Parents are being asked to give their views on home to school transport as part of a review by Bath and North East Somerset Council.
The council's early years, children and youth police development and scrutiny panel is looking at how money is currently spent and whether any changes should be made.
Panel chair Councillor Sally Davis (Con, Farmborough) said: "The council is seeking people's views on our current home to school transport system and their ideas about how we should deliver these services in the future.
"We would encourage everyone with an interest in home to school transport to complete the questionnaire and participate in the review's consultation activities."
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The questionnaire is aimed at all parents/carers, students, head teachers and school governors involved with schools in B&NES and is available at http:// consultations.bathnes.gov.uk /consult.ti/HTST2012/ consultationHome.
Paper copies can be obtained by emailing scrutiny@ bathnes.gov.uk or phoning 01225 396410.
It is open until October 17 and the panel will also be hosting a public meeting on October 22 at 4.30pm in the Guildhall.
Three of the most controversial sites which had been considered for use by gypsies and travellers have been dropped from the shortlist.
Bath and North East Somerset Council's cabinet met last week to confirm that the plots at Keynsham, Radstock and Stanton Wick would no longer be considered.
The local authority will now be pushing ahead with further consultation on the remaining sites, which include the ones in Newbridge and on Lower Bristol Road.
It will also submit a planning application for the Lower Bristol Road site as soon as possible while assessing a list of 27 newly proposed sites against a revised set of criteria.
A new deputy leader has been appointed at Bath and North East Somerset Council to replace Councillor Nathan Hartley, who stepped down after being caught drink-driving.
Cabinet member for neighbourhoods, Councillor David Dixon, who represents Oldfield Park, will now be number two to leader Councillor Paul Crossley.