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Transportation

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 Expectations
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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.

My Stop App

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Versatrans My Stop 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 app to access e-Link from a mobile device. 

NOTE: GPS hardware that allows buses to be seen on the My Stop app is in the process of being updated as some of the hardware is no longer supported by Verizon. Buses that have not yet received updated hardware will not appear on the My Stop app until new hardware is installed.  As of Tuesday, Jan. 3, about 65% of buses in service have received new GPS hardware and work to replace the hardware on remaining buses will be completed as soon as possible. 

Transportation Areas

For assistance

Click on your area to find contact information

How to reach us

📞 804-768-6238

📞 804-768-6239

High Schools

  • Bird
  • Meadowbrook

Middle Schools

  • Falling Creek
  • Manchester
  • Salem Church

Elementary Schools

  • Bellwood
  • Bensley
  • Beulah
  • Chalkley
  • Chester Early Childhood Learning Academy
  • Davis
  • Falling Creek
  • Gates
  • Hening
  • Hopkins
  • Jacobs
  • Salem

For general information, call 804-717-6233.

📞 804-378-2475

📞 804-378-2476

High Schools

  • James River
  • Midlothian
  • Monacan

Middle Schools

  • Midlothian
  • Providence
  • Robious
  • Tomahawk

Elementary Schools

  • Bon Air
  • Crestwood
  • Gordon
  • Greenfield
  • Old Hundred
  • Reams
  • Robious
  • Watkins
  • Weaver

For general information, call 804-717-6233.

How to reach us

📞 804-739-6260

High Schools

  • Clover Hill
  • Cosby
  • Manchester

Middle Schools

  • Bailey Bridge
  • Swift Creek

Elementary Schools

  • Clover Hill
  • Crenshaw
  • Evergreen
  • Grange Hall
  • Providence
  • A. Smith
  • Spring Run
  • Swift Creek
  • Winterpock
  • Woolridge

For general information, call 804-717-6233.

How to reach us

📞 804-796-2604

📞 804-796-2605

High Schools

  • Carver College and Career Academy
  • Thomas Dale 
  • Matoaca 

Middle Schools

  • Carver 
  • Davis 
  • Matoaca 

Elementary Schools

  • M. Christian 
  • Curtis 
  • Ecoff 
  • Enon 
  • Ettrick
  • Harrowgate 
  • Matoaca 
  • E. Scott 
  • Wells

For general information, call 804-717-6233.

How to reach us

📞 804-768-6124

For general information, call 804-717-6233.

Specialty Centers, Governor's Schools and CodeRVA

Transportation is provided to High School Specialty Centers, Governor’s Schools and CodeRVA.

Specialty centers inside the student’s attendance zone will ride their regular neighborhood bus to and from school.

For students attending a specialty center outside their attendance zone, a governor’s school or CodeRVA:

Morning

Specialty Centers, Governor’s Schools and CodeRVA

  • Students ride a bus to the middle school in their attendance zone (with the exception of Tomahawk Middle – see note below)
  • At the middle school, students transfer to a bus that takes them to one of two designated hub locations, Clover Hill High School or L.C. Bird High School.
  • There, students board a bus that takes them to the specialty center, governor’s school or CodeRVA.
  • For students in the Tomahawk Middle School attendance zone:
    • Parents must provide transportation for students to an express bus stop. These are group pick-up/drop-off sites located within three miles of their home.
    • From the express bus stop, students are transported to their designated hub location, Clover Hill High School or L.C. Bird High School.
    • From there, students transfer to a bus that takes them to the specialty center, governor’s school or Code RVA.

Afternoon

Specialty Centers

  • Specialty center students are transported from their school to a designated hub location, either Clover Hill High School or L.C. Bird High School.
  • From there, they transfer to a bus that will take them to their express bus stop located within three miles of their home.

Governor’s Schools and CodeRVA

  • In the afternoon, governor’s schools and CodeRVA students are transported directly to their designated express stop for drop off.

Governor’s School Morning Bus Departure Schedules

Appomattox Regional Governor’s School

LocationDeparture Time
Bailey Bridge MS7:15 a.m.
Carver MS7:05 a.m.
Elizabeth Davis MS7:10 a.m.
Falling Creek MS7:25 a.m.
Manchester MS7:30 a.m.
Matoaca MS7:20 am
Midlothian MS7:36 am
Providence MS7:25 a.m.
Robious MS7:09 a.m.
Salem MS7:33 a.m.
Swift Creek MS7:30 a.m.
Thomas Dale HS7:20 a.m.


Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School and Code RVA

LocationDeparture time
Bailey Bridge MS7:37 a.m.
Carver MS7:05 a.m.
Elizabeth Davis MS7:10 a.m.
Falling Creek MS7:25 a.m.
Manchester MS7:30 a.m.
Matoaca MS7:20 a.m.
Midlothian MS7:36 a.m.
Providence MS7:25 a.m.
Robious MS7:09 a.m.
Salem MS7:33 a.m.
Swift Creek MS7:30 a.m.
Thomas Dale HS7:20 a.m.

Students who attend a center-based gifted (CBG) site in their attendance zone will ride their regular neighborhood bus to and from school.

For students attending a CBG site outside of their attendance zone:

Morning

Parents must provide transportation to a designated express bus stop – a group pick-up/drop-off location within three miles of their home. If a student’s home is located beyond the three-mile radius, the family should contact their area transportation office to discuss establishing a bus stop on a main artery road.

Afternoon

Tomahawk Creek Middle School students attending CBG sites at Swift Creek Middle School will ride buses to TCMS where they will board their neighborhood bus to go home.
All other students will be transported to the high school in their attendance zone where they will be supervised until boarding a high school bus that will take both high school and CBG students to their neighborhood bus stops.
Note that after-school supervision is not available for CBG students at CBG sites, TCMS or high schools after those schools are dismissed.

Parents who pick up their child after dismissal should do so at their CBG site. Parents who wish to pick up their child at their home high school or TCMS must follow pick-up procedures for those sites.

Due to a Chesterfield County student holiday

When CCPS is closed but governor’s schools and CodeRVA remain open, parents must provide morning transportation to the middle school in their attendance zone. Click here to see when buses depart middle schools to determine what time to have your child there. From the middle schools, a bus will take students to governor’s schools and CodeRVA. In the afternoon, students will ride the bus directly to their express bus stop.

Due to inclement weather

When CCPS is closed due to weather, no transportation is provided.

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