Bus Service Eligibility
Under Administrative Procedure 3541 - Student Transportation, regular middle and high school students are eligible for transportation if they reside two (2) miles or more from their assigned school, elementary school students residing one and one-half miles (1 ½) or more from their assigned school, and students for whom unsafe walking conditions exist (as determined by the Director of Transportation or their designee and the Prince George’s County Police Department, Special Operations Division).
If you have concerns regarding the safety of your child's route to school, please call the Transportation Phone Bank at 301-952-6570, Monday through Friday, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Bus Service for Special Education Students
The Transportation Office works closely with Special Education staff to meet the transportation needs of students with disabilities. For more information, contact Special Education at 301-618-8300, or click here to visit their webpage
Bus Service for Homeless Students
The Transportation Office receives a copy of the Homeless Student Services Form that is filled out by the parent or responsible guardian at the school of origin. Staff reviews the form and students are routed to county buses that will take them to their schools of origin. Students who have temporary housing in DC are transported by private transportation. For more information on services for homeless students, click here to visit the Homeless Education webpage or call 301-925-2482.