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Transportation

Parents will need to register for a Parent Portal Account through EZRouting or on the BusQuest.
Just search for the BusQuest application on your cell phone, IOS or Android. You can submit
transportation requests, address changes to transportation and contact information. Parents will be
able to see their students busing information no later than August 28th, 2020.
Transportation WILL NOT be sending postcards out this year. We’ll notify you when bus schedules
are available. You can view assignments in your portal or BusQuest.
We encourage parents to monitor the portal and their email. Transportation is subject to change as
information and guidelines are received from the state.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the Transportation Department!

 

                 


                    

 

District Transportation Services - 809 E Tinkham Avenue

Transportation Supervisor: Deborah Wilsey

Contact Number: 231-845-3890

Summer Office hours: 7:00 am to 3:30 pm

School Year Office hours:  6am - 10am & 1pm – 5pm

Welcome to the Ludington Area Schools Transportation Department.  We take great pride in transporting such precious cargo every day.  Our mechanics and bus drivers work together keeping our buses safe and in flawless working condition.  We pride ourselves on timely arrival
and return of your students.  All students are required to be outside waiting for the bus at the bus stop 5 minutes prior to arrival.

Michigan Department of Education Bus FAQ

 

Bus & Location

 

Coming soon.

 

 

Michigan Secretary of State Traffic Laws: What Every Driver Must Know Regarding School Busses


Use extra care around busses and in school zones. Children are small and hard to see and may dart into the street or out from around parked vehicles. 

Never drive around a school bus with its red overhead lights flashing; it is picking up or dropping off passengers. It is not necessary to stop for a school bus stopped on the other side of a divided highway, where the road is separated by a barrier such as a concrete or grass median, island or other structures that separate the flow of traffic (see image below). 

                                                

Fines for failing to stop for a school bus are double what would normally be assessed for a moving violation. Increased fines and imprisonment may result for violations resulting in injury or death. 

Know Your School Bus Signals!
 

When the YELLOW hazard                                                                
lights are flashing, proceed                         
with caution. 

When the YELLOW overhead
lights are flashing, be prepared         
to stop. 

                                                     

When the RED overhead lights are flashing, stop at least 20 feet from the school bus. Remain stopped until the flashing red lights are turned off or the bus resumes its travels.

                                                         

Cited from: What Every Driver Must Know. (2017). Lansing, MI: Michigan Dept. of State.

Please take a moment to review the following article regarding Michigan school bus laws and safety tips: 
https://patch.com/michigan/across-mi/passing-school-bus-michigan-laws-fines-safety-tips