Read our COVID-19 Division Re-entry Strategy for information about how we’re welcoming students and staff back into schools this September.
As we prepare for re-entry in September, learn more about changes to student transportation for the 2020-21 school year.
Learn about yellow school busing for:
Eligibility for yellow bus service is determined by where a student lives. Learn more about eligibility and conditional riders.
You can buy yellow bus passes and subsidized ETS passes at your child's school throughout the year.
Learn about how to apply for yellow bus service each school year.
Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) is the preferred means of transportation for Division students.
Learn more about yellow bus routes, safe stop locations and walk distance to the bus stop.
Yellow bus routes may require slight changes throughout the year for new or cancelled riders.
You are responsible for ensuring your child’s safety in traveling to and from the stop location.
Minimizing ride times for students on the yellow bus is our highest priority.
Learn about what to do when the bus is late or cancelled.
Learn more about school bus design, safety equipment and seat restraints.
Help keep our students safe by slowing down and following traffic safety laws.
In some cases, parents of students with special education needs may receive a subsidy for parent-provided transportation.
Many students choose to walk, ride or roll to school. Learn more about active transportation and safe, walkable neighbourhoods