Some parents in the Woodland Hills school district demanded action after their children were forced to walk along a dangerous stretch of road to a bus stop.
Channel 11's Kelly Brennan spoke to parents who live on Larimer Avenue who said they fear for their children's lives.
"My biggest fear is one of my kids getting hit, or even the neighbor kids [getting hit]," said parent Barbara Bodens. "
Larimer Avenue is a windy road with little room for pedestrians, Brennan reported.
Boden said the roadway is so dangerous that she had to ride children to their bus stop. Other parents agree.
"It's unsafe. It's a blind curve here. Traffic goes way over the speed limit," said parent Tyrone Tolliver.
Brennan spoke to Woodland Hills School District officials who said they are making changes to ensure the children's safety.
"We're gonna make an adjustment to the bus stop. There are about four or five houses around the corner and that should help resolve some of the issues we've been having," said Woodland Hills School District director of support services Jerry Chessman.
Chessman said the change in the bus stop could happen as early as Thursday. He said the children will likely wait for the bus in front of one of the homes, instead of walking on the roadway.