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Bus Stop Location Changes

How do I request a bus stop location change?

(I have concerns where my student's neighborhood bus stop is currently placed.  How do I request it moved to a new location?)

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Learn More about the Bus Stop Tracking Software.
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Help Avoid Overcrowding on Buses

Let Us Know If Your Student(s) Will Need Bus Service

Does your high school student drive themselves or other siblings?

Is your student involved in sports?

Are you driving your student(s) to school? 

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Address Change

 I'm Moving and Need to Change my Student's Bus Stop

To avoid bus delays at the start of the school year, please change your address with the school as soon as you have moved.  Changes done less than one week prior to the first day of school cannot be guaranteed bus transportation for the new address. 

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Transportation Form and Bus Stop Changes

Before & After School Transportation / Bus Stop Changes

  • (I need to change my student's before and/or after school bus stop to a daycare/sitter or neighborhood stop.
  • (I am enrolling a new student who needs a daycare/sitter stop.)
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Bus Expectations Signs Posted in All TCSD Buses

A listing of the Bus Expectations are now posted in all Twinsburg City School buses.  To see a copy of the expectations click here. More +
Transportation Office Phone Number:

Transportation Supervisor:
Mark Desmond 

Assistant Transportation Supervisor:
Tracy Abbott

Bonnie Vaidean


Email address (note it has no underscore):

When to stop for a school bus

On a road with fewer than four lanes:
On a road with fewer than four lanes, all traffic approaching a stopped school bus from either direction must stop at least 10 feet from the front or rear of the bus and remain stopped until the bus begins to move or the bus driver signals motorists to proceed.

On a road with four or more lanes:If the bus is stopped on a street with four or more lanes, ONLY traffic proceeding in the SAME  direction as the bus must stop.
  • Never pass a school bus on the right
  • All school busses MUST stop before crossing railroad tracks, never pass a bus at a railroad crossing
  • Be aware of school zone signals and always obey the posted speed limits
Failure to stop for a school bus adds 2 points to your license in Ohio and is punishable by fines up to $500.  You must appear in court and the judge has the discretion to suspend your driver’s license for up to one year.