in the Operator Pool. Learn how to get in the Operator Pool here.
The District School Board of Pasco County transports more than 35,000 students to and from school each day for a total of over 8.3 million annually. Transportation services and maintenance are coordinated through five bus compounds located across Pasco’s 868 square miles. Our staff of Professional School Bus Operators represent over 2600 years of combined service!
Current School Bus Stops
Bus stop locations and times can change throughout the year to accommodate the community. For up-to-date information, please contact the the appropriate Bus Compound that services your area.
You can view the school hours via a link on the Schools page, or using this direct link.
Important Transportation Dates to Remember
- October 9th, 2013 is 2013 International Walk to School day Register your event
- School Bus Safety Week October 21-25, 2013 “Stand Back from the Yellow and Black!”
- February is Love the Bus month. Learn more at The American School Bus Council
Art by Cesar Davila, NAPT Contest winner, 8th grader from Manzano Middle School in Brownsville, TX
A Walking School Bus and Bike Train?
Did you know that it is estimated that each school bus replaces the need for 36 cars traveling to and from school each day? School buses help to minimize the automobile pollution around our schools, reduces traffic related safe concerns, and provide transportation for students who live further away from school. We can further reduce automobile congestion and pollution around our school by forming a community based walking school bus or bike train. Parents and students meet at a predetermined time and location to walk or bicycle together to school. Learn more at the National Center for Safe Routes to School