The Elk Grove Unified School District Transportation Department provides home-to-school transportation to traditional, year-round and special education students who reside within the board-approved busing guidelines, as well as transportation for field trips.

Bus transportation plays a significant role in saving lives, reducing traffic and improving air quality. The district operates one of the cleanest fleets in California. Our bus drivers help us achieve reduced emissions and are the first people many of our students engage with at the start of their school day and we need more drivers. Visit the EGUSD Career Opportunities page to apply now to become a bus driver with competitive pay and great benefits!

How to Receive Bus Route Updates

Here Comes The Bus is an easy-to-use website and app that enables parents to see the location of their child’s school bus on a smartphone, tablet, or personal computer.

  • View the real-time location of your child’s bus
  • Access the app from your smartphone, tablet or computer
  • Receive push notifications or email alerts
  • Send your child to the bus stop at just the right time, every time.

Learn how to get started

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Foggy Day / Inclement Weather Policy

Foggy or inclement weather may result in service delays or cancellations. By law, school buses are prohibited from traveling when there is less than 200 feet of visibility in each direction. Parents are advised to listen to or watch local television and radio stations for weather updates and service delays. You may also call our weather hotline at (916) 686-7733 and select #3 or check this website for updates. Students should not stand at the bus stop longer than 30 minutes beyond the usual bus arrival time. Remember, while the sun may have broken through in your area, your bus may still be experiencing delays.

Calculating Time Student Will Be Home on a Minimum Day

The drivers run the same route as on a regular schedule so if your student has a 20 minute ride it should still be around 20 minutes from the time school gets out.

Example school is normally out at 3:00 pm and my student gets home at 3:45 pm so the ride is 45 minutes. If the school gets out at 1:00 pm today add the 45 minutes and they should be home at around 1:45 p.m.

Lakhy Singh - ATU Classified Employee of the Year

Lakhy Singh is a Scheduling Technician in the Transportation Department. He began working in the district in 2004. He handles company changes and redirects with professionalism and sees challenges as a chance to shine. He is extremly savvy when it comes to technology, often first trained in new software and system enhancements to help his department get up to speed on improvments and bugs. When barraged with complaints and updates he remains cool and at ease fixing each item as needed. His level of customer service and support makes him stand out. Thank you Mr. Singh for your contributions and dedicated service to the district!