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The transportation system in Chesterfield County Public Schools is the largest in central Virginia.

Each day

  • We transport more than 55,000 students

  • Our buses travel about 26,000 miles  

  • Buses cover more than 2,500 routes

The transportation department works to safely transport students to and from school each day.  

When possible, bus stops are established to ensure that no elementary student must walk farther than about 0.3 miles and that middle school and high school students walk no farther than approximately 0.5 of a mile to the bus stop location.

Students must board and leave the bus at their assigned bus stop. Students should arrive at least five minutes before the time listed and 10 minutes earlier during the first week of school. 

The transportation department reserves the right to revise or change bus stops. All students who are affected by any changes will be notified in writing.

Bus Safety

Remember that buses are considered an extension of the classroom, and it is important that students follow the rules for the safety of everyone on the bus. Watch #oneCCPS students demonstrate tips on bus behavior. For a more complete list of rules, click on Bus Safety Expectations.

Versatrans e-Link Platforms and My Stop App

Versatrans e-Link is your connection to student transportation schedules. To protect the privacy of our students- and families, this information is not published anywhere else. 

You can download the My Stop mobile app to view real-time information about the location of your student’s bus during morning and afternoon routes. 

Transportation Areas


Click on each area to see what schools are supported by each area office. To contact the Transportation Department, send a message to the Transportation Department via the web form linked below or call 804-748-1656.

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