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**2019-2020 passes go on sale in April (AFTER SPRING BREAK) exact date to be determined**


Wednesday, March 20th, AFTERNOON RUN:

1:52am - Routes being covered as follows:

MV20 bus will cover the WD11A and PV11 routes

MV19A bus will cover the GV6 and LC6 routes

MV25 will cover the GV4 and LC4 routes

First Student does not report any anticipated lateness due to covered buses.

WHEN BUSES ARE COMBINED, DRIVERS WILL ASSIST STUDENTS TO MAKE SURE THEY GET ON THE CORRECT BUSES.  Please don't hesitate to call Heidi with any questions at 925-973-2649.



For now, you can find the most timely and accurate information about route/stop service alerts on the TRAFFIX website.

PASS SALES UPDATE!  Bus passes for  the 2019-2020 school year will go on sale in April, exact date TBD.

FIRST STUDENT IS HIRING BUS DRIVERS!  Click Here for more information.

WAIT LIST UPDATE:  If you are on the Wait List and want to inquire about seat availability, please contact TRAFFIX Administrative Coordinator, Heidi Kenniston-Lee, at

Please Note:  When you purchase a TRAFFIX bus pass, it can take several weeks to receive the physical pass.  Until you receive your bus pass, please print your receipt and show it to the bus driver until you receive your pass.


CLICK HERE to add your student to a Waiting List for a Sold-Out Route.


New to TRAFFIX? Get Ready for Pass Sales! Click here for "BUY A PASS" Instructions

"I like to ride the bus to school because I get to see friends that I don't normally see in school. I get to talk with my friends which I'm not allowed to do in class. It also saves gas money for my parents."

— Vitor, Pine Valley 6th Grader

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"Yes, our daughter loves riding the bus. And even though we only live a few blocks away, it is so nice to just walk her out to the street and not have to pack up everyone in the car on a rainy day just to take one child to school."

— Major Bryan Keels, Walt Disney Parent

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It`s SAFE. Children who ride school buses are 25 times less likely to be injured in an accident than kids driven to school in private vehicles. With seat belts, steel reinforced side panels, GPS and video monitoring, school buses are the safest vehicles on the road today.