice, the Area Transportation Officers and the Area Coordinators plan the runs; however it is the Planning Officer and Transportation Manager who optimize the routing by combining the individual runs into route groupings.


agent de planification  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
agente de planification  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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proactive monitoring system
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
A proactive monitoring system should be implemented by the Consortium to monitor Operator performance.


système de surveillance proactive  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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public transit rider
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE
Context
Transportation for students is provided through a combination of school bus operators, taxis and public transit. [...] Total public transit riders [...] For public transit: the direct cost of transit is the responsibility of the School Board.


usager des transports en commun  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
usagère des transports en commun  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
élève utilisant les transports en commun  m/f
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E

 

 

R

 

rated capacity
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Board policies weight secondary students at 1.5 which lowers the effective capacity of a bus by allowing two students per seat compared to the rated capacity of three students per seat. School buses transport passengers in a wide range sizes (height and weight). Accordingly, it is not possible to define the absolute capacity of a school bus under all conditions. The typical school bus seat is 39 inches wide and generally is considered to have a maximum seating capacity of three. This capacity rating is not meant to be a measure of the absolute capacity of the school bus seat for all sizes of passengers. Rather, it is the "rated maximum capacity" as determined by the school bus body manufacturer and specified on the vehicle.  
External Source
: National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services. School Bus Seat Capacity. October 1999. July 30/2009. <www.nasdpts.org/paperSeatCap.html>


capacité nominale  f
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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regular busÞregular school bus

 

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regular education routing
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
Context
Special education transportation routing is managed by the Route Supervisors in a manner similar to that of all regular education routing.

planification des tournées pour le transport ordinaire  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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regular education run
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
This may include the inclusion of special needs students on regular education runs; however, the student's specific needs ultimately determine the method of transportation and may include a special needs operator or a parent contract.
NOTE: See run


parcours de transport ordinaire  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
service de transport ordinaire  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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regular school bus
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Based on the specific geographic condition of the area, special students' needs and particular Boards' requirements, the transportation needs of the area for the Partner Boards are divided into 4 categories, namely regular school bus, special needs bus, taxi and summer school bus.

regular bus
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Regular students are also placed on special needs vehicles where efficiency and space permits, but only in exceptional circumstances where a regular bus is not available.

autobus scolaire ordinaire  m
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
autobus ordinaire  m
Source
001E Francobus Final Report_FINAL FOR RELEASE E

 

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regular transportation
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Two Transportation Planners have responsibility for special needs transportation. Both of these also have regular transportation assignments as well.

transport ordinaire  m
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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rider eligibility code
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
A short list of rider eligibility codes, plus a logical school coding structure, are the only two key elements used to categorize, organize, and analyze routes.
NOTE: The software package used by each Consortium has its own coding system.


code d'admissibilité au service de transport par autobus  m
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL

 

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route
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
The Transportation Route Planners (Route Planner) create, plan and supervise the operation of school buses for all regular, special and summer programs as well as special trips; review and investigate optimal routes; input data into route planning software; respond to telephone enquiries; investigate and resolve problems; conduct route Operator monitoring; plan and organize routes for special program; and is the day-to-day contact person for schools and bus Operators.
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "itinéraire"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "tournée".
NOTE: A "route" should not be confused with a "run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


tournée  f
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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route
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
ETB [East of Thunder Bay Transportation Consortium] currently uses a combination of manual processes and a third party spreadsheet application for managing bus run and route data. All routes are developed manually by each Operator for their respective service areas. [...] While the routes are generally static, the Boards reserve the right to initiate changes within an area and may substitute an alternate route for an existing route, match loading to bus size, and extend route coverage to ensure loading efficiency.
NOTE: The French equivalent for the term "route" differs according to the context: therefore, if the route is designed manually, the French equivalent is "itinéraire"; if the route is designed using routing software, the French equivalent is "tournée".
NOTE: A "route" should not be confused with a "run"; "runs" are components of a "route" and runs and routes are types of "trips", in the general sense of the word.


itinéraire  m
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009

 

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route design
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
Context
Route
Planners were very knowledgeable of how to use the software to make minor modifications to stop locations or route directions. In addition, these individuals were all skilled in developing proposals to make more strategic changes to the routing scheme that is approved and implemented by the Route Supervisors. [...]Route Supervisors and Route Planners are knowledgeable about efficient route design, including the use of cluster stops where appropriate, minimizing left hand turns where possible, and avoiding entry into limited access areas like cul-de-sacs and subdivisions.

NOTE: The term « route design » is generally not used when school transportation routes are developed manually.


construction d'une planification de tournées  f
External Source
Based on: Spada, Michela. Sur la planification des tournées de véhicules scolaires. Lausanne. Switzerland. 2004. Oct. 9/09 http://biblion.epfl.ch/EPFL/theses/2004/3085/EPFL_TH3085.pdf

planification de tournées  f
External Source
Based on: Spada, Michela. Sur la planification des tournées de véhicules scolaires. Lausanne. Switzerland. 2004. Oct. 9/09 http://biblion.epfl.ch/EPFL/theses/2004/3085/EPFL_TH3085.pdf

Context
La planification de tournées de véhicules scolaires consiste à emmener les enfants de la maison à l'école, mais également de les ramener chez eux à la fin des cours. Malheureusement, il est rarement possible de simplement parcourir en sens inverse la tournée qui emmène les enfants de la maison à l'école pour les ramener à la maison. En effet, les heures de fin de cours ne sont généralement pas échelonnées comme celles de début des cours. Il est donc vraiment important de générer des planifications efficaces, dans les deux sens, car parfois, lorsqu'aucune structure n'est mise en place pour accueillir les enfants pour le repas de midi, certains d'entre eux effectuent le trajet entre la maison et l'école ou vice versa quatre fois par jour (i.e. on les ramène à la maison à la mi-journée). Les techniques que nous avons développées permettent de déterminer des planifications des tournées de véhicules scolaires de bonne qualité en des temps relativement rapides [...] la construction d'une planification admissible consiste en la création et la concaténation de chemins permettant de transporter au plus le nombre d'enfants qu'il est possible de mettre dans le plus petit bus à disposition.  
construction de tournées  f
External Source
Spada, Michela. Sur la planification des tournées de véhicules scolaires. Lausanne. Switzerland. 2004. Oct. 9/09 <http://biblion.epfl.ch/EPFL/theses/2004/3085/EPFL_TH3085.pdf>
Context
Pour permettre la construction de tournées transportant en même temps des enfants avec des origines et destinations diverses, le réseau G' doit être complet

 

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route planning technology
External Source
Ontario. EDU. Student Transportation Fuel Cost Study. August 2009


technologie de planification des tournées de véhicules  f
External Source
Paragon. Logiciel - Paragon, système de pointe de planification des tournées de véhicules. October 5/2009 <fr.paragonrouting.com/software/software.htm>

 

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route timing
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
A useful feature of the software that promotes more accurate route timing is the ability to adjust loading times at the student level to reflect requirements such as wheelchair loading.


établissement des horaires des tournées  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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routing
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Routing and Technology encompasses the management, administration, and use of technology for the purpose of student transportation management. The following analysis stems from a review of the four key components of: • Software and Technology Setup and Use; • Digital Map and Student Database Management; • System Reporting; and • Regular and Special Needs Transportation Planning and Routing. [...] Modern student transportation routing systems allow transportation managers to make more effective use of the resources at their disposal. These systems allow for improvements in the management and administration of large volumes of student and route data. However, the systems must be fully implemented with well designed coding structures and effective mechanisms to extract and report data to all stakeholder groups.
NOTE: See route


optimisation des tournées  f
External Source
ESRIinfoNET. ArcLogistics Route, une nouvelle solution pour le transport scolaire. Oct. 15/09 <http://www.esrifrance.fr/esrinfonet/ein24/ein24.htm>
Context
A l'occasion du Géo Evénement ESRI France vous présente une solution pour la gestion et l’optimisation des tournées de transport scolaire. Elle est un complément aux solutions que vous utilisez pour la gestion administrative des élèves, des transporteurs et des arrêts. Cette nouvelle solution originale est composée du logiciel ArcLogistics Route, de données cartographiques (adaptées au transport scolaire à l’echelle de votre département) et de services. ArcLogistics Route est un logiciel autonome de la gamme ESRI qui vous permettant : D’organiser les tournées de Transport scolaire; De déterminer les ressources à utiliser : combien de véhicules, combien de tournées etc.; De disposer d’éléments quantitatifs pour passer vos Appels d’Offres aux transporteurs : kilométrage à parcourir, temps de tournée, etc. De visualiser la cartographie des tournées en travaillant par secteur géographique; De mieux gérer les ressources à mettre en œuvre; De simuler rapidement différentes options de transport : par exemple, que se passe-t-il si tel établissement change les horaires d’entrée ou de sortie des élèves ? Quelles sont les conséquences du regroupement de deux tournées ?

 

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routing consultant
External Source
2009 EE Trillium_Final Report
Context
Routing consultants were engaged to focus specifically on the acquisition, implementation, and use of routing software and related technologies and on policies and practices.


conseiller en optimisation des tournées  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
conseillère en optimisation des tournées  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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routing data
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
An analysis of routing data indicates that a majority of individual student ride times (67 percent) are in fact less than 30 minutes with 79 percent of all riders with ride times of 40 minutes or less.

 

données de planification de tournées  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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routing efficiency
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The combination of the routes per bus, capacity utilization, and ride time results illustrates a system that is providing an appropriate balance between service delivery and routing efficiency.


efficience des tournées  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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routing network
Source
012E ETB FINAL_FOR RELEASE_ Jan 12 2009
Context
The geographic challenges that have a direct impact on routing include: narrow side roads, dead-end roads (leading to unsafe or impossible turnarounds for buses), lack of infrastructure in some communities (sidewalks, etc.), highway crossings, varying degrees of municipal road service, lack of safe pullover areas required to pick up students along the Trans-Canada Highway, CPR and CN railway corridors passing through communities, and wildlife. Developing a routing network that supports a highly dispersed population in remote, unconnected areas is a challenge for a small transportation operation.


réseau de transport  m
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

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routing operation
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
This would allow the Transportation Manager to reallocate existing staff time from low value production work to more valuable analytical tasks focused on improving the efficiency of routing operations.

processus d'optimisation  m
External Source
Spada, Michela. Sur la planification des tournées de véhicules scolaires. Lausanne. Switzerland. 2004. Oct. 9/09 <http://biblion.epfl.ch/EPFL/theses/2004/3085/EPFL_TH3085.pdf>
Context
On en conclut qu'un trop petit nombre de sous-problèmes a pour effet de ralentir le processus d'optimisation, alors qu'un nombre trop important semble mener au cloisonnement du problème et finit par réduire la flexibilité nécessaire à l'obtention d'une bonne planification.

 

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routing scenario
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
The staff time required to incorporate these students on to existing bus runs may be better spent in developing and evaluating other alternative routing scenarios that may increase the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the routing scheme.


scénario d'optimisation de tournées  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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routing scheme
Source
005E Rainy River Report _Apr30-FINAL
Context
The combination of the routes per bus, capacity utilization, and number of schools serviced per bus indicates that CLASS [Chatham-Kent Lambton Administrative School Services Consortium] has instituted a routing scheme that promotes efficient service delivery.
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE


plan de tournées  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
plan de transport optimisé  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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routing software
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
Utilizing the routing software to analyze stop, run, and bell time optimization options. [...] Individual Transportation Technicians can adjust certain characteristics of specific data elements in order to improve the synchronicity between actual operations and the data maintained in the routing software.

 

logiciel d'optimisation des tournées  m
External Source
Based on: Spada, Michela. Sur la planification des tournées de véhicules scolaires. Lausanne. Switzerland. 2004. Oct. 9/09 <http://biblion.epfl.ch/EPFL/theses/2004/3085/EPFL_TH3085.pdf>

 

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routing strategy
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
Context
An additional routing strategy used by STSCO [Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario] includes the use of transfer points that are established on school property wherever possible in consultation with school principals.

 

stratégie d'optimisation des tournées  f
External Source
TRANSEPT. Optimisation des tournées. October 16/2009. <http://www.transept.net/index.php/optimisation-chaine-logistique/optimisation-des-tournees>
Context
Les principales fonctionnalités de notre logiciel d'optimisation des tournées sont : [...] • Optimisation du point de rechargement. • Calcul des retours à vide • Stratégies d'optimisation des tournées : chargement de tournées fixes ou dynamiques.

 

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run
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
Conceptually, bus runs and routes should be coded in a manner that makes the identification number itself significant. The most utility arises when the run and route number in combination serve to indicate the type of run it is (e.g., dedicated, combination, shuttle), the school being serviced, whether it is a morning or afternoon run, and the bus or operator servicing the run.
NOTE: See integrated run, combination run, dedicated run, shuttle run, trunk run and tiered run
NOTE: Not to be confused with the concepts "route" and "trip". A run is any component of a "route". Routes and runs are types of trips, in the general sense of the word.

 

parcours  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
En pratique, les agents régionaux de transport et les coordonnateurs régionaux planifient les parcours. Ce sont cependant l'agent de planification et le [gestionnaire] du transport qui optimisent la planification en combinant les parcours [...].

 

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run design
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
Effective use of transportation resources is built on the idea that run design should maximize, to every extent possible, the number of students riding a bus and the number of times that every bus is used in a given day.

 

établissement du tracé des parcours  m
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
L'utilisation efficace des ressources consacrées au transport repose sur l'idée que l'établissement du tracé des parcours devrait le plus souvent possible optimiser le nombre d'élèves à bord des véhicules et le nombre de parcours effectués par chacun des véhicules à tous les jours.

 

 

S

 

safety workshop
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Along with the contractually mandated emergency first aid, child and adult CPR, and anaphylactic shock recognition training, Operators are required to provide a minimum of two safety workshops per year with the agenda provided in advance to the Consortium for review.

 

atelier sur la sécurité  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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school bell time managementÞbell time management

 

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School Board employed driver
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
It is understood that the intention is to continue leasing school buses for School Board employed drivers and to purchase the buses upon lease termination to the extent required until the Board employed bus drivers decide to retire.

Board employed driver
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

conducteur d'autobus employé par le conseil scolaire  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit
conductrice d'autobus employée par le conseil scolaire  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

conducteur d'autobus employé par le conseil  m
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
conductrice d'autobus employée par le conseil  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

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school board owned vehicle
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE

board owned vehicle
Source
008E Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
Board Owned Vehicles. Limestone currently owns and operates six (6) school buses including one spare bus and Algonquin owns and operates one (1) school bus. [...] There are 5 regular Limestone routes and 1 regular Algonquin route on which the board owned buses are respectfully operated. The remaining Limestone bus is used as a spare bus and is jointly expensed between the two boards.  

board-owned vehicle
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
Approximately 99% of student transportation service in Ontario is provided through contracts between School Boards or transportation Consortia and private transportation operators. The remaining 1% of service is provided using board-owned vehicles to complement services acquired through contracted private operators.

véhicule appartenant au conseil scolaire  m
Source
010E CLASS FINAL_FOR RELEASE
véhicule appartenant au conseil  m
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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school bus
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
External Source
1) S.O.1990. c.H8. Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. 175 (1); 2) O. Reg. 612 under Public Vehicles Act 1990. 1
Context
This balance is achieved through the use of routing strategies designed to maximize the use of each school bus within the constraints of the policy infrastructure. Maximizing the use of each bus is achieved through two primary means: using every seat that is available and reusing each bus as many times as possible throughout the system.
Context
"School bus" means a public vehicle for which a licence is issued restricting the use of the bus to school purposes only.
External Source
:  O. Reg. 612 under Public Vehicles Act 1990. 1
Context
"school bus" means a bus that, (a) is painted chrome yellow, and (b) displays on the front and rear thereof the words "school bus" and on the rear thereof the words "do not pass when signals flashing". ("autobus scolaire").
External Source
S.O.1990. c. H8. Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. 175 (1)
NOTE: See regular school bus; summer school bus; special needs bus

school purposes bus
External Source
O. Reg. 199/07 under Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. Part I. 1
Context
"school purposes bus" means, (a) a "school bus" as defined in section 175 of the Act, and (b) a bus, other than a motor coach, operated by or under contract with a school board or other authority in charge of a school;
NOTE: See school purposes vehicle; school purpose van; school purpose sedan and school-purpose mini-van

autobus scolaire  m
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
External Source
S.O.1990. c.H8. Highway Traffic Act/Code de la route. 175 (1)
Context
«autobus scolaire» Autobus qui : a) d’une part est peint en jaune de chrome; b) d’autre part porte, à l’avant et à l’arrière, les mots «school bus» («autobus scolaire») et, à l’arrière, les mots «do not pass when signals flashing» («ne pas dépasser lorsque les feux clignotent»).

 

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school bus driver
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
While the contracts hold the Operators responsible for assigning a fully qualified school bus driver and providing both EpiPen and First-Aid training within six months of commencing employment, it does not mandate additional driver training such as student management techniques, training specific to the transportation of special needs students, specific skills improvement training or defensive driving techniques.


conducteur d'autobus scolaire  m
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
conductrice d'autobus scolaire  f
Source
GTS Terminology Unit

 

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school bus evacuation training
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT
Context
School
bus evacuation training is offered annually for students to maintain awareness of safety procedures.

 

formation à l'évacuation des autobus scolaires  f
Source
006E STSCO Report eng

 

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school bus fleet
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
These aspects are monitored passively through reliance on a combination of self-reporting done by the school bus operators and through the knowledge that the operation of a school bus fleet requires periodic audits by the Ministry of Transportation.

bus fleet
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE
Context
Consortium Operators must maintain bus fleets with a maximum vehicle age of 12 years. An analysis of data indicates that the median age of the bus fleet is 6 years which is well within policy requirements.

parc d'autobus scolaires  m
Source
009E York 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
parc d'autobus  m
Source
015E STSC Grey-Bruce_FINAL FOR RELEASE

 

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school bus industry
Source
006E STSCO Report eng
Context
Bus Industry. [...] The school bus industry in Ontario represents one of the largest transportation systems in Ontario. Local Operators have expressed a growing concern over the cost of providing safe student transportation services which have, in their opinion, not been properly reflected in the funding of transportation to school boards and ultimately reflected in the rates paid to Operators.

bus industry
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

industrie du transport scolaire  f
Source
014E Wellington-Dufferin FINAL REPORT

 

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school bus operator
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
The Consortium enters into contracts with both small vehicle operators and operators of designated school purpose vehicles referred to in this report as School Bus Operators or "Operators".

bus operator
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
Context
When assigning new bus runs or removing existing bus runs, the Consortium makes efforts to maintain the existing relative share of the number of bus runs assigned to each bus operator.  

operator
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
NOTE: The term "operator" is often capitalized in the E&E Reviews.

exploitant d'autobus scolaires  m
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
exploitant d'autobus  m
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)
exploitant  m
Source
003E Ottawa 5-21-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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school bus transportation
Source
011E DSTS FINAL 030209
Context
It is understood and recognized that a simple comparison of the per student cost of school bus transportation ($400 - $800) per year versus a bus pass at $410 per year results in a conclusion that $410 for a municipal pass is cost efficient.


transport par autobus scolaire  m
Source
002E NE Tri-Board 5-1-08 (FINAL PRINT COPY)

 

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school code
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)
Context
The school code is significant in that it also identifies the type of school (primary or secondary) and the Board to which the school belongs.


code de l'établissement  m
Source
007E Sudbury 5-21-08 (FINAL FOR PRINT)

 

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school crossing guardÞcrossing guard

 

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school-purpose mini-van
Source
004E Peel Deloitte May1 - FOR TRANSLATION
Context
Students with special needs who are transported to specialized programs are captured as special needs transported students [...][...i]ncludes school-purpose vans, mini-vans and sedans.
NOTE: See school purposes vehicle


mini-fourgonnette à usage scolaire  f
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE
External Source
Ontario. EDU. Sondage sur les données de transport 2005-2006. August 7/2009 <tpfr.edu.gov.on.ca/Memos/SB2005/SB_37F%20attachment%20Instruction%20Guide%202005-06.pdf>

 

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school purposes busÞschool bus

 

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school purpose sedan
External Source
Ontario. EDU. Sondage sur les données de transport 2005-2006. August 7/2009 <tpfr.edu.gov.on.ca/Memos/SB2005/SB_37F%20attachment%20Instruction%20Guide%202005-06.pdf>
NOTE: See school purposes vehicle, school purposes bus; school purpose van and school-purpose mini-van

sedan
Source
013E STSWR_FINAL FOR RELEASE

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