School bus drivers from both Miami-Dade and Broward counties will hit the road for a dry run of the over 1,800 school routes ahead of the school year.
The dry run is meant to examine the buses as well as each stop along their route to make sure students will be safe.
An estimated 122,000 students travel on buses every day in both counties.
Classes begin in Broward County on Wednesday while students in Miami-Dade get a few extra days of summer as classes start next Monday, August 20th.
Officials remind parents that traffic will be heavier in the coming days and to expect possible delays in the first days.