Transportation

transportationMario Loccisano, Coordinator of Pupil Transportation
School 12
475 First Street, Troy, New York 12180
Office: 518-328-5439
Fax: 518-271-5445
transport@troycsd.org

The Enlarged City School District of Troy offers bus transportation to students who are residents of the Enlarged City School District of Troy and those who attend public, private, parochial and charter schools (with the exception of those within the “walk-zone”). Late buses are provided for middle and high school students who stay after school for activities.

The major objectives of the Transportation Department include the following:

  1. To provide safe and efficient transportation in an equitable manner to all eligible students.
  2. To adapt busing to the needs of the instructional program whenever practical.
  3. To explore and implement cost-effective procedures and practices whenever practical.

 

Who To Contact

For help with: Contact Phone number
Late Bus

No Bus

Lost or Stolen Items

Durham 272-2410 or

266-9331 or

266-9332

Special Needs Students Pupil Services 328-5006
Medically Approved Transportation Star & Strand for Mini-Bus 272-8248
Change of Address or New Student Registration Central Registration 328-5007
Field/ Athletic Trips

Incident on a Bus

Pick-up/Drop-Off

Schedules

Stop Changes

Transportation 328-5439

 

New District Residents

Once residency verification is confirmed by Central Registration, notification of student transportation bus schedules takes approximately 48 hours.

The deadline for requests for transportation from new residents of the district is 30 days after establishing residence in the district. The parent/guardian is responsible for providing Central Registration with proof of residency.

Private, Charter and Parochial Students

Students who reside within the Troy City School District and plan to attend a private, charter or parochial school must submit a transportation request form by April 1 for the following school year.

 

Medical Conditions

A student’s medical condition must be reported to both the School Nurse and the Coordinator of Transportation. Any changes to the medical condition must also be reported. All medical records are kept confidential, information is only shared on a ‘need to know’ basis for Transportation purposes.

Requests for Special Transportation due to an injury or other temporary medical condition must be accompanied by detailed instructions from the student’s physician and School Nurse. These instructions should include the exact needs and expected duration of the special Transportation request. All special Transportation requests are subject to approval by the Transportation Department.

Please contact your School Nurse to initiate this process.