The Office of Pupil Transportation (OPT) is the largest school transportation department in the country. Over 600,000 New York City students attending both public and non-public schools located within the five boroughs and neighboring counties in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut use these services. OPT also provides bus service for more than 160,000 field trips every year.
2015 - Fall School Bus Stop Information
Starting August 28, parents and families of children using a school bus to get to school can find their child's bus stop information on the OPT Website or by calling the OPT Customer Service Center.
View 2015 Fall School Bus Information
Find Your Child's Bus Stop or Route
Which bus route has my child been assigned? If you know your child’s student ID and birthday, you can get the answer to this and other questions on the Transportation Search Page.If you don’t know your child's student ID, call The Office of Pupil Transportation at (718) 392-8855.
Did The Bus Break Down?
Sometimes buses are delayed because of traffic congestion or mechanical failure. Check to see if your child's route has been affected.
Change Your Special Ed Afternoon Drop-Off Location
If you would like the school bus to drop your child off in the afternoon in a location that's different from where it picks them up in the morning, read this information to find out how.
View, print or save the instructions and forms in: English or Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish or Urdu.
Is My Child Eligible for GE Transportation?
Your child's eligibility depends upon how old they are and how near your residence is to the school they attend. Get more information here.
Student MetroCards Explained
In New York City, many students get to and from school using public transportation and Student Metrocards. Learn more about them here.