The Indiana Supreme Court ruled that school transportation is not a constitutional right.
Parents sued a school corporation for having to pay fees for buses, saying the state must provide a uniform school system available for all.
Franklin Township's school board voted to stop busing fees after outcries from parents.
Representative Mike Speedy says the fee has caused hazardous conditions for students.
The Franklin Township School Board voted 3 to 2 to defend a suit over busing fees that were implemented this year.
A school district that discontinued busing is now working to get parents to carpool.
Under the current proposal it will cost $495 for the first child per household, and $425 for each child thereafter