The city school system has terminated its contract with the West Baltimore company that operated a bus involved in the crash this month that killed six people and injured 11 others.
Schools spokeswoman Edie House Foster said the district ended its contract with AAAfordable Transportation Inc. on Monday. The company has drawn scrutiny since one of its buses careened into oncoming traffic on Frederick Avenue early Nov. 1.
"Based on the totality of the circumstances, City Schools felt it most appropriate to terminate the relationship," House Foster said in a statement.
AAAfordable owner Mark Williams declined to comment Monday afternoon.