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    Los Angeles Unified is offering transportation to all students, based on availability. If transportation can be provided, priority will be given to students who reside in areas where buses are available. Students will be picked up at a nearby corner or school site. Please view the instructional video and click the button below to go to Parent Portal to request school bus transportation.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

A: Based upon bus and seating availability and the student’s residence proximity from home to school. Elementary students who reside over 1 mile and secondary students who reside over 2 miles from their school will be eligible to request transportation. Once transportation is confirmed, you will be provided with the route numbers and pick-up and drop-off information.

A: No action is needed for the current school year. However, transportation requests will need to be submitted for the Fall 2024-25 School Year.

A: Yes, for Fall 2024 and going forward, all families need to opt-in for transportation.

A: If your child has a transportation IEP, your child will automatically be eligible for transportation. You will not be required to submit a transportation request. If you have additional questions regarding Special Education Transportation, please call (213) 241-6701.

A: Yes, TFA will provide routing based on availability and first come, first serve basis. If you have additional questions regarding Special Education Transportation, please call (213) 241-6701.

A: Yes, you can. Please go through the Student Health and Human Services division as there are additional resources available for your family.

A: No action is needed for the current school year. However, transportation requests will need to be submitted for the Fall 2024-25 School Year.

A: Yes.

A: Transportation services are good for the school year for which your student has been approved.

A: A minimum of 1 ride every 10 days is required to maintain a seat on the bus. If it is determined that this requirement is not met, then services will be discontinued. However, parents may request for transportation again.

A: You will be notified in the 3rd week of July of your student’s transportation status. If your student has been approved, the confirmation will include their route information.

A: Routing information can be viewed via the Parent Portal.

A: When a route is available, elementary students who reside over 1 mile and secondary school students who reside over 2 miles from their school qualify for transportation services. Seats are also based on a first come first served basis.

A: Please contact your region’s Parent and Community Engagement Office for assistance with the Parent Portal:

i. Region East – (323) 224-3382

ii. Region North – (818) 654-3600

iii. Region South – (310) 354-3230

iv. Region West – (310) 914-2124 

  • For all other questions, please contact (213) 443-1300, Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.