This resolution proposes the creation of a special legislative commission to study student transportation needs and system costs in Rhode Island. The commission will consist of thirteen members, including legislators, representatives from various educational and transportation organizations, and a student from a district affected by current transportation issues. The commission's task is to evaluate student transportation needs, explore cost-effective transportation solutions, consider incorporating transportation costs into the education funding formula, and recommend any necessary changes to Rhode Island General Laws chapter 21.1 of title 16.

The commission is expected to convene at the call of the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate, with co-chairpersons selected from among the legislators. It will operate without compensation for its members and will utilize information provided by state departments and agencies. Suitable quarters for the commission's meetings will be arranged by the Speaker of the House. The commission is required to report its findings and recommendations to the General Assembly by April 16, 2025, and will dissolve on May 27, 2025.