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Semester Bus Pass

  • ​In-district neighborhood students: $50 per student, per semester

  • ​In-district School Choice students: ​$60 per student, per semester

  • ​Out-of-district School Choice students: ​$70 per student, per semester

Semester Bus Pass Maximums

If you have one or more students utilizing bus service, the following maximum costs apply.

  • ​In-district neighborhood students: ​$200 per family, per semester

  • ​In-district School Choice students: ​$240 per family, per semester

  • ​Out-of-district School Choice students: $280 per family, per semester

  • Any combination of the above categories: $240 per family, per semester

Individual Rides

Students who ride the bus infrequently may purchase 20 single-rides for $20. A ride to school is $1 and a ride home is $1. Unused single-ride passes do not expire and may be used in future school years. Single-ride passes are fully transferable and can be used for any student who has assigned transportation. Please note that students may only ride using the assigned bus and stop.

Paying Fees

All transportation fees must be paid before each semester begins. 

Paying Online

Fees can also be paid using Campus Payments, which is part of Infinite Campus.  Log in and go to the fees tab to see transportation fees.

An account was created for the parent/guardian who registered your student(s), and the login information was e-mailed to that person.  If you need to add another parent or have difficulty with your account, please contact the Help Desk.

Paying by Check or Cash

Fees may be paid by check or cash at the following locations:

  • Business Services at the Education and Administration Center
    1110 Chapel Hills Dr., 80920

  • Transportation Depot
    7408-A Duryea Dr., 80920

  • Your student's school

Students Exempt from Bus Fees

The following students are exempt from paying bus fees:

  • Special needs students who have transportation service designated as a part of their Individualized Education Plan (IEP), or

  • English as a Second Language (ESL) students who attend their designated school and live outside the walk zone (1.5 miles for elementary students or 1.75 miles for secondary students), or

  • Students who are eligible for free or reduced lunch and have completed the free and reduced meal application.

Transportation

The Transportation Department ensures students have safe and reliable transportation between the student’s bus stop, school and sanctioned activities.

Transportation

Overview
The Transportation Department ensures students have safe and reliable transportation between the student’s bus stop, school and sanctioned activities.
Hours
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday
Location
Transportation Depot
7408 Duryea Dr., Bldg. A
Colorado Springs, CO 80920

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