Director, Pat Snell

Our Mission:
The Student Transportation and Fleet Services Department is committed to the safe and efficient transportation of all eligible Broward County Public Schools' students in compliance with federal, state and local guidelines. This department consists of District Pupil Transportation Operations supporting its five Transportation Terminals located throughout Broward County, Florida, as well as Vehicle Maintenance.

There are over 1,000 school buses used by Broward District Schools on daily routes, transporting more than 80,000 students to and from school, and driving more than 18 million miles to over 290 locations

Just added...School Bus Contractors and Contact Information

FOR TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION: PLEASE REFER TO ROUTE NUMBERS AND SELECT THE CORRESPONDING TRANSPORTATION TERMINAL LISTED HERE - BUS TERMINALS.

Below are Frequently Asked Transportation Questions

What happens on the first day of school?

Who is eligible for transportation?

FOR TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION: PLEASE REFER TO ROUTE NUMBERS AND SELECT THE CORRESPONDING TRANSPORTATION TERMINAL LISTED HERE - BUS TERMINALS.


Bus Pass

How Do I Make A Change in Address for My Child?

Magnet Depot Stops

Will the Bus Operator Know That My Child Is Assigned To His/ Her Bus?

My Child Is Not Eligible For Transportation, But The Walk Route To School Is Hazardous. Can My Child Ride the Bus?

My Child Has Missed the Bus in The Past. What Time Is Pick-up?

Empty Seat Policy

Transporting Special Needs Students

Who determines if a student lives beyond the reasonable walking distance from school?

How will the parent/guardian know their child is eligible to receive school bus transportation?

What can a parent/guardian do if they believe that the distance from the student's registered address to the assigned school has been calculated incorrectly and feels that the distance is over two miles or that the walking route to the school is hazardous for the student?

How will the parent/guardian know the results of the walk route check?

If a student is eligible for school bus transportation, how will the parent/guardian know which bus route the student is assigned to ride, where the bus stop is located and the pickup and drop off time at the bus stop location?

What should the parent/guardian do if they have verified that their child is eligible for school bus transportation and have not received a transportation mailer prior to the beginning of the school term?

How will the parent/guardian/student know when a bus arrives at a bus stop whether it is the bus the student is assigned to ride?

What process should a parent/guardian use if they have a concern regarding their child's school bus transportation, i.e. bus stop assignment, inconsistent schedule of bus arrival at the assigned bus stop, discipline at the bus stop or on the bus, etc.?

What should a parent/guardian do if a student that is assigned to ride a school bus does not arrive home within a reasonable time after the appointed bus stop drop off time, or is not on the bus when it arrives at the bus stop?