St. Paul Public School's Transportation Department
Office Hours 6:30 a.m.- 6:30 p.m. (open on school days during the school year)
(Note: the office closes after it's afternoon route sequence is cleared, generally 6:30-7:00 p.m.)
The Saint Paul Public Schools provides student transportation service to over 39,500 public, non-public, and charter school students attending over 179 schools and self-contained programs.
The Transportation Department is responsible for the provision of student transportation, scheduling of all field, athletic, and Community Education trips, and for administration of the School Patrol Program. Click here for the Transportation Department's page for more information about current weather conditions and Snow Emergencies.
Eligibility for transportation service is governed by the Board of Education Policy on Transportation Eligibility. Generally, a student must reside one or more miles from the attendance area school, or District wide magnet program, to be eligible for transportation service.
Transportation Safety is a shared responsibility with the active participation of parents, school staff, and school bus drivers vital to the student safety.