Bus Transportation Hotline
Weekdays between August 1-4 and August 7-10
7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
Call to get information about school bus routes
for the 2017-2018 schools year
Safe, reliable bus transportation is provided for students to help ensure punctual and responsible school attendance. Approximately 28,000 students are transported by public school buses daily. The average daily distance covered by the 369 school buses totalled 31,000 miles
For the convenience of parents, a special link to bus route information is available by clicking the Bus Stop Location link at right.
The listing of bus route information at this link is as accurate as possible, using the most current information sources available. School bus routes are subject to change, for instance, as new information becomes available, new schools are built and student populations shift between existing and new schools, and routes become too large.
Bus information listed as a result of a Web search is for general information purposes only and should not be considered a legal representation. Parents must call the bus drivers named on the listing to verify bus stop information and determine at what times a bus stops at a particular location.
The Edulog WebQuery program that is used to provide bus route information may identify more than one bus stop location. Parents should evaluate the location options and choose the location that best serves their children. A good option may be to choose the bus stop location their children have used in the past.
WebQuery information is available for regular education transportation only. Drivers of special needs buses will call parents with transportation information. Parents also may call the Transportation Department at 985-898-3373 for information concerning special needs transportation.