The Seattle Public Schools Transportation Department provides yellow bus, door-to-door, Metro, and cab service to a variety of students attending Seattle Public Schools and Head Start.
Free and Reduced Lunch ORCA Card Program
The City of Seattle is funding a program to provide secondary students (grades 6-12) who qualify for the district's Free and Reduced Lunch Program (FRL) with ORCA cards.
To participate in the program, students must qualify for the FRL Program and live between one (1) to two (2) miles from their assigned school. Students who are currently receiving district provided transportation do not qualify for this program.
Families who would like to apply for the program must submit a program consent form and an ORCA card Conditions of Usage Agreement.
For more information, please see the program consent form. Submission instructions are on the program consent form.
Hourly Transportation Employment Opportunities
The Transportation Department is looking for Hourly Bus Monitors and Crossing Guards.
Please contact Yvonne Carpenter, Field Staff Lead, for further information.
From time to time, weather may force a change in the district’s normal operating routines. Check our Inclement Weather Transportation Plan webpage for information about how decisions are made, how information is disseminated to families, and what parents and guardians can expect. Read more about transportation in the event of ice or snow.
Transportation Service Standards 2015-16
Transportation Service Standards for the 2015-16 school year were approved at the school board meeting January 2015.
More information about the standards and other information for the 2015-16 school is available below: