2020欧洲杯决赛时间We are committed to providing safe and efficient transportation for our students.

Transportation Eligibility and Planning

All students who attend their school of zone, and who live more than 1.25 miles from school (1.5 miles for high schools), are eligible for school bus transportation.  Exceptions are made for certain areas where unsafe walking conditions exist. 

We use Tyler’s Versatrans Routing & Planning, a state-of-the-art computer mapping and routing program, to create the most efficient bus routes possible.  As a result, we are generally unable to provide door-to-door bus service.

Optional Schools, Magnet Schools & Public Transportation

2020欧洲杯决赛时间MNPS provides transportation only to students who attend their zoned school, but there are some exceptions and options.

2020欧洲杯决赛时间Public bus transportation through WeGo Public Transit is provided at no cost to all Metro Schools high school students through the . The free service also is available to middle school students attending an MNPS optional school, with the exception of charter middle schools. Contact your MNPS middle school office for parental permission forms and eligibility information. 

2020欧洲杯决赛时间Some charter schools provide their own transportation. Contact individual schools to determine transportation availability.

Parents with children in Special Education, Special Services and Pre-K Programs

If your child is in Special Education, Pre-K, or qualifies for Special Services, transportation arrangements must be made through the office from which your child receives these services.  Please contact your Special Ed or Pre-K adviser to make these arrangements.  If you do not know who you need to talk to, please contact our Family Information Center at  259-INFO (259-4636) to be directed to the appropriate person.

Alternative Transportation Request

An Alternative Transportation Request form must be submitted if you want your child to be picked up or dropped off at a location different than your neighborhood pickup location. Requests are approved, with limits.  

Frequently Asked Questions

The addresses other transportation questions. If you would like to speak to someone about transportation, please contact the Family Information Center, (615) 259-4636.   

Find your Bus Stop

To learn more about your transportation route, click the blue button below.