Covering more than 1,270,000 miles each year, the Transportation Department offers safe and reliable travel to and from Spring-Ford schools as well as more than 100 non-public schools, serving more than 6,000 students each day.
- Students should arrive to the bus stop 10 minutes prior to assigned time.
- Families can download the Bus App to receive notification if a bus would not be running on time.
Custers Garage is actively seeking qualified drivers for both permanent and substitute routes. Competitive compensation packages are available. Please call 610-323-6820 ext. 121.
All drivers must complete the required Act 114: FBI Fingerprint Check, Act 151: Child Abuse History Clearance, and Act 34: Criminal History Report.
Bus safety is not just the responsibility of the bus driver. Bus safety takes the bus driver as well as the bus company, the school district, parents, students, public drivers and the community as a whole to have safe bus transportation. Everyone has a little part in keeping children safe before, during and after a school bus ride to and from school. We want to encourage you to review the safety tip below and then also scroll to the bottom of the page, click on the link titled "Student Responsibilities and Safety". Please review the information with your child or children to help give them safe bus transportation.
Karen Henry, Transportation Coordinator
Vanessa Puco, Transportation Secretary
SAFETY TIP/SCHOOL BUS DANGER ZONEStudents should enter and exit their school bus according to the diagram above (the green area). The gray area around the school bus indicates a 10 feet area. Students should not stand, wait or walk closer than 10 feet to their bus. This DANGER ZONE is a blind area for the driver and they may not be able to see you. NEVER RUN TOWARDS OR AFTER A BUS even when it is stopped. The red area indicates extreme danger. Students should NEVER enter these extremely dangerous areas around the school bus.
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REVIEW THIS SAFETY TIP WITH YOUR CHILDREN!