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CPS transportation exec on leave after contentious busing plan rollout

Cincinnati Public Schools’  director of pupil transportation has been placed on administrative leave following the controversial rollout of a new busing plan for students.

In a statement to The Enquirer on Thursday, the district said a human resources investigation is underway.

“A Director-level CPS employee was making decisions without involvement of senior administration or the board, as well as misrepresenting discussions with SORTA,” the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, the statement said.

The Enquirer verified with district officials that the employee is Loren Johnson, who leads the district’s transportation department.

What happened at SORTA’s board meeting?

On Tuesday, SORTA announced during a special board meeting that specific Metro bus routes for students would be eliminated and the students in grades 7-12 who use those routes will be given regular bus passes.