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Request for Proposal (RFP)

Weld County School District 6


Student Transportation Services
Offers Due:
March 20, 2018

Point of Contact -

Scott Francies, Purchasing Manager

Weld County School District 6

1025 9th Avenue

Greeley, CO 80631

Phone: 970.348.6151

Fax: 970.348.6033

Email: sfrancies@greeleyschools.org

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Instructions to Bidders .............................................................................................. 4


Section I – Fleet......................................................................................................... 11
Section II – Routes .................................................................................................... 14
Section III – Staff ...................................................................................................... 17
Section IV – General Requirements.............................................................................. 21
Section V – Costs ....................................................................................................... 27
Section VI – Evaluation Criteria & Award ...................................................................... 28
Section VII – General Conditions of the Agreement ....................................................... 30

Exhibits
Exhibit 1 – Proposal Acknowledgement ........................................................................ 34
Exhibit 2 – Required Supplemental Information ............................................................ 35
Exhibit 3 – Signature Line for Proposer’s Questionnaire ................................................. 42
Exhibit 4 – Rate Sheet…………………………………………………… .......................................... 43
Exhibit 5 – Current List of Transportation Positions ....................................................... 45
Exhibit 6 – School Calendar (draft) 2018-2019………………………………………………….. ......... 50
Exhibit 7 – List of Schools with Bell Times .................................................................... 51
Exhibit 8 – Fleet Information ....................................................................................... 53
Exhibit 9 – Routing Data ............................................................................................. 59
Exhibit 10 – 2016/2017 Trips ...................................................................................... 117
Exhibit 11 – District Site Map ...................................................................................... 118
Exhibit 12 – Transportation Site Floor Plan ................................................................... 119

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION/PROPOSALS

Student Transportation Services

PROJECT

Weld County School District 6 is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide and maintain
the required number of school buses and bus drivers to transport conveniently, safely and
reliably, all students designated by the District to be served under the provisions of the
contract. Such transportation shall be provided for regular home‐to‐school and special education
(including school‐to‐school) transportation service for each and every day that the school is
convened and, in addition, Contractor shall during the period of this agreement provide
transportation for all students or other authorized personnel as may be required by the District
for field trips, athletic activities, extended school year, summer school, or any other purpose
designated by the District. The current school year is based generally on 181 days of school in
which transportation is required. Additional District information and statistics can be found at
www.greeleyschools.org

TIMELINE & PROPOSAL GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

February 16, 2018 – Issue RFP

February 24, 2019 – Pre-bid Mandatory Conference – Site and Fleet inspection

March 7, 2018 - Vendor questions due in writing via email (3pm)

March 9, 2018 - Vendor questions answered and posted via addendum on Rocky
Mountain Bid Systems (3pm)

March 20, 2018 - Vendor Submissions due in WCSD6 Purchasing Office (3pm)

March 23, 2018 - Finalists selected and notified via email

March 27, 2018 - Oral presentations (if needed)

April 11, 2018 - Complete Negotiations

April 23, 2018 - Present Award to Board of Education

April 24, 2018 - Anticipated Award Date

The above dates are subject to change at the District’s discretion.

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INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

1. Introduction

The term “District” throughout this solicitation means the Weld County School District 6,
the term “Bidder” means the Person or Firm that submits an offer in response to this
Solicitation, and the term “Provider” means the Bidder(s) awarded a contract as a result of
this solicitation.

2. Solicitation Review

Bidders must carefully review this document and are responsible for knowing and
understanding the terms and conditions included in or applicable to this solicitation. Unless
defects, ambiguities, omissions, or errors are brought to the District’s attention by noon on
the fifth day prior to Closing, protests or appeals based on such defects, ambiguities,
omissions, or errors received after issuance of the Notice of Intent to Award will not be
favorably considered.

3. Offer

A submission in response to this solicitation is the Bidder’s Offer to enter into a Contract.
By signing and returning the Offer, the Bidder acknowledges he/she has read, understands
and agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions contained in this document. The Offer
is a “Firm Offer,” and must be held open by the Bidder for the District’s acceptance for
sixty (60) days. The District’s Award of a Contract constitutes acceptance of the Offer and
binds a Provider to the contract. The Bidder must not make its Offer contingent upon the
District’s acceptance of any terms or conditions (including Specifications) other than those
contained in this solicitation.

4. Offer Preparation

Bidders must:

a. Submit a completed Bid Schedule and a completed “Proposal Acknowledgement”


(Exhibit A) as the first sheet of its submission.

b. Provide the District with all required or requested documents and narrative;

c. Initial any corrections or erasures to their Offer;

d. Provide (Proposer Acknowledgment) written acknowledgement of the receipt of all


addenda.

5. Offer Submission

a. To ensure proper identification and handling, Offers shall be submitted in an opaque,


sealed envelope appropriately marked with the Proposal number (in large block
numbers), Proposal Name and the name and address of the bidder. If the requested
number of copies does not fit into an envelope, enclose all copies in a box, seal it and
attach a label on top with the appropriate information.

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b. Offers are to be delivered to the address below via USPS, UPS, FEDEX, other delivery
service, or by hand, not later than the stated deadline. Facsimile Offers will NOT be
accepted.

Weld County School District 6


Purchasing Department
Attn: Scott Francies
1025 9th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631

c. The District is not responsible for Offers submitted in any manner, format or to any
delivery point other than as required.

d. Bidders are solely responsible for ensuring that the District receives their Offers at the
required delivery point prior to closing. Offers received after the deadline will be
refused and returned unopened at the Bidder’s expense.

6. Pre‐Bid Conference

A pre Bid conference is conducted to explain the procurement requirements, to provide


information, or to conduct site inspections. The conference will allow Bidders an
opportunity to address deficiencies, defective specifications, or other bid concerns. The
purpose is to identify and resolve issues that may have the potential of creating an award
protest. Statements made by District representatives at the pre Bid conference shall not
change the solicitation unless the District confirms such statements with a written
Addendum. A pre‐ bid conference will be held –

February 24, 2018 at 9am


Weld County School District 6
Transportation Department
155 East 27th Street
Greeley, CO 80631

7. Addenda

a. The District may change this solicitation by written addenda.

b. All addenda shall be issued not later than four (4) working days prior to the bid closing.

c. Bidders shall provide written acknowledgement of receipt of any Addenda on the


provided Offer Form.

d. Bidders are responsible to make inquiry as to any Addenda issued. Bidders should
frequently check with the District regarding Addenda until bid closing, (i.e., at least
once weekly until the week of the bid closing and at least once daily the week prior to
closing).

e. At its discretion, the District may extend the closing to allow bidders time to analyze
and adjust to changes.
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f. Addenda to this Solicitation shall be posted on Rocky Mountain BidNet and Bonfire.

8. Modification or Withdrawal

A bidder may modify or withdraw its offer in writing only prior to closing. Modification or
withdrawal must be marked and delivered as described in OFFER SUBMISSION above.
Bidders are responsible for ensuring that the District receives its modification or
withdrawal. Modifications or withdrawal must be prepared and submitted on the Bidder’s
letterhead, signed by an authorized representative of the Bidder.

a. Modifications: Shall state that the modification amends and supersedes the prior offer.

b. Withdrawals: The Bidder may withdraw its offer in person prior to the closing, upon
presentation of appropriate identification and evidence of authority satisfactory to the
District. The District shall void any date and time stamp mark.

9. Receipt, Opening, and Recording of Offers

a. The District shall time stamp each Offer and any modification upon receipt.

b. The District shall not be responsible for the premature opening or failure to open an
Offer that is not properly addressed and/or identified.

c. The District shall publicly open Offers including modifications made to the Offer.

10. Late Offers, Withdrawals, or Modifications

Any Offer received after the closing is late. A Bidder’s request for withdrawal or
modification of an Offer received after closing is late. The District shall not consider late
Offers, withdrawals or modifications except as permitted in MISTAKES below. The District
reserves the right to consider Offers that have been delayed or mishandled by the District.

11. Mistakes by Bidder

The District shall carefully consider whether to permit waiver, correction or withdrawal of
Offers for certain mistakes. The District must not allow a Bidder to correct or withdraw an
Offer for an error in judgment. The District must reject any Offer in which a mistake is
evident on the face of the Offer. If certain mistakes in an Offer are discovered after
Opening, but before Award of the Contract, the District may take the following action:

a. The District may waive, or permit a Bidder to correct, a minor informality; a matter of
form rather than substance that is evident on the face of the Offer, or an insignificant
mistake that can be waived or corrected without prejudice to other Bidders.

b. The District may correct a clerical error if the error is evident on the face of the Offer,
or other documents submitted with the Offer, and the Bidder confirms the District’s
correction in writing. A clerical error is a Bidder error in transcribing its Offer.

c. The District may permit a Bidder withdraw an Offer based on one or more clerical
errors in the Offer.
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12. Offer Evaluation and Award

a. EVALUATION: The District will utilize the following objective factors to determine that
Offer which provides the District with the optimal or best value.

CLARIFICATION OF BIDS: After the Bid Opening, the District may conduct
Discussions with apparent Responsive Bidder(s) for the purpose of clarification and to
assure full understanding of the Bid.

OBJECTIVE CRITERIA: The District may allow, at its discretion, certain other
objective evaluation criteria. Examples of such criteria include but are not limited to
Bidders’ performance history on other contracts, experience of key personnel,
adequacy of equipment and facility, financial wherewithal, sources of supply,
references and other provisions.

13. Offer Rejection

a. The District may reject any Offer:

When the rejection is in the best interest of the District.

That fails to meet the Specifications of the Solicitation.

That is submitted late.

b. The District may reject all Offers based upon the following criteria:

Misconduct, error, or ambiguous or misleading provisions in the Solicitation


threaten the fairness and integrity of the competitive process.

Causes other than legitimate market forces threaten the integrity of the competitive
process. Such as collusion, corruption, and/or inadvertent or intentional errors in
the Solicitation.

Any other circumstance indicating that awarding the Contract would not be in the
public interest.

14. Protest, Change, Clarification

a. Questions: All questions regarding this Bid must be submitted via electronic mail to the
attention of Scott Francies at sfrancies@greeleyschools.org. All questions received
prior to the deadline must be received in electronic form and will be answered by
addenda.

b. Response: All questions will be answered by the District via addenda posted on Rocky
Mountain BidNet and Bonfire.

15. Offer Costs

The District is not liable for any costs incurred by the Bidder in its Offer preparation.
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16. Use of Brand or Trade Names

Any brand or trade names used by Weld County School District 6 in bid specifications are
for the purpose of describing and establishing the standard of quality, performance and
characteristics desired and are not intended to limit or restrict competition. Bidders may
submit bids for substantially equivalent products to those designated unless the Invitation
to Bid provides that a specific brand is necessary because of compatibility requirements,
etc.

17. Change in Service Volume or Scope

District, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to modify its transportation needs at any
time during the term of this Agreement. The Parties understand and agree that
Contractor's ability to provide the services under this Agreement at the rates set forth in
Exhibit 4 is dependent upon the expectation that the District's transportation needs will
remain unchanged during the term of this Agreement. In the event that a modification in
District's transportation needs results in a material change in services under this
Agreement (hereafter "Schedule Readjustment"), the Parties shall negotiate in good faith
an adjustment in Contractor's then existing rates. For purposes of this Agreement, the
following shall be Schedule Readjustments:

a. An increase or decrease in the number of vehicles required under the Agreement by


more than five percent (5%) from the average number of vehicles in use;

b. An increase or decrease in the length of the school day by more than thirty minutes;

c. An increase or decrease in the number of days in the school year for which
transportation is to be provided;

d. An increase or decrease in miles or hours by greater than 5% in a single Contract Year


or at any time by greater than 10% from the first day of the Contract Year; or
e. Adding or deleting programs qualifying for school bus transportation which increases
or decreases five percent (5%) or more, the scheduled routes run by Contractor.

18. Insurance Coverage & Limits

Contractor shall, at its expense, procure and keep in force during the entire term of this
Agreement for claims arising under this Agreement, General Liability and Automobile
Liability Insurance to protect Contractor, its drivers and other personnel. Contractor shall
provide General Liability limits of not less than $10,000,000.00 each occurrence and
aggregate bodily injury and property damage and $10,000,000.00 Personal Injury each
occurrence and aggregate; Automobile Liability limits of not less than $10,000,000.00.00
combined single limit for bodily injury and damage to property for all owned, hired and
non-owned autos; Upon request, Contractor agrees to provide to District a certificate of
insurance evidencing such coverage and designating District as an additional insured as its
interest may appear for both the General and Automobile Liability programs, such
certificate to be provided by July 1st of each Contract Year, or on renewal of such policies.
All insurance policies shall provide that no coverage shall be canceled except by thirty (30)
days’ written notice to Contractor and District. Insurer shall maintain a minimum A.M.
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Best's & Company rating of A or Contractor shall obtain insurance from a company
mutually agreed upon between Contractor and District. Upon request, Contractor shall
provide District with a certificate of insurance as evidence of having statutory workers'
compensation coverage at levels and in forms required by the laws in which Contractor
shall operate for this Agreement.

District will, at its own expense, procure and keep in force general liability insurance as is
customary in the business and at limits of not less than $2,000,000.00.

19. Annual Rate Adjustment

District and Contractor recognize that certain of Contractor’s costs are subject to change
during the term of this Agreement. As such, the Parties agree that the compensation for
the services described herein shall be examined for possible increase on a year-to year
basis. The Contractor shall submit to the District a new adjusted rate schedule by the first
week of March, along with documentation justifying the rate changes submitted. The
increase shall not be greater than the percentage increase as measured by the Colorado
Cost of Living Adjustment for the preceding calendar year, unless agreed upon in writing
by the District. In no case shall the increase be more than 5%. Any agreed upon cost
adjustment shall take effect on July 1st 2019 the first year, and every July 1st through the
remaining term of the Agreement, including any extensions.

District and Contractor recognize that certain of Contractor's costs are subject to change
during the term of this Agreement. As such, District and Contractor have negotiated
escalation amounts set forth in Exhibit 4. In the event of unusual circumstances, such as
changes in state or federal taxes, laws or specifications, increased insurance or surety
premiums, driver shortage or any other condition which causes any of the Contractor’s
operating costs hereunder to increase at a rate in excess of any negotiated escalation, then
the parties shall determine a reasonable and just amount to cover such increase, and rates
of Contractor compensation set forth in Exhibit 4 shall be adjusted to reflect such increase.

20. Fuel

The Contractor will manage their own fuel contract.

21. Status of Contractor

Contractor shall be an independent contractor employed to provide transportation services


only. Neither Contractor nor any of its employees shall be held or deemed in any way to
be an agent, employee or official of District. Contractor shall be responsible for, and hold
District harmless from any liability for unemployment taxes or contributions, payroll taxes
or other federal or state employment taxes.

22. Facility

The District will lease its maintenance facility and bus lot to the successful bidder for $1 per
year. The contractor will be responsible for all custodial services. District is responsible for
structural and mechanical aspects of the building.

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No structural additions or changes will occur to the building without consent of the district.
Facility has #_6__ maintenance bays; _6__offices; __5__bathrooms and __1__driver area.
The District will make its maintenance building and shop equipment available to the
successful bidder as part of the lease. Bidders will view the transportation facility during
the mandatory pre-bid. If an additional site visit is necessary, arrangements will be made
for the Bidder to tour the facility prior to the close of the question submission period.
Condition of facility and equipment inventory will be documented prior to lease execution.

The facility where transportation is located is shared with the district’s custodial department
and administrative staff. The building will need to continue to be shared for this use.
Additionally, an outside agency, Scroll and Fan utilizes space to store their clothing.

There is not enough parking for all needed employee positions without leasing the property
to the west.

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SECTION I – FLEET

1. Fleet

The district will lease existing bus fleet which meet age requirements for $1.00 (one dollar)
a year. The contractor will replace aged out fleet with age compliant vehicles. There will be
a cost per vehicle for District owned vehicles and a cost per bus for contractor owned
vehicles. Any other vehicles will be identified prior to contract with specifications outlined.
The district will retain ownership of the white fleet, but would like a quote on the cost of
service to maintain the white fleet vehicles. A complete fleet list is attached to this RFP as
Exhibit 8.

All vehicles supplied by Contractor in performance of this Agreement shall meet or exceed
the standards established by applicable laws and regulations and shall pass annual state
required inspection. Contractor shall maintain the vehicles used to provide transportation
services under this Agreement in accordance with law and accepted industry maintenance
standards. Contractor shall examine each vehicle in accordance with its preventative
maintenance schedule during the term of this Agreement. District shall have the right to
inspect school buses and all other vehicles used in the performance of this Agreement at all
reasonable times and by all reasonable means to insure safety compliance.

The prices included with this Agreement do not include future required modifications to
vehicles. If District or any government agency shall at some time in the future mandate
that Contractor provide seat belts for use in vehicles, the Parties shall negotiate in good
faith alternative pricing and availability of vehicles to service District under this Agreement.
In the event that District or any governmental agency imposes other equipment
requirements other than those set forth above on Contractor's vehicles during the term of
this Agreement, which are specific requirements for the operation of this Agreement or
immediate installation is required for continuing operation of the vehicles, Contractor and
District shall negotiate price increases applicable to such equipment installation.

Contractor agrees that all vehicles shall be equipped with District provided two-way radios.
Contractor agrees to perform an inspection of all radios prior to the start of the school year
to ensure proper performance. District shall be responsible for any repairs and future
replacements for the two-way radios.

2. Maximum Allowable Bus/Vehicle Age

Average age of all school transportation vehicles shall not exceed 10 years. Fleet shall be
brought to average age within 5 years of the start of this contract or as negotiated.
Vehicles that exceed the following maximum age limits shall be replaced by new equivalent
or better equipment throughout the term of the contract.

3. Condition and Maintenance

Contractor shall keep all equipment used for the transportation of students in strict accordance
with the State of Colorado and Federal standards and specifications for school buses. Such
equipment shall be maintained in safe and good mechanical order at all times so as to pass
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the Colorado Department of Education school bus inspection. Such buses and vehicles shall
also be kept in a clean and sanitary condition and free from body damage including minor
dents and paint scrapes of a cosmetic nature. All damage shall be repaired within 15 days of
occurrence, unless otherwise approved by the District. Bumpers and wheels will be cleaned
as needed to retain a fresh, clean appearance. Contractor shall administer on all buses
and vehicles used by Contract in the transportation of pupils, an extensive preventative
maintenance program which shall include the minimum requirements as outlined by Colorado
Department of Education.

4. Fleet Size

Contractor shall have a fleet of adequate number and capability to guarantee service for all
of the District's pupil transportation needs, including basic Home‐to‐School, special
education needs, activities, athletics and field trips. Equipment will be added as needed to
meet increasing needs. The initial fleet will provide the following as a minimum.

a. Regular Home‐to‐School:

71+ capacity with storage: __34__

b. Special Education

Type A with wheel chair lifts: __8__

Minimum Capacity: __2__ forward facing wheel chairs; _10__ riders. All wheel chair lifts,
all tracking for wheel chair, regular seating flexibility

Type A without wheel chair lifts: __10__ ; Minimum capacity: _19__

Type D with wheel chair lifts: ___8__; Minimum capacity: __24_; __4__ wheel
chairs

c. Activities, athletics and field trips:

Provide as a minimum capacity 71+ with under storagte: __6_. These will be in
addition to buses required for Regular and Special Education buses.

Spare buses - Spare buses are defined as vehicles used as a temporary replacement
for a regular bus for reason of breakdown, maintenance or emergency. Minimum
spare factor is 10% of regular and special need buses to apply only to Regular and
Special Needs buses. Activity buses are not to be included in the count to determine
spare buses.

5. District Inspection

The District retains the unrestricted right to inspect at any time the Contractor’s facilities,
buses, records, maintenance and operational procedures and driver training as well as other
areas pertaining to compliance with contractual terms and/or required methods of
transporting pupils. If equipment is found by such inspection to not comply with legal or
contract requirements, the Contractor shall, at its expense, immediately remove such
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equipment from service, and supply substitute complying equipment. Equipment removed
from service, as the result of an inspection shall not be placed back into service without
complete correction of deficiency and authorization of the District.

6. Video Equipment

Contractor shall utilize the current digital video surveillance system that is being used on
the buses. Each bus shall have a box constructed as required for safe use, wired with the
capacity to contain video cameras. Contractor shall maintain camera systems and supply
one digital camera for each bus. Contractor shall retain ownership of the video monitoring
equipment and will be responsible for supplying all recorded video, repair and replacement
of the equipment. In addition, Contractor and District will develop and update as
necessary guidelines and procedures for handling, reviewing and disclosure of videos and
the information they may contain. All video will be stored and maintained for a period of
fourteen (14) days. District will be provided at‐will access. The buses will have a camera
in operation at all times.

a. The system will include multiple cameras (Minimum of _6_ in Type C or D and 2 in Type
A – sufficient to cover all seating – which may include two ceiling mounted wide angle
lenses stairwell and aisle views), Digital Recording (DVD or DVR), and microphone.
System components to be approved by the District.

b. Proposer will specify the system proposed and identify the costs to the District for
supplying the system. The cost will be broken out by unit cost per component and
added to the rate per hour for each bus type.

c. System will meet District specifications.

7. Student Tracking Equipment and Electronic Fleet Monitoring including GPS

All regular Home to School vehicles will utilize Zonar student tracking in operation for all
Regular and Special Education routes.

a. System will monitor student movement on and off the bus in real or near-real time.

b. Solution may be scanned bar code or radio frequency identification (RFID). In the
event RFID is proposed as a solution, contractor shall assist District in obtaining any
required ODE approvals.

c. Contractor will provide costs for equipment, software and student consumables (ID
badges, cards, etc.)

d. Equipment and software must be compatible with district student information system
(Infinite Campus)

e. System should be expandable to provide staff and parent tracking. All optional costs
should be provided in proposal response.

f. Hand held devices for CDL/CDE are required for pre and post trip inspections.

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SECTION II - ROUTES

1. Routing Schedule

Contractor may utilize the District’s routing software license. Contractor will be responsible for
on-going routing software fees and upgrades. Contractor will demonstrate in their response
their ability to maximize such software.

If Contractor prefers to utilize a different routing software, the Contractor will specify which
software and demonstrate their ability to maximize that software. If the c ontractor
proposes to modify or change its routing software, that software must also
interface with the District's student information database and the proposed
software may only be substituted after written approval by and at no cost to
District

2. Regular Home-to-School Routes

The Contractor will route all buses with safety, efficiency, and whenever possible, cost
savings in mind, following CDE rules, CDE approved supplemental plan and District policies.
The District shall retain responsibility for final approval of all routes and route changes. The
District will review routes monthly and may propose new or modified routes to the
Contractor when considered appropriate by the District. District has provided detailed routing
data in Excel format to be distributed with the RFP as Exhibit 9.

3. Athletics, Activities, Field and Other Trips

The District routinely schedules athletic, activity and field trips in its normal course of business.
For 2016-2017 there were approximately 1,048 athletic and activity trips. A summary of
activity by type and month is provided in Exhibit 10. The number of trips has slightly increased
in the 2018-2019 year for summer and after school activity trips.

4. Special Education

The Contractor shall provide services, both in and out of the district, to transport special
education students as required by the District, including provision of necessary vehicles to
accommodate all special needs. It is understood that requirements for special education
buses vary from day to day, requiring careful attention and rapid adjustments of vehicle
schedules. The Contractor shall be responsible for developing and coordinating Special
Education routes. The Contractor will assist the District in communicating routing information
to both parents and schools.

a. The Contractor shall pick up and drop off Special Education students on the same side
of the street where they reside. Contractor shall deliver the students to emergency
locations whenever directed by the District.

b. The District shall provide the Contractor with names, addresses, number of students,
start and end times and receiving schools for Special Education students who are to be
picked up and returned.

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c. Contractor shall maintain updated records as furnished by District on each Special
Education student by name, attending school, home address and phone, parent data,
emergency information, and annotations on unique problems pertaining to each
student, such as behavior, disability, or health. Each driver shall have the above
appropriate information for any given route with him/her at all times when driving and
shall maintain current information. This information shall be guarded as confidential
according to Federal and State guidelines.

d. Routing software must be utilized for Special Education routes. The District reserves the
authority to review and approve or modify these routes.

5. Route Testing

One week prior to the start of each school year the Contractor shall field‐test all routes that
the District has approved. Contractor shall notify the District of any time discrepancy in
scheduling. All drivers shall "dry‐run" their routes before the start of the school year. All
drivers, prior to being assigned or reassigned on a regular basis, shall be required to
"dry‐run" their route to insure complete familiarity with route Operation. The cost of this
will be borne by the Contractor.

6. Route Ownership

All bus routes, Regular Home‐To‐School, Special Education or any other routes or route
information that are developed by or for the District are and will remain the sole property of
the District.

7. Bus Numbers

All buses shall have the appropriate Route number, if different than the permanently affixed
number, posted in the window of the bus each and every time when providing service to a
given school. The permanent route numbers will be posted on the bus by the front door
where students load the bus and out of the driver’s line of sight.

8. Problem Solutions

If problems develop with loads, bus times, or other problems that might be corrected by
route alterations, Contractor is expected to develop such solutions and present them to the
District for consideration prior to any change.

9. Route Restrictions

In the designation and selection of routes, under this Agreement, Contractor shall be
limited to operation of equipment on highways, roads and streets that are owned and
maintained by the State of Colorado or any local municipality. However, the District at
its option in accordance with established District policy, may specify that Contractor
operate over private roads which are maintained in a condition equal to that of the
maintenance provided for public roads, given permission from property owners.

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10. Route Changes

Student transportation requirements may vary throughout the school year, resulting in
adding or deleting buses, and combining or splitting routes. Any and all route changes
shall be pre‐approved by the District. Contractor’s drivers are not to modify the
established District approved bus routes without District approval.

11. School Schedules

Establishment of school hours is the responsibility of the District. It is recognized,


however, that school hours have great impact on the ability of the Contractor to efficiently
meet the requirements of the Contract. The District will inform the Contractor of any
planned changes in school hours, from one year to the next, no later than July 1. The
Contractor will support the District in its establishment of the best combination of school
and bus schedules by August 10th, with all final decisions at the discretion of the District.

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SECTION III - STAFF

1. Transportation Director

The District will employ the current Transportation Director. The Transportation Director
will be located in the transportation operations facility. The director will work directly with
the Contractor designee. Contractor shall provide a designee to work directly with the
district transportation director. The designee will have significant supervisory experience
in the field of student transportation. The District shall have the right to require dismissal of
any Contractor designee who has not performed to the satisfaction of the District.

The transportation director shall have the experience, skills and necessary delegated
authority to take responsibility for all requirements of the contract and to speak fully for the
district. The director’s duties will include all functions necessary for full administration of all
contract requirements. These shall include, but not be limited to, responding to parent
concerns and complaints, coordinating with and supporting individual schools, supporting
and helping implement district programs for student behavior management, driver training,
etc.

The following list of responsibilities is meant to be a list of minimal responsibilities to be


covered by the Transportation Director in conjunction with the Contractor’s designee –

a. The Responsibilities of the District’s Transportation Director shall include, but not
necessarily be limited to:

Overall coordination of the program.


Provide feedback for hiring, evaluating, motivating and dismissal of
employees.
Verifying that adequate driver training in vehicle operation, student
management and public relations occurs.
Verifying that substitute drivers have adequate experience and specific
instructions on an assigned route before being assigned to that route.
Verifying that substitute drivers are trained and proficient in operating all
sizes of equipment.
Verifying that drivers are on time for scheduled routes and trips.
Communicating effectively with school officials, parents and contractor’s
employees.
Verifying that appropriate preventable and scheduled maintenance occurs.
Verifying that state reports are accurately completed in a timely manner.
Developing an effective working relationship with all appropriate contractor
personnel.
Frequently reviewing routes developed and recommending improvements
where appropriate.

2. Contractor’s Personnel

a. Contractor shall provide a sufficient work force and have on hand drivers, substitute
drivers, mechanics, and management during normal operating hours so as to be able to
perform uninterrupted reliable on time service in case of emergencies, no‐shows, and
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other exceptional circumstances. Provide a detail summary of staffing proposed for the
contract.

b. The responsibility of selecting, hiring, training, supervising and disciplining of drivers and
all other employees shall rest upon the Contractor. In the selection and hiring process,
the Contractor shall conduct a diligent and comprehensive background investigation of all
prospective employee’s criminal and safe driving record as may be allowed by law. The
Contractor shall not knowingly employ anyone who has:

A felony conviction within the past ten years or any conviction for a crime of violence,
sexual offense, drug use or sale, child abuse or child pornography.
Conviction of DUII, manslaughter, leaving the scene of an accident, or driving with a
suspended or revoked license.
Conviction within the past two years of careless or reckless driving.
Conviction of more than one offense in the past three years of speeding, violation of a
traffic signal, or citation.
A pattern of driving violations on the record.
Drivers must meet all requirements of the Colorado Department of Education School
Bus Drivers.

c. The responsibility for hiring and discharging personnel in respect to all of the foregoing
shall rest entirely upon the Contractor. The Contractor agrees that it shall enter into no
agreement or arrangement with any employee, person, group or organization which will
in any way interfere with the Contractor's ability to comply with this requirement. The
Contractor further agrees that the District shall have the right by written order to
require dismissal from the Contractor's employ or transfer of any person(s) or driver(s)
who in the opinion of the District, is not of appropriate personality, character,
temperament or qualifications to operate a school bus as set forth in this Agreement, or
who is not in compliance with this contract, the District Policy or any government laws
or regulations as related to his or her job in regard to any or all of the foregoing.

The following list of responsibilities is meant to be a list of minimal responsibilities to be


covered by the Contractor’s personnel; it should not be construed as a mandated
organizational chart. Proposer is required to include in his response to this RFP an
organizational chart.

The responsibilities of the Contractor’s field supervisor(s) shall include, but not
necessarily be limited to:
o Riding with every certified bus driver at least twice annually for the purpose of
observing and evaluating their driving practices with respect to safety,
mechanical operation, and conformance with applicable laws, rules, regulations,
adherence to specified route schedules and times and method of student
management.
o Suggesting improvements and alternate strategies.
o Monitoring, when appropriate, implementation of corrections and changes by
the drivers.
o Acting as a resource that drivers feel free to come to with potential problem.

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The responsibilities of the designated safety officer shall include, but not necessarily
be limited to:

o Coordinating employee safety meetings required by OSHA and/or CDE


o Assuring compliance with all state and federal laws.

The responsibilities of the Contractor’s trainers shall include, but not necessarily be
limited to:

o Training prospective drivers in vehicle operation to help them obtain CDL


certification.
o Providing instruction in the special handling that may be required for some special
education students.
o Providing instruction in the Defensive Driving courses.
o Coordinating the required instruction and certification in First Aid.
o Communicating with the field supervisor(s) and providing additional training,
when appropriate, for existing drivers.
o Will meet all CDE/CDL trainer qualifications

The responsibilities of the dispatchers shall include, but not necessarily be limited
to:

o Assigning substitute drivers, when required, to the home‐to‐school routes.


o Assigning drivers to field trips, athletic runs, and all other special trips.
o Working with the regularly assigned drivers to ensure that problems (delays,
etc.) are communicated to the schools.
o Working with the drivers to ensure that mechanical problems or breakdowns
are communicated to the maintenance staff.
o Verifying that all drivers have current route information (maps and narrative).
o Maintaining routing information in the District’s student information system
including student rosters for each route.

The responsibilities of the maintenance staff shall include, but not necessarily be
limited to:

o Completing preventative maintenance


o Completing scheduled maintenance
o Correcting items noted by drivers
o Completing inspection of vehicles
o Responding to breakdowns on the road
o Following on call procedures

The responsibilities of the drivers and substitute or relief drivers shall include, but
not necessarily be limited to:

o Safe operation of their vehicle


o Maintaining a defensive driving attitude
o Dealing effectively with student management problems
o Dealing effectively with school officials and members of the community
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o Supporting principals’ actions
o Meeting with principals and parents when necessary
o Monitoring times of scheduled pickups and stops
o Communicating problems and successes to their supervisor
o Following District policies and CDE regulations
o Noting and recording any problems with their vehicle
o Completing bus citations, Daily Bus Reports (DBRs) and other reports as
required by the District

3. Minimum Requirements of Drivers

a. Contractor shall permit subject school buses to be operated only by well‐trained and
competent drivers who hold valid CDL licenses with appropriate endorsements, an up to
date medical card, and otherwise meet all other pupil transportation requirements,
including the District minimum age requirement of 21.

b. Contractor shall make its best effort to hire school bus drivers and other personnel with
previous school bus driving or school transportation experience or having good aptitude
for training. The most important person to the student riding to and from school is the
individual driver.

c. Contractor shall provide a regularly assigned driver to each route. A regular driver, for the
purpose of this contract shall be a driver assigned to a specific route(s) at the
commencement of each school year and are normally expected to remain until the end
of the school year. Drivers may be transferred among routes by the Contractor whenever
the interest of the students may be served, but the District will be informed of the
reason(s) for the replacement or transfer of drivers. The District reserves the right to
request a replacement for transfer of a driver for good cause.

d. Prior to the beginning of each school year all drivers will have to satisfactorily pass a
pre‐trip inspection and behind the wheel test.

4. Staffing Hours

Contractor shall provide sufficient support staff to meet the needs of the Transportation
Department and white fleet operations. Actual times will depend on routes, but could
be between 4:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Other times required is contingent upon after school
and activity trips. The Transportation Director will be on site from the hours of 7:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. and will work in conjunction with the Contractor’s designee.

5. Emergency Contact

One or more emergency phone numbers must be provided to the District where Contractor
can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in case of emergency. The Transportation
Director, Contractor Designee and Dispatcher must have a cellular phone. Contractor will
have a mechanic and dispatcher on call during non-school days/hours.

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SECTION IV – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

1. Other Activities

a. The Contractor will, during the term of the contract, provide transportation for all
students or authorized personnel as may be required by the District on field trips,
excursions, athletic activities, or other purposes designated by the District.

b. The Contractor shall assign athletic trips, field trips or other activity trips in conjunction
with regular routes to minimize costs to the District whenever practicable. Where not
practicable to do so, these trips will be assigned based on availability of equipment
and least cost to the District.

c. The contractor shall assign any athletic, field or other activity trips within a 100 mile
radius based on the least cost to the District. The District may have the bus return to the
yard rather than pay wait time for an extended event.

2. Reports and Records

a. Discipline and Health - Contractor shall provide the District in accordance of District
policy, student incident reports of behavioral, disciplinary, or health problems that arise
during bus trips. For urgent situations, phone contact with the District Transportation
Director will be made immediately.

b. Accident - Contractor shall notify the District’s designee immediately by telephone of any
vehicle accident or injury. Contractor shall forward within twenty‐four (24) hours of each
accident where an injury is sustained a written report describing all details of such
accident. All other accident reports shall be submitted within forty‐eight (48) hours of
each accident and filed according to State law and regulations.

c. Daily Bus Report - Contractor shall use and have drivers complete a Daily Bus Report
(DBR) in a format agreed to. Reports shall be completed for each individual bus
movement by date and route. These shall remain on file at the transportation facility and
be available for District audit and review on request.

d. Bus Driver Information Reports/Records and Reports - Contractor shall provide Bus Driver
Information Reports to the District Business Office prior to the start of school and with
quarterly updates, as required by the District. The reports shall contain such information
as, but not be limited to, driver’s names, dates of birth, dates of license issuance and
expiration, bus to which assigned, and dates and types of training.

e. Records –

Contractor shall maintain and provide access to records, books, reports and accounts in
connection with the services provided hereunder in a form that is consistent with
District requirements and applicable law. District shall protect the confidentiality of
Contractor's proprietary or confidential information included in the data provided, to the
extent permitted by the Colorado Open Records Act.
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Contractor shall submit reports to the District that the District deems necessary as
negotiated between Contractor and District from time to time. All reports required by
District will be submitted on forms that are mutually agreed upon by both parties.
Contractor will not be responsible for filing on behalf of District any state or regulatory
reports concerning ridership or reimbursement. Contractor shall retain records for a
minimum of three (3) years after the termination of this Agreement. This provision
shall survive the termination of this Agreement.
Contractor shall permit the District to inspect the records, books, reports and accounts
that it maintains for District within three (3) business days of a request for such
inspection. Contractor acknowledges that District records, regardless of source of
origin, are government documents subject to the Colorado Open Records Act, FERPA,
records retention laws, and other applicable law. Contractor will maintain, retain,
disclose, and withhold District records as may be required and in the manner required
by law.
Contractor shall immediately notify the Superintendent of Schools, or his or her
designated representative, by telephone and confirmed as soon as practicable in
writing, of the occurrence of any incident involving student riders, or a traffic violation
or accident reportable by law that involves a vehicle that is being used to provide
transportation services pursuant to this Agreement. Contractor shall follow up with a
written report within twenty-four (24) hours of the incident. Written notification shall
contain a full and complete statement of all relative facts including police case number
when available. The Superintendent of Schools, or designee, shall be the sole
spokesperson with media regarding any accident.

3. Review

Contractor’s On‐Site Manager shall meet with District Liaison, upon request, to report on
achievements, problems, activities performed in compliance with the Contract, and
information of interest regarding news and changes in the school transportation industry.

4. Monthly Summary Report

The Contractor shall supply the District with a monthly summary report. The report will
include, but not necessarily be limited to –

a. The number of open routes

b. Current roster of assigned drivers including photos of drivers

c. Current roster of substitute/cover drivers including photos of drivers

d. Number of drivers in training and estimated completion date

e. The number of accidents

f. The number of vehicle breakdowns

g. How many route/runs that had to be combined or covered by a different bus route,
indicating date and time per incident
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h. Late buses, indicating what school, route, date, day, time and reason

i. This report shall be presented at the monthly review.

5. District Meetings

Contractor’s on‐site Manager shall be available for attendance at District meetings and school
board meetings as needed and requested by the District.

6. Annual Presentation

Contractor shall be available to make a presentation annually to District designated personnel


and/or the District Board of Directors summarizing the prior year’s activities, latest
developments within the field of pupil transportation, the Contractor's company, other items
of interest to the District and plans for the year ahead. The date for the presentation will be
selected by the District with a minimum of 30 day notice to the Contractor.

7. Monthly Billing

Accompanying the monthly billing, the Contractor will provide the District with a computer
spreadsheet file in Microsoft Excel of the billing work up. The details will be defined by the
District.

8. Cooperation

Pupil transportation is highly visible in the community and plays a key role in the District's
relationship with the community, and the community's perceptions of the District. It is
crucial to the maintenance of a positive and cooperative community environment, an
essential ingredient to the District's achievement of its educational goals, that the Contractor
becomes a positive and supportive partner in communicating and conveying true interest and
concern to the public. This need is so important that it constitutes a major factor by which
Contractor performance will be judged by the District.

a. Inquiries about drivers and student problems

Contractor will be responsible for answering inquiries from the public regarding drivers and
student problems, schedules and the various questions that arise daily regarding runs in
progress. Serious problems or potentially sensitive issues or situations should be
brought to the attention of the District.

b. Inquiries about routes and bus stops

Contractor will be responsible, as a back-up, for answering inquiries from the public
regarding routes, schedules and the various questions that arise daily regarding runs in
progress. Serious problems or potentially sensitive issues or situations should be brought
to the attention of the District.

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c. Courtesy and Patience

The District is dedicated to its community role as a customer service organization.


District patrons must find positive responsiveness in their contact with the Contractor and
all of its personnel.

d. Driver Meetings

Joint meetings for training and open exchange between District staff and Drivers may
be held periodically. The Contractor and its drivers shall work in support of District
policies and strategies regarding interaction with students and handling of behavioral
problems. It is absolutely essential that the District and the Contractor establish open
and constructive communications. This important relationship will also be a major factor
in the District's evaluation of Contractor performance.

9. Safety Program

The absolutely critical aspect of any pupil transportation program is the safety of the
students. The District expects a superior quality fleet, including accountability of drivers for
the safe operation of their vehicles, communication with the terminal, high quality
maintenance of buses, and support of District policy regarding rider behavior and behavioral
problems.

a. Contractor shall administer a satisfactory safety program, which shall conform to the
requirements of the State of Colorado and includes but is not limited to a regularly
scheduled safety meeting for contractor's personnel. It shall also include a school bus
safety and training program for students.

b. Prior to the beginning of each school year all drivers will have to satisfactorily pass a
pre‐trip inspection and behind the wheel test. The Contractor will submit a report to the
District listing all drivers and their test completion date.

c. The Contractor will develop and maintain, with District approval, a written
emergency crisis plan that addresses transportation emergencies in conjunction with
the District's Emergency Plan. The Contractor will instruct all of its employees of the
content of both the Contractor's and the District's emergency plans. The Contractor’s
plan shall be submitted with the Request for Proposal and requires District approval prior
to implementation.

d. Contractor shall be available to make bus safety presentations to District students in


grades K‐8 as advised and directed by the District. These presentations will be in addition
to the Emergency Evacuation Drill sessions required by the State of Colorado. In addition,
assemblies and large group presentations may be requested by individual principals.

e. A driver supervisor shall ride with every certified bus driver twice annually for the
purpose of observing and evaluating their driving practices with respect to safety,
mechanical operation, and conformance with applicable laws, rules, regulations,
adherence to specified route schedules and times, and method of student management.
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The Contractor will submit a report to the District listing all drivers and their completion
date. In addition, the District may at any time have a representative ride with any driver
of the Contractor for the purpose of observation to assure compliance with the terms
and conditions of this agreement.

10. Inclement Weather

The Contractor shall operate during inclement weather conditions unless routes are canceled
by the District. Contractor shall provide in a timely manner appropriate equipment (chains
and snow tires) and trained personnel, and shall implement District defined alternate
routes as necessary to operate under such conditions. The District shall have the sole
responsibility of altering bus routes to snow routes or canceling bus service for that day. To
ensure that the District is able to make a sound decision pertaining to the cancellation or
alteration of bus routes the Contractor is required to travel and inspect designated roads
during inclement weather and consults with the District designee regarding road conditions
prior to 5:00 AM. Should bus services be required, Contractor agrees that it will abide by the
decision of the District and will operate the routes as normally as possible. During the fall of
each year, Contractor shall meet with the District to determine any changes in routes that
should be made during inclement weather so that the children and their parents may be
notified in advance of such weather occurring.

11. Student Bus Conduct

a. Driver Training and Consistency

The District pursues diligently the consistent handling of student behavior issues so that
our students know what is expected. It is important that our bus drivers also work for
consistent treatment and expectations of students to jointly maintain sound District‐wide
codes of conduct. The District shall share District procedures and policies, and the
Contractor will develop and share those procedures relative to student conduct, and shall
provide adequate training to its drivers in these standards. The Contractor shall
maintain a continuing program to assure and promote driver adherence to District
procedures and standards.

b. Behavior Problems

Contractor shall follow District procedures in reporting student behavior problems relative
to the buses to the building principal or his/her office. All disciplinary matters will be
handled in strict accordance with the District policy. It is the responsibility of the
Contractor to implement and follow through with all student disciplinary action
including but not limited to issuing misconduct citations, following through with
revoked bus riding privileges, meeting with parents, and communicating with
principals and school district personnel concerning student behavior. Drivers are
responsible for filling out bus citations, communicating with principals, supporting
principals’ actions and meeting with principals and parents when necessary. The
successful bidder shall set forth in detail a proposed student discipline program. A
procedure shall be developed, subject to the approval of the District, to report defined
cases of student misbehavior on buses to the building principal or his office. All
disciplinary matters will be handled in accordance with the District policy, including
acts of vandalism to the buses.
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c. Communications

In addition to, and as an important supplement to other forms of communication


between Contractor and the District, Contractor's drivers and District's principals
shall establish direct communications to assure the most‐ timely awareness of and
solution to problems.
Contractor shall be responsible for answering all calls related to drivers and student
problems. Contractor is expected to work with building staff in individual school
buildings in resolution of problems with students. Transportation Supervisor will be
available for calls, which cannot be satisfactorily resolved by the Contractor.

d. Student Behavior Incentive Program

Contractor will implement the District’s incentive program – Positive Behavioral


Interventions and Supports (PBIS) – to promote good student behavior on buses. The
successful Contractor will be a member of the PBIS network and attend all training
related to student transportation, bus related student management, and coaching of
staff. Contractor will have at least one PBIS coach on staff during the term of the
contract who is active NWPBIS events.

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SECTION V – COSTS

Staff Compensation

It is essential to the District that the Contractor be able to attract and retain qualified drivers
and staff as long as possible. The volatility of the competitive labor market has forced the
District to take an active role in defining staff compensation to achieve this objective. The District
intends to work with the Contractor to establish staff pay scales. However, it is understood that all
staff, with the exception of the Transportation Director, are employees of the Contractor, and that
final responsibility for establishing pay scales rests with the Contractor.

The Contractor will make every attempt to employ all qualified staff previously working in the
District transportation program unless they are not in good standing with the District or do not pass
the Contractor’s employment qualifications. The District will want an explanation from Contractor
for not hiring any staff member previously employed in the District transportation program.
Employee seniority must be maintained as long as the requirements of the Contractor are being
adhered to.

The Contractor shall include in their proposal its anticipated staff pay scale for the 2018‐2019
school years. A list of transportation positions is found in Exhibit 5.

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SECTION VI – EVALUATION CRITERIA AND AWARD

All proposals in response to this RFP will be evaluated by a committee in accordance with the
criteria described below. Total scores will be tabulated, and the highest ranked firm will enter
into negotiations.

In preparing responses, offerors should describe in detail how they propose to meet the
specifications as detailed in previous sections. The evaluation team will conduct an in-depth
review and evaluation of each proposal against the evaluation criteria and other specification
requirements. Criteria will be assigned the following points value.

POSSIBLE
EVALUATION CRITERIA
POINTS

1. Financial strength of the transportation company. 15

Proposal responsiveness to requirements, contained in the RFP and the creativity in


proposing alternative transportation services to replace or enhance those outlined in this
2. 20
proposal. This would include, but is not limited to, new routing ideas, enhancements or
service suggestions and overall ability to meet the requirements of the District.

Cost is a key factor, however, selection will not be made on cost alone. Cost
3. determination will be based on home to school runs, 5 hours per average route. Special 30
needs will be based on 5.6 hours per average route.

4. Experience and expertise of key personnel, quality of service and performance record. 10

Proven history and demonstrated company posture may be provided and the history of
5. new product in dealing with parents, community relations, and school staff (responses to 15
references).

6. Facility and fleet proposed. Type and quality of equipment and maintenance program. 20

7. Safety program, history, and procedures. 10

8. Company stability, service reputation, and length of time in business. 15

9. Driver selection programs and training programs including Employee compensation package 15
and ability to retain qualified employees.

10. Student management training, monitoring, strategies, application of technology, 15


parent access.

11. Video recording equipment and student tracking solutions. 15

Flexibility and timing for addition or reduction of equipment. A shorter, more responsive
12. 20
time would result in a higher score.

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In addition to the above basic criteria, the following factors will be reviewed and considered -

a. Professionalism
b. Philosophy of Service
c. Flexibility

Basis of Award

The District intends to award a Contract resulting from this solicitation to the highest ranking
responsive and responsible firm whose offer will be most advantageous to the District, based on
the evaluation factors (criteria) presented above, and pending required approvals and funding
availability.

The District reserves the right to reject any or all proposal offers and to waive informalities
and/or irregularities in the offered proposals. The District reserves the right to accept an offer
other that the lowest price offer, provided that in the sole judgment and discretion of the
District, the item/project/service offered is in the best interest of the District.

In those cases where it is felt that a clearer understanding of the proposal is in order, Weld
County School District 6, through the evaluation committee, reserves the right to invite one or
more providers to present their proposals, in person, to the committee or School Board.

Disclosure

Proposals will not be made a part of the public record until after the evaluation process is
completed. Said files including the evaluation report will then be available for public review.

Disclosure of Interest

No employee or elected official of the District may own more than 5% of a business that is
submitting a proposal on any awards with the District unless it is fully disclosed in the proposal
documents.

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SECTION VII – GENERAL CONDITIONS OF THE AGREEMENT

ARTICLE 1 - DEFINITIONS

PURCHASE ORDER – an enforceable contract that is written evidence of the purchaser’s


acceptance of the contractor/seller’s previous and un-retracted offer to sell the goods and/or
perform the work of the purchase order for the price stated therein.

GOODS – the merchandise, material, and/or labor the contractor/seller is to provide to the
OWNER by operation of the purchase order.

OWNER/PURCHASER – Weld County School District 6, acting by and through the School District
or its’ designee.

CONTRACTOR/SELLER – the sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation to which the


purchase order is addressed.

USING AGENCY – any department, commission, board or public agency requiring supplies,
services, or construction.

ARTICLE 2 - INSPECTION OF WORK

The authorized representative of the using agency, including but not limited to a department
head, or other designated representative, shall be given an opportunity to inspect the goods
which are the subject matter of this purchase order. If inspection occurs off the OWNER’S
premises, the CONTRACTOR/SELLER shall provide safe, convenient and proper facilities for such
access and inspection.

ARTICLE 3 - CHANGES IN THE WORK

The using agency, without invalidating the purchase order contract, may order additional
goods, or make any other reasonably related changes by altering, adding to, or deducting from
the original order of goods. The contract price, and time for delivery of the goods, may be
adjusted accordingly by mutual agreement.

ARTICLE 4 - PLACE FOR DELIVERY OF GOODS

Unless otherwise agreed, the place for delivery of the goods is the OWNER’S place of business.

ARTICLE 5 - SALE ON APPROVAL

All goods sold to the OWNER are “sale on approval” and may be returned to the CONTRACTOR
/ SELLER at the convenience of the OWNER any time before use at the CONTRACTOR /
SELLER’S risk and expense, or at any time if the goods are nonconforming or defective. The
OWNER agrees to notify the CONTRACTOR / SELLER within a reasonable time of its election to
return the goods for the convenience of the OWNER.

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ARTICLE 6 - DEDUCTION FOR NON-CONFORMING GOODS

If the OWNER deems inexpedient the repair or replacement of damaged or nonconforming


goods, or of labor or work not performed in accordance with the contract, the OWNER shall
make an equitable reduction of the contract price.

ARTICLE 7 - INSURANCE

The CONTRACTOR / SELLER shall procure, at his own expense, and maintain for duration of
any work, adequate insurance coverage. Weld County School District 6 shall be issued
certificates as an additional insured. The coverage shall include Standard Worker’s
Compensation and Employer’s Liability coverage covering all employees engaged in
performance of work at the OWNER’S place of business, in the amount required by State
Statutes. The CONTRACTOR / SELLER shall also maintain comprehensive General Public
Liability and Property Damage Insurance and Comprehensive Auto Liability and Property
Damage Insurance in an amount acceptable to the OWNER. Evidence of all insurance coverage
shall be submitted to Weld County School District 6 upon demand in a form acceptable to Weld
County School District 6.

ARTICLE 8 - OWNER’S RIGHT TO TAKE OVER THE WORK

If the CONTRACTOR / SELLER should fail to deliver the goods or merchandise properly and
diligently, or default in performance of any provision of this purchase order and its collateral
documents, the OWNER after written notice to the CONTRACTOR / SELLER and his surety (if
there is such) may without prejudice to any other remedy the OWNER may have, dismiss the
CONTRACTOR / SELLER and have another complete the contract and may deduct the cost of
doing so from any unpaid balance of the contract price due or to become due to the
CONTRACTOR / SELLER. If such cost of completing the contract is in excess of the unpaid
balance of the contract price, the CONTRACTOR / SELLER shall reimburse the OWNER the cost
of any excess which OWNER has paid or will pay. The OWNER shall have a cause of action at
law for the amount of such excess and all costs of prosecution of such action, including
attorney’s fees.

ARTICLE 9 - OWNER’S RIGHT TO SUSPEND CONTRACTOR / SELLER’S


PERFORMANCE

For good and sufficient cause, such as (a) faulty workmanship, (b) CONTRACTOR / SELLER’S
failure to carry out any reasonable order or to deliver conforming goods or to perform any
provision of the purchase order and collateral documents, (c) any other circumstance
unfavorable for delivery of the goods or completion of the work or (d) for the convenience of
the OWNER, the OWNER shall have the right to suspend the CONTRACTOR / SELLERS
performance of the work. Notice of such suspension shall be in writing. The CONTRACTOR /
SELLER shall resume performance of the work promptly when so notified in writing.

ARTICLE 10 - ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL PAYMENT

Within a reasonable time after delivery of goods or completion of work related to the goods, the
OWNER will make an inspection to determine whether the goods have been delivered in
accordance with the purchase order contract and collateral documents. When the OWNER
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indicates acceptance of the work, the CONTRACTOR / SELLER may requisition final payment,
including retainage, if any, on account of the purchase order contract price.

ARTICLE 11 - GUARANTEE AND WARRANTIES

The CONTRACTOR / SELLER shall furnish the OWNER with a written guarantee for one (1) year
covering all labor, materials, and workmanship incorporated in the goods and work performed
related to the goods. The CONTRACTOR / SELLER, in instances of work performed or material,
goods, or equipment furnished for which warranties are required by the specifications, shall
procure such warranties and deliver them to the OWNER upon delivery of the goods. Such
warranties will in nowise lessen the CONTRACTOR / SELLER’S responsibilities under the
purchase order documents. Whenever warranties or guarantees are required by the
specifications for a period longer than one (1) year, such longer period shall govern.

ARTICLE 12 - POST-DELIVERY INSPECTIONS

Final payment made to the CONTRACTOR / SELLER upon delivery of the goods shall not
operate to relieve the CONTRACTOR / SELLER of responsibility for faulty goods, material, or
workmanship and, unless otherwise provided, the CONTRACTOR / SELLER shall remedy any
defect due thereto and pay for any damages resulting there from which shall appear within one
(1) year from the date of final acceptance of the work, which date will be that determined by
the OWNER.

If the CONTRACTOR / SELLER fails promptly to correct non-conforming goods or to make


repairs on said goods, the OWNER may correct any defects and deficiencies and charge the
CONTRACTOR / SELLER for the cost thereof.

ARTICLE 13 - DISPUTES

Any dispute arising out of this contract which is not disposed of by agreement shall be decided
by Weld County School District 6. Pending final decision of a dispute hereunder, the
CONTRACTOR / SELLER shall proceed diligently with the performance of this contract.

ARTICLE 14 - UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE

The Uniform Commercial Code (Colorado Statutes) shall prevail as the basis for contractual
obligations between the seller and Weld County School District 6 for any terms and conditions
not specifically stated in this Contract.

ARTICLE 15 - INDEMNIFICATION

The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless and defend the District, its agents, servants,
and employees from and against any and all claims, liability, losses and/or causes of action,
including the reasonable cost of defense which is caused by any negligent act or omission of
the Contractor, its agent, servants, or employees in the performance of professional services
under this Contract.

The Contractor also agrees to indemnify and save harmless and defend the District, its agents,
servants, and employees from and against all liability arising out of any claim, demand or cause
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of action, of whatsoever kind or nature, and arising out of any conduct or misconduct of the
Contractor not included in the paragraph above for which the District, its agents, servants or
employees, are alleged to be liable, except for liability, losses and costs caused solely by the
negligence of the District.

ARTICLE 16 - INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR

The Contractor is, and shall be, in the performance of all work services and activities under this
Contract, an independent contractor, and not an employee, agent, or servant of the District. All
persons engaged in any of the work, or services performed pursuant to this Contract shall, at all
times and in all places, be subject to the Contactor’s sole discretion, supervision and control.
The Contractor shall exercise control over the means and manner, in which it and its employees
perform work and, in all respects, the Contractor’s relationship and the relationship of its
employees to the District shall be that of an independent contractor and not as employees or
agents of the District.

ARTICLE 17 - RFP CANCELLATION

Cancellation due to unavailability of funds in succeeding fiscal periods. When funds are not
appropriated or otherwise made available to support continuation of performance in a
subsequent fiscal period, the contract may be cancelled.

ARTICLE 18 - MINOR INFORMALITIES

Minor informalities are matters of form rather than substance evident from the response or
insignificant mistakes that can be waived or corrected without prejudice to other vendors. The
Purchasing Manager may waive such informalities or allow the vendor to correct them
depending on which is in the best interest of the District.

ARTICLE 19 - ACCEPTANCE OF RFP TERMS

A proposal submitted in response to this RFP shall constitute a binding offer. The autographic
signature of a person who is legally authorized to execute contractual obligations on behalf of
the offeror shall indicate acknowledgement of this condition. A submission in response to this
RFP acknowledges acceptance by the offeror of all terms and conditions as set forth herein. An
offeror shall identify clearly and thoroughly any variations between its proposal and the RFP in
the Tab 6 of the response content. Failure to do so shall be deemed a waiver of any rights to
subsequently modify the terms of performance, except as outlined or specified in the RFP.

ARTICLE 20 - OTHER STATUTES

a. The signatory hereto avers that he/she is familiar with Colorado Revised Statutes, 18-8-301,
et seq. (Bribery and Corrupt Influence) and 18-8-401, et seq. (Abuse of Public Office) as
amended, and that no violation of such provisions is present.

b. The signatory hereto avers that to his/her knowledge, no WCSD6 employee has any
personal or beneficial interest whatsoever in the service or property described herein. See
CRS 24-18-201 and CRS 24-50-507.

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EXHIBIT 1 – PROPOSAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

PROPOSAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The offeror hereby acknowledges receipt of addenda numbers _____ through _____.

Falsifying this information is cause to deem your proposal nonresponsive and therefore
ineligible for consideration. In addition, falsification of this information is cause to cancel a
contract awarded based on one or both of the above preferences.

By signing below, you agree to all terms & conditions in this RFP, except where expressly
described in your cover letter or Tab 6 of your response.

________________________________________
Original Signature by Authorized Officer/Agent

________________________________ _________________________________
Type or printed name of person signing Company Name

________________________________ _________________________________
Title Phone Number

________________________________ _________________________________
Vendor Mailing Address Fax Number

________________________________ _________________________________
City, State, Zip Proposal Valid Until (minimum 90 days)

________________________________ ________________________________
E-Mail Address Website Address

Project Manager -

________________________________ ________________________________
Name (printed) Phone Number

________________________________ ________________________________
Vendor Mailing Address Fax Number

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EXHIBIT 2 – REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

The following information is required as part of your response to this RFP. The information
required will provide a major basis for the Company evaluations that Weld County School District
6 will conduct in analysis of proposals. Please respond by repeating the questions and answering
after the appropriate section and subsection numbers/letters.

1. Company Qualifications

The company that transports Greeley and Evans’ students will be well established, and
have a solid record of continuous high quality service.

a. How many years has the company been in business? Have there been any name
changes or changes in ownership? If so, please describe fully the changes that have
occurred.

b. List all transportation contracts currently held in Colorado, showing the number of
routes and the number of students being transported for each contract or if company
has not done business in Colorado, comparable information from one other state.

c. Provide the name of the Districts, names, addresses and phone numbers of the
appropriate contact persons of for up to three operations currently being served that are
closest in size to the Greeley operation. Note: If the company is well established but
relatively new to student transportation in Colorado, provide compatible districts in
another state that are similar in size to Greeley.

d. For the above measuring districts, provide the following:

Length of the current contract


Number of regular route buses
Number of on‐site employees at the end of the 2016-17 school year
Total number of employees who quit or were terminated during the 2016‐17 school
year
Driver profile by years of experience/service in driving school bus and overall average
years of experience for each measuring district

e. Length of tenure of the on‐site manager and other staff:

at this location
with your company
in the student transportation industry

f. For the operation closest in size to this District, provide the following (one copy to
be submitted with original):

Driver’s manual
Driver training plan
Employee incentive plans
Job description of the on‐site manager
Management manual

g. District you suggest we visit to help us evaluate your performance.

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2. Efficiency of Performance

a. Explain how you would determine at what point additional buses might be required
to handle increased student enrollment/ridership or possible rerouting.

b. How you would monitor adherence to route schedules?

c. Give specific examples from the past of emergencies, such as school shut downs,
emergency closures, school fires, etc., and how your company responded. Submit
sample documents currently in use in a district served by your company for handling
such emergencies.

d. Describe how the District’s facility would be managed and operated.

e. It is in the District's interest that all employees have clear expectations as to the job they
are performing (and to see that the job they are performing is in alignment with District
service and quality expectations). All Proposers must submit complete and detailed job
descriptions for each position and performance standards. All Proposers must submit a
full description of the training program provided for their drivers.

f. Proposer shall provide a Maintenance Supervisor, and other maintenance personnel


experienced and knowledgeable in the area of school bus maintenance.
Maintenance Supervisor will be required to understand maintenance requirements
and standards applicable from the Colorado Department of Education. Provide the
qualification requirements for your maintenance supervisors.

g. Explain how your company will assure the District that substitute drivers will be
available and prepared to perform reliably and safely.

3. Safety of Operations

A critical aspect of any transportation program is the safety of students. The District expects
a superior quality fleet, including accountability of drivers for the safe operation of their
vehicle, communication with the terminal, and high quality maintenance of buses.

a. Provide information regarding your established, continuing safety program, describe


the operation, contents, and requirements of the program.

b. Describe how your company meets Colorado's OSHA safety committee requirements
including frequency, format and description of meetings.

c. Each Proposer shall demonstrate the effectiveness of its ongoing safety programs by
submitting its workers’ compensation modification rate (if separate policies are in force,
show the rate for the five comparable school districts listed).

d. Submit a narrative description of how your company has handled a recent specific bus
accident in one of your current contracts.

e. Describe the preventive maintenance program for the vehicle fleets that your company
manages. Include samples of records, checklists and a description of how you ensure

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that each vehicle actually receives the required maintenance within the scheduled
interval.

f. In addition to legally required bus checkout reports, submit any forms used to receive
reports from drivers on the condition of their vehicle.

g. Describe how you maintain records and evaluations of road failures.

h. How many road failures per month based on the fleet size ratio did your company
experience during the immediate past (2014‐2015, 2015-2016 and 2016-2017) school
year?

i. Describe your mechanic allotment schedule and the qualification and experience
requirements that you have for mechanical personnel.

j. List other emergency instructions and how your company has handled these situations.

k. Describe your present procedures for inclement weather conditions.

l. Describe your experience and procedures for transporting students with disabilities.

m. Describe your training program for students.

4. Qualifications of Drivers

The most important person to the student riding to and from school is the individual driver.
All drivers will be of high moral character and be positive role models for students.

a. What programs do you use for enhancing employee morale and attitudes?

b. Outline the methods you use for recognizing employee service. Give specific examples.

c. What percentage of drivers has completed high school?

d. Enclose a copy of the Proposer's drug policy procedures that may be implemented in
this District. As part of this proposal, Contractor shall provide proof of having a
program for mandatory drug testing/screening for all new hires, mandatory
post‐accident drug testing, and random testing of all employees, including providing
the DISTRICT with the name and address of the Contractor’s Medical Review Officer
(MRO).

e. Within your organization, what percentage of your drivers has been with the company
for five, ten, fifteen and twenty years?

f. Describe your process for the recruitment of drivers.

g. Define the methods you use to screen and select drivers from among the applicants.
Include the criteria/standards you use, and the reasons that you might use to reject an
applicant.

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h. If you check references on drivers, submit a list of questions that are asked of references.

i. Describe your training program for driver applicants who have no experience driving school
buses. Describe the program components and content of your training program, and
include an outline of the course of study.

j. Describe your in‐service training and retraining program for drivers. Describe the
program components and content of your training program, and include an outline of the
course of study. Define the amount of training provided to drivers in a twelve‐month
period.

k. Describe in detail your current driver motivation, evaluation and discipline programs,
including how you take into account safety, absences, tardiness, on‐time route
performance, tenure on the job, complaints, and driving practices.

l. Describe how you monitor absentee rates. What was the average percentage of drivers
that failed to report to work, for whatever reason, during the 2016‐2017 school year in
each of the measuring districts?

m. What are your policies for driver interaction with students?

n. Describe your experience and procedures for transporting students with disabilities.

o. Explain your student management/relations program.

5. Qualifications of Management

The District strongly believes that the individuals in management positions are critical to
the provision of consistent and high‐quality transportation services. We expect the on‐site
manager to be a visible and participating member of our community, and to enhance the
reputation of the District for sound management.

a. Describe your company's structure in terms of the decisions that are made at each level.
What decisions can be made by your local manager, and which areas require approval
from the central office of your organization? What are the timelines involved?

b. Identify, if you can, the person who will be the local manager and provide a resume.

c. In the event of an extended absence of your local manager, what backup will be
provided? If an individual, give his or her name and include a resume.

d. Give examples of the documents that are submitted to your company by your local
managers on a regular basis.

e. For key personnel providing support for the on‐site manager, including those individuals
in direct supervisory positions over the on‐site manager, provide the following information
if you can:

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Name and proposed position the person may be selected to fill

Tenure with your firm in years

Experience in related positions within your firm or with other firms in years

Current and two most recent previous positions, including the location/district of the
position, the position's title, a description of responsibilities and authority, including
the number of buses and/or drivers, and the dates between which the position was
held.

o Provide the names and qualifications of those persons within your company who
would have immediate authority over the on‐site manager and those persons
who would play an advisory role to the on‐site manager in the areas of a)
operations, b) training and personnel, c) safety and d) maintenance.

6. Responsiveness to District Needs

The company that provides transportation services will have adequate buses to
guarantee service for all District student transportation needs.

a. How does your company monitor early and late runs (arriving at a stop five minutes early
or late)?

b. In the event that there is a need for more than the number of buses specified in this
Request for Proposals, would you be able to respond? If so, where would the additional
buses be obtained and how much lead time will be required prior to availability for
service? Would there be a difference between temporary and permanent vehicles?

c. Provide information regarding strike provisions and past experience

7. Evidence of Positive Individual School and Overall School District Relations

a. Give specific examples of the nature and frequency of presentations that you have made
to school boards.

b. Give examples of three (3) difficult situations faced in your current contracts that have
risen to the level of school board concern, and describe how you handled them.

c. Give examples of lesson plans and materials used in classroom presentations on bus
safety and related matters.

d. Describe in detail your complaint management procedures. Include documentation and


samples of forms used.

e. Describe how your company logs complaints and how the information is used.

f. Provide a detailed explanation of how discipline and management of students is handled,


including a description of the roles of the driver, transportation manager, principal, and
parent and students.
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g. Describe in detail your proposed student discipline program.

8. Evidence of Positive Community Relations

a. As with all school programs, the transportation of students is an integral part of the
community, and the District expects a strong, positive public relations program that earns
the confidence of the public in the quality and safety of transportation.

b. Describe procedures and policies in dealing with parents and the public.

c. PROPOSER shall describe the ways in which its company has been involved in the
communities it serves.

9. Driver Personnel

PROPOSER shall discuss its Employee Compensation package, provide details, e.g. (401K)
Retirement Plan, Health Insurance Options, Vacation, Sick Leave, Family Leave, etc. and its
ability to retain qualified employees in its response to this Request for Proposal. Describe:

a. Driver Base Rate Schedule proposed in accordance with this contract for 2018‐2019

b. Total number of drivers now in your regular employ:

10. Facilities

Provide a proposed facility lease that you would recommend for use.

11. Equipment Used

Provide a list of Vehicles to be used in the performance of this service. Vehicles list
shall include the date of manufacture, chassis/body manufacturer(s), rated passenger
capacity, and engine type (gas or diesel).

12. Preventative Maintenance and Mechanical Repair

Provide a summary of the history of break downs:

PROPOSER shall furnish a recap, for the previous twelve operating months,
showing a history of equipment breakdowns or failures that occurred in at least
one school district approximately the same size as the Greeley School District.
Information should include the date breakdown occurred, part or equipment that
failed, if breakdown resulted in late arrival to school or home and if so how late,
and as a result of equipment breakdown or failure was a spare bus dispatched.

13. Oil Recycle Program

a. Do you have an oil recycle program?


Yes__No

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b. Do you use industrial oil or lubricating oil that has a percentage of recycled oil?
Yes No

c. Describe briefly your program or why you don’t have a program and/or use any recycled
oil.

14. Insurance Data

a. Provide copies without omission or gaps of actual insurance policies cover pages “or
similar document” covering worker’s compensation, commercial general liability,
automobile liability, umbrella excess liability, additional insured working, and hold
harmless wording.

b. If your proposal is actively considered, and if requested by the school district, will you
request and authorize your insurance carrier(s), as shown below, to furnish in writing your
accident loss ratio or related information? Yes ______ No _______

Authorized Insurance Carriers

Name ___________________________ Name ___________________________

Address ___________________________ Address ___________________________

___________________________ ___________________________

___________________________ ___________________________

15. Financial Stability

a. Has Company or Parent Company Filed Chapter 7 or 11 Bankruptcy in last 5 years?


Yes _____ No _____

b. If yes, provide supporting documentation to the District indicating that it has a


minimum of 3-years of continuous successful financial recovery in its operations,
since having filed for bankruptcy or bankruptcy protection.

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EXHIBIT 3 – SIGNATURE LINE FOR PROPOSER’S QUESTIONNAIRE

The undersigned Proposer hereby submits the above Pupil Transportation Service Questionnaire
pursuant to the terms of the Request for Proposals for Pupil Transportation Services. In
submitting this questionnaire, Proposer hereby certifies the accuracy of the data submitted on
the questionnaire and further certifies as to the accuracy of the materials submitted in
Proposer’s proposal. Proposer further acknowledges that it has complied with all the terms and
conditions of the Request for Proposal.

The Proposer acknowledges that it has reviewed Addenda _______ through _______. Person to
Receive Notices regarding this Request for Proposal -

__________________________________________
Legal Name of Proposer

__________________________________________
Signature of Authorized Representative

__________________________________________
Printed Name of Authorized Representative

__________________________________________
Title of Authorized Representative

__________________________________________
Proposers State of Incorporation

__________________________________________
Proposer’s Employer Identification Number

__________________________________________
E-Mail Address

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EXHIBIT 4 – Rate Sheet (Rates for 2018-2019)

1. Home to School and Regular Service Mileage Rates

Route time shall be computed from the time the bus leaves the garage until it returns to the
garage. Route time shall be rounded to the nearest tenth (1/10th) hour. Late buses shall
be charged at the special trip rate schedule. These rates are applicable for one or two
departures and returns to and from the bus lot per day. Any other departures and returns
will need to be separately quoted. Overnight trips may be subject to negotiations.

Minimum Minimum Minimum Additional


Bus Capacity
2-hour rate 3-hour rate 5-hour rate 1/10 hour rate

72+ Passenger $ $ $ $

71 Passenger
Conventional $ $ $ $

23-47 Passenger $ $ $ $

15-20 Passenger
(Type 20) $ $ $ $

Lift Equipped
71 Passenger $ $ $ $

2. Home to School and Regular Service Mileage Rates

Minimum Minimum Minimum Additional


Bus Capacity
2-hour rate 3-hour rate 5-hour rate 1/10 hour rate
30 Passenger
all track with lift $ $ $ $

10-23
30 Passenger $ $ $ $
all track with lift

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3. Athletic, Activities, Field Trips and Other Transportation

Minimum Minimum Minimum Additional


Bus Capacity
2-hour rate 3-hour rate 5-hour rate 1/10 hour rate

71+ Conventional $ $ $ $

10-23
Passengers $ $ $ $

4. Student Tracking

Student Tracking System – Cost per bus per day $__________

Initial Setup Costs $__________


Continuing Costs $__________
Additional Costs (replacement cards) $__________

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EXHIBIT 5 – CURRENT LIST OF TRANSPORTATION POSITIONS

Hire Hours Pay


Status Date Description FTE Salary Schedule Work Calendar Rate Per Day Basis
VACANT N/A BUS MONITOR-12 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $13.65 7.75 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.9688 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.23 7.75 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A MECHANIC 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $20.30 8 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.875 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 7 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8438 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 6.75 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 180 Classified $16.23 4 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 4 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 7.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 7.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 6 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 6.5 Hrly
VACANT N/A BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9688 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 7.75 Hrly
Substitutes &
VACANT N/A INTERN 0 N/A One Time Pays $10.00 0 Hrly
FILLED 10/29/01 ROUTE MANAGER 1 A/P/T - EXEMPT 260 A/P/T $23.99 8 Slry
FILLED 2/16/17 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $13.83 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 9/17/13 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.875 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $17.47 7 Hrly
FILLED 7/10/17 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.33 4 Hrly
FILLED 2/16/12 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $15.09 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 6/28/96 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.9688 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.33 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 1/3/18 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 4 Hrly
FILLED 10/8/09 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.73 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 3/1/95 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.47 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 12/12/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.844 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 7/28/08 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 7/8/15 DISPATCHER 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.50 8 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY - MISC FLAT Substitutes &
FILLED 7/8/15 ON-CALL PAY 0 RATES One Time Pays $1.00 0 Hrly

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Hire Hours Pay
Status Date Description FTE Salary Schedule Work Calendar Rate Per Day Basis
FILLED 7/8/15 PHONE 0 N/A 260 A/P/T $360.00 0 Slry
FILLED 1/20/12 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.63 6 Hrly
FILLED 8/7/17 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 12/9/09 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.63 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 9/30/13 MECHANIC, LEAD 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $25.66 8 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY - MISC FLAT Substitutes &
FILLED 9/30/13 ON-CALL PAY 0 RATES One Time Pays $1.00 0 Hrly
260 Classified
FILLED 9/30/13 TOOL ALLOWANCE 0 N/A Prorated $1,440.00 0 Slry
FILLED 5/5/14 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.781 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.65 6.25 Hrly
FILLED 1/5/15 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $17.47 6 Hrly
FILLED 4/24/13 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.63 6.5 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY -EMPLOYEE Substitutes &
FILLED 4/24/13 CLASSIFIED COUNCIL 0 RATE BASED One Time Pays $18.63 0 Hrly
FILLED 2/4/14 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.938 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $14.41 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 1/20/12 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $14.03 7 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY -EMPLOYEE Substitutes &
FILLED 1/20/12 CLASSIFIED COUNCIL 0 RATE BASED One Time Pays $14.03 0 Hrly
INVENTORY CONTROL 260 Classified
FILLED 8/30/90 SPECIALIST 1 CLASSIFIED Prorated $23.82 8 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PRORATED ABOVE PAY -EMPLOYEE Substitutes &
FILLED 8/30/90 POSITION HOURS 0 RATE BASED One Time Pays $23.82 0 Hrly
FILLED 5/26/09 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $17.25 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 3/10/09 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.906 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $15.05 7.25 Hrly
FILLED 12/16/13 BUS MONITOR-12 MO 0.844 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $13.65 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 9/10/12 BUS MONITOR-12 MO 0.9062 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $15.05 7.25 Hrly
FILLED 7/24/00 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $14.41 6 Hrly
FILLED 8/7/17 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.813 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.74 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 9/16/04 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $15.05 6 Hrly
260 Classified
FILLED 8/7/07 DISPATCHER 1 CLASSIFIED Prorated $20.02 8 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY - MISC FLAT Substitutes &
FILLED 8/7/07 ON-CALL PAY 0 RATES One Time Pays $1.00 0 Hrly
FILLED 8/7/07 PHONE 0 N/A 260 A/P/T $360.00 0 Slry
SUPPLEMENTAL
PRORATED ABOVE PAY -EMPLOYEE Substitutes &
FILLED 8/7/07 POSITION HOURS 0 RATE BASED One Time Pays $20.02 0 Hrly
FILLED 3/2/88 FLEET FOREMAN 1 A/P/T - EXEMPT 260 A/P/T $31.08 8 Slry
FILLED 3/2/88 PHONE 0 N/A 260 A/P/T $360.00 0 Slry
FILLED 6/26/17 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.33 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 2/13/17 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.875 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 7 Hrly
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Hire Hours Pay
Status Date Description FTE Salary Schedule Work Calendar Rate Per Day Basis
FILLED 9/29/15 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.625 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.75 5 Hrly
FILLED 11/28/16 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.969 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.65 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 6/5/13 DRIVER, OTHER DUTIES 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $20.21 8 Hrly
DIRECTOR,
FILLED 9/17/97 TRANSPORTATION 1 A/P/T - EXEMPT 260 A/P/T $48.82 8 Slry
FILLED 9/17/97 PHONE 0 N/A 260 A/P/T $1,080.00 0 Slry
FILLED 6/16/14 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.938 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $17.76 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 9/8/98 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.844 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $20.36 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 3/28/17 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.594 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.65 4.75 Hrly
FILLED 11/27/17 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.74 4 Hrly
FILLED 7/6/11 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6 Hrly
FILLED 12/8/11 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6 Hrly
FILLED 6/2/10 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $19.24 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 10/22/13 ROUTE DESIGNER 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.50 8 Hrly
FILLED 9/27/12 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.625 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.74 5 Hrly
FILLED 12/12/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.969 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 5/14/01 MECHANIC 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $22.93 8 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY - MISC FLAT Substitutes &
FILLED 5/14/01 ON-CALL PAY 0 RATES One Time Pays $1.00 0 Hrly
260 Classified
FILLED 5/14/01 TOOL ALLOWANCE 0 N/A Prorated $0.00 0 Slry
FILLED 8/7/17 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.33 4 Hrly
TRANSPORTATION
FILLED 6/16/09 FOREMAN 1 A/P/T - EXEMPT 260 A/P/T $27.96 8 Slry
FILLED 6/16/09 PHONE 0 N/A 260 A/P/T $360.00 0 Slry
FILLED 8/5/10 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.844 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $15.05 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 7/28/08 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $15.73 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 6/2/14 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $14.86 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 1/4/17 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.7188 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $11.11 5.75 Hrly
FILLED 10/31/16 BUS MONITOR-12 MO 0.8437 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $13.65 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 8/19/15 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.844 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.65 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 1/3/18 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 4 Hrly
FILLED 10/3/05 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6 Hrly
FILLED 3/10/86 DRIVER, OTHER DUTIES 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $25.67 8 Hrly
FILLED 6/22/15 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $17.47 6 Hrly
FILLED 3/7/16 BUS MONITOR-12 MO 0.813 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $13.65 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 11/17/08 DRIVER, OTHER DUTIES 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $19.31 8 Hrly
FILLED 10/23/17 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.969 CLASSIFIED 180 Classified $12.74 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 4/16/14 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $14.86 6 Hrly
FILLED 7/9/12 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6 Hrly
FILLED 8/1/00 DRIVER, OTHER DUTIES 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $21.35 8 Hrly
FILLED 8/11/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 7.75 Hrly

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Hire Hours Pay
Status Date Description FTE Salary Schedule Work Calendar Rate Per Day Basis
FILLED 11/2/10 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 2/22/16 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $14.03 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 4/9/07 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8437 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.63 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 7/25/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.844 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 2/4/13 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.625 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 5 Hrly
FILLED 8/9/13 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.969 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $16.73 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 1/3/18 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 4 Hrly
FILLED 11/11/06 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $17.47 6 Hrly
FILLED 1/14/08 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 8/6/12 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.938 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 6/19/17 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 6 Hrly
FILLED 12/7/10 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 2/21/17 BUS MONITOR-12 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $13.65 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 11/18/09 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.969 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $15.05 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 1/25/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.7812 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $17.25 6.25 Hrly
Substitutes &
FILLED 5/30/17 INTERN 0 N/A One Time Pays $10.00 0 Hrly
FILLED 10/31/16 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.688 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.74 5.5 Hrly
FILLED 10/31/16 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.5938 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $11.11 4.75 Hrly
FILLED 12/6/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.875 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 7 Hrly
FILLED 10/3/05 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.781 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6.25 Hrly
FILLED 1/24/11 MECHANIC 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $21.00 8 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY - MISC FLAT Substitutes &
FILLED 1/24/11 ON-CALL PAY 0 RATES One Time Pays $1.00 0 Hrly
260 Classified
FILLED 1/24/11 TOOL ALLOWANCE 0 N/A Prorated $1,440.00 0 Slry
FILLED 9/16/04 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 10/25/11 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.74 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 9/21/15 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $17.25 7.75 Hrly
ADMINISTRATIVE
FILLED 12/15/08 ASSISTANT 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.20 8 Hrly
FILLED 5/5/14 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $17.76 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 1/8/01 DRIVER, OTHER DUTIES 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $21.36 8 Hrly
FILLED 3/18/15 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 11/7/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.969 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 3/20/15 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $13.83 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 6/12/12 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.844 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $15.05 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 11/14/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.83 4 Hrly
FILLED 1/3/18 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 4 Hrly
FILLED 11/7/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.6562 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 5.25 Hrly
FILLED 8/11/15 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.938 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $14.03 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 8/11/15 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.7812 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $11.49 6.25 Hrly
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Hire Hours Pay
Status Date Description FTE Salary Schedule Work Calendar Rate Per Day Basis
FILLED 8/28/17 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.562 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.74 4.5 Hrly
FILLED 7/10/06 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.969 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 7.75 Hrly
FILLED 2/27/13 DRIVER, OTHER DUTIES 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.92 8 Hrly
FILLED 10/24/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 4 Hrly
FILLED 8/12/81 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $21.63 6 Hrly
FILLED 2/2/11 MECHANIC 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $21.72 8 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY - MISC FLAT Substitutes &
FILLED 2/2/11 ON-CALL PAY 0 RATES One Time Pays $1.00 0 Hrly
FILLED 6/27/00 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $20.56 6 Hrly
FILLED 6/5/13 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8437 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 6/6/11 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.9687 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $15.05 7.75 Hrly
STUDENT
TRANSPORTATION
FILLED 10/1/12 INFORMATION SPECIALIST 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $20.21 8 Hrly
FILLED 8/7/17 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $10.20 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 6/4/12 DRIVER, OTHER DUTIES 1 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $20.20 8 Hrly
FILLED 7/30/10 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8437 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.63 6.75 Hrly
FILLED 9/2/08 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.75 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $18.63 6 Hrly
260 Classified
FILLED 8/1/07 MECHANIC 1 CLASSIFIED Prorated $24.67 8 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PAY - MISC FLAT Substitutes &
FILLED 8/1/07 ON-CALL PAY 0 RATES One Time Pays $1.00 0 Hrly
SUPPLEMENTAL
PRORATED ABOVE PAY -EMPLOYEE Substitutes &
FILLED 8/1/07 POSITION HOURS 0 RATE BASED One Time Pays $24.67 0 Hrly
260 Classified
FILLED 8/1/07 TOOL ALLOWANCE 0 N/A Prorated $1,440.00 0 Slry
FILLED 10/16/17 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 180 Classified $16.23 4 Hrly
FILLED 8/7/17 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $10.20 4 Hrly
FILLED 8/7/17 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.33 4 Hrly
FILLED 1/5/15 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.625 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.90 5 Hrly
FILLED 7/5/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.73 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 2/1/16 BUS MONITOR-9 MO 0.687 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $12.74 5.5 Hrly
FILLED 6/2/10 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $15.73 6.5 Hrly
FILLED 11/16/15 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.9375 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $13.33 7.5 Hrly
FILLED 8/22/16 BUS DRIVER-9 MO 0.5 CLASSIFIED 181 Classified $16.23 4 Hrly
FILLED 11/1/07 BUS DRIVER-12 MO 0.8125 CLASSIFIED 260 Classified $18.63 6.5 Hrly

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EXHIBIT 6 – School Calendar (Draft) – 2018-2019

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EXHIBIT 7 – List of Schools with Bell Times

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EXHIBIT 8 – Fleet Information

BUS FLEET
Inservice
Description Cost Date
Type C Conventional 71-Passenger Bus - 181 $92,433.00 9/20/2012
2000 CUMMINS THOMAS PASSENGER BUS (135) $65,858.55 1/1/1993
2000 CUMMINS THOMAS PASSENGER BUS (134) $65,858.55 1/1/1993
2000 CUMMINS THOMAS PASSENGER BUS (132) $65,858.55 1/1/1993
2002 BLUEBIRD BUS #149 $46,230.00 9/17/2003
2004 CHEVY SUBURBAN (153) $28,154.00 3/31/2004
2005 BLUEBIRD BUS #151 $93,530.00 6/9/2004
2005 BLUEBIRD BUS #152 $93,530.00 6/9/2004
CUMMINS BUS #150 $93,530.00 7/28/2004
TYPE A BUS WITH LIFT 155 $48,995.00 2/1/2005
TYPE A BUS WITH LIFT 154 $48,995.00 2/1/2005
TYPE D REAR ENGINE BUS #158 $97,970.00 2/8/2005
TYPE D REAR ENGINE BUS #157 $97,970.00 2/8/2005
TYPE D REAR ENGINE BUS #156 $97,970.00 2/8/2005
TYPE D REAR ENGINE BUS #159 $97,970.00 2/8/2005
2006 BLUE BIRD BUS #161 $59,585.00 8/24/2006
BLUE BIRD BUS #162 $104,925.00 9/8/2006
BLUE BIRD BUS #167 $99,870.00 10/16/2006
BLUE BIRD BUS #166 $99,870.00 10/20/2006
BLUE BIRD BUS #165 $99,870.00 11/21/2006
BLUE BIRD BUS #164 $99,870.00 11/30/2006
BLUE BIRD BUS #169 $118,699.00 1/31/2008
BLUE BIRD BUS #170 $118,699.00 1/31/2008
BLUE BIRD BUS #171 $118,699.00 1/31/2008
BLUE BIRD BUS #172 $118,699.00 1/31/2008
BLUE BIRD BUS - DIESEL #173 $62,299.00 1/31/2008
BLUE BIRD BUS - DIESEL 174 $62,299.00 1/31/2008
2009 BLUE BIRD BUS - 176 $116,920.00 1/7/2009
2010 BLUEBIRD BUS #179 $123,840.00 10/29/2009
2010 GIRARDIN MB-IV G5 BUS #178 $69,207.00 2/24/2010
2010 GIRARDIN MB-IV G5 BUS #177 $69,207.00 2/24/2010
Type C Conventional 71-Passenger Bus - 182 $92,433.00 9/21/2012
Type C Conventional 71-Passenger Bus - 183 $92,433.00 9/21/2012
Type C 50-Passenger Lift Bus - 184 $95,657.00 7/19/2012
78 passenger CNG School Buses #185 $163,277.00 10/18/2012
78 passenger CNG School Buses #186 $163,277.00 10/18/2012
2015 BLUEBIRD 23 PASSENGER (3 WHEELCHAIR,20
WALKON) $97,973.00 8/6/2014

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BUS FLEET
Inservice
Description Cost Date
2014 BLUE BIRD MICRO BUS 20 PASS LIFT BUS - 190 $54,095.00 10/8/2014
2014 BLUE BIRD MICRO BUS 20 PASS LIFT BUS - 191 $54,095.00 10/8/2014
2016 BLUEBIRD ALL AMERICAIN CNG BUS-78
passenger $157,872.00 12/21/2014
2016 BLUEBIRD ALL AMERICAIN CNG BUS-78
PASSENGER $157,872.00 12/21/2014
CNG BUS-2016 BLUEBIRD ALL AMERICAN 78
PASSENGER $87,506.40 6/9/2015
CNG BUS-2016 BLUEBIRD ALL AMERICAN 78
PASSENGER - 195 $70,365.60 2/17/2015
CNG BUS-2016 BLUEBIRD ALL AMERICAN 78
PASSENGER $157,872.00 6/9/2015
CNG BUS-2016 BLUEBIRD ALL AMERICAN 78
PASSENGER $157,872.00 6/9/2015
78 pax rear engine CNG bus - #197 $159,444.80 6/30/2016
Add'l Cost CNG Bus 0012271 for Fund 43 Allocation $1,739.20 6/30/2016
78 pax rear engine CNG bus # 198 $161,184.00 6/30/2016
CUMMINGS BLUEBIRD #148 $77,047.00 11/12/2001
2003 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD #147 $77,047.00 11/12/2001
2003 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD 146 $77,047.00 11/12/2001
2003 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD 145 $77,047.00 11/12/2001
2003 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD 141 $76,997.00 11/12/2001
2003 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD 142 $76,997.00 11/12/2001
2003 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD 143 $76,997.00 11/12/2001
2003 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD #144 $76,997.00 11/12/2001
1985 CHEVY BUS (24) $20,605.00 5/28/1996
1985 CHEVY BLUEBIRD BUS T127 Custodial $20,605.00 5/28/1996
1986 IHC THOMAS BUS (72) $42,199.00 5/28/1996
1986 IHC THOMAS BUS (73) $42,199.00 5/28/1996
1986 IHC THOMAS BUS (75) $42,199.00 5/28/1996
1986 GMC BUS (76) $20,992.00 5/28/1996
1986 INTERNATIONAL BUS (78) $37,235.00 5/28/1996
1989IHC BLUEBIRD BUS (91) $83,406.00 5/28/1996
1989 IHC THOMAS BUS (94) $38,818.00 5/28/1996
1992 GMC BLUEBIRD BUS 128 $29,178.00 5/28/1996
1992 GMC BLUEBIRD BUS (102) $29,178.00 5/28/1996
1990 IHC WAYNE BUS (103) $51,006.00 5/28/1996
1990 IHC WAYNE BUS (104) $51,006.00 5/28/1996
1992 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD BUS (111) $67,099.00 5/28/1996
1995 GMC BLUEBIRD BUS (115) $34,542.00 5/28/1996
1995 CUMMINS BLUEBIRD BUS (117) $56,200.00 5/28/1996

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BUS FLEET
Inservice
Description Cost Date
1995 CUMMINGS BLUEBIRD #118 $53,507.00 12/28/1994
1996 CUMMINGS BLUEBIRD #119 $53,462.00 3/12/1996
1996 CUMMINGS BLUEBIRD #120 $60,076.00 3/12/1996
1997 CUMMINGS BLUEBIRD #125 $64,530.00 10/9/1996
1998 CUMMINGS THOMAS #126 $73,902.00 2/10/1998
1998 CUMMINGS THOMAS #127 $73,902.00 2/12/1998
1999 GMC BLUEBIRD #130 $39,600.00 7/2/1999
2000 CUMMINGS THOMAS #131 $65,076.00 7/14/1999
2001 CUMMINGS #136 $74,520.00 2/1/2001
2001 CUMMINGS THOMAS #137 $74,520.00 1/19/2000
2001 CUMMINGS THOMAS #138 $74,520.00 1/19/2000
2001 CUMMINGS THOMAS #139 $74,520.00 1/19/2000
2001 CUMMINGS THOMAS #140 $74,520.00 2/4/2000
ENGINE FOR 2005 CHEVY EXPRESS TYPE A BUS #
155 $7,758.39 4/7/2017
CNG Blue Bird school bus $154,032.00 6/22/2017
CNG Blue Bird school bus $176,462.00 6/22/2017
long block engine for Bus #157 Asset # 0012197 $12,690.00 10/31/2017
BUS #139 ENGINE - Asset # 0015669 $11,462.78 9/21/2011

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WHITE FLEET
Inservice
Description Cost Date
2005 GMC Sierra 1500 Pick-up Unit # J-1 $0.00 11/21/2017
2016 F450 FORD ULTIMASTER UTILITY VAN - HEARING VAN $129,415.00 11/11/2016
Concessions Trailer - License # 006-ZST $40,153.16 6/7/2016
2016 GMC 3500 EXTENDED CAB 4 WHEEL PICKUP T-126 $34,354.62 4/7/2016
2016 GMC Savana 1-ton Cutaway Van T-124 Mial Truck $36,994.00 2/1/2016
2016 GMC SAVANA 1-ton (3500) cargo van - UNIT T-123 $30,684.00 10/7/2015
NS KENWORTH K270 REFRIGERANT TRUCK T122 - 2016 $119,311.00 8/19/2015
Tommygate High Cycle Rail Gate - $7,740.00 6/30/2015
2015 4WD 3500 GMC pickup with snow plow package T121 $35,141.00 5/21/2015
2014 KENWORTH REFRIGERATOR TRUCK T-118 $114,561.00 3/14/2014
2014 GMC SAVANA 3500 BOX TRUCK - T-117 $36,224.00 11/13/2013
2014 GM 1ton cutaway 14ft van T-116 $36,224.00 10/28/2013
1-ton Van T115 with cutaway/12ft box for vending $34,062.00 6/24/2013
GMC Terrain AWD T-114 $25,282.00 4/30/2013
2013 4WD 3500 Pickup with snow plow T-113 $38,016.90 12/4/2012
2012 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD 4WD Pickup - T112 $31,098.88 6/22/2012
2012 Chevrolet Sonic 1.8L hatchback T111 $15,237.00 6/6/2012
2011 GMC Sierra 1500 Truck - 180 $15,985.50 12/30/2010
2009 GMC SAVANA SPARTAN T110 $40,017.54 2/11/2010
2008 GMC 1500 TRUCK T-109 $17,225.00 7/7/2008
2007 GMC PICKUP 3500 #175 $37,560.00 7/26/2007
CHEVY EXPRESS CARGO VAN T-107 $20,309.00 5/14/2007
T108 CHEVY EXPRESS CARGO VAN $20,309.00 5/14/2007
CHEVY EXPRESS CARGO VAN T-106 $20,309.00 5/14/2007
2006 GMC YUKON XL - 163 $34,963.00 2/23/2006
2006 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN (160) $31,432.00 11/2/2005
2005 FORD EXPLORER XLT - 168 $28,404.25 7/28/2005
T-105 2005 GMC SAVANNA VAN $18,063.15 6/30/2005
T-103 2005 GMC 1 TON TRUCK $29,382.00 6/30/2005
T-104 2005 GMC 1 TON TRUCK $29,382.00 6/30/2005
T-102 CHEVY COLORADO PICKUP $13,600.00 5/19/2005
2004 GMC 1500 SIERRA PICKUP #T-101 $14,064.00 6/22/2004
2004 CHEVY SUBURBAN (153) $28,154.00 3/31/2004
2004 GMC STEPVAN #T-100 $44,377.03 3/11/2004
2004 GMC G3500 PICKUP #T-97 $19,482.48 11/11/2003
2004 GMC PICKUP #T-98 $16,400.00 11/11/2003
2004 FORD F350 PICKUP #T-99 $22,956.00 11/11/2003
T-96 2003 GMC TOPKICK VAN $33,300.00 6/30/2003

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WHITE FLEET
Inservice
Description Cost Date
T-95 2003 GMC VAN - SAVNA $13,928.00 5/28/2003
T-94 GMC SIERRA BOX VAN $41,989.00 5/16/2002
2002 CHEVY VAN T-93 $19,250.00 10/2/2001
T-92 12001 GMC STEP VAN $40,890.00 6/20/2001
T-91 2001 FORD PICKUP $18,484.70 5/16/2001
2001 GMC PU W/REF UNIT T-89 $51,011.00 1/4/2001
T-88 2000 GMC PICKUP W/DUMP $30,660.00 7/17/2000
T-87 2000 GMC PICKUP W/UTILITY $23,125.00 6/14/2000
T-85 2000 GMC PICKUP $20,471.00 4/13/2000
T-86 2000 GMC PICKUP $20,471.00 4/13/2000
T-82 2000 GMC VAN $17,180.00 4/3/2000
T-83 2000 GMC VAN $17,180.00 4/3/2000
T-81 2000 GMC TRUCK $39,844.00 1/13/2000
KAWASAKI MULE 550 UTILITY VEHICLE - TR3 $5,299.00 8/27/1999
1998 CHEVY SUBURBAN #128 $33,658.66 10/15/1997
1998 CHEVY SUBURBAN #129 $33,658.66 10/15/1997
T-79 1997 FORD CUTAWAY VAN $25,000.00 8/29/1996
T-78 IHC DUMP TRUCK $40,919.00 8/27/1996
T-77 1997 IHC STAKE BEDD $40,778.00 8/27/1996
T-76 1996 FORD STAKE BED $17,253.00 7/17/1996
1988 CHEVY BLAZER (T-42) $17,497.00 5/31/1996
1989 CHEVY VAN (T-12) $13,590.00 5/31/1996
1991 CHEVY VAN (T-62) $16,714.00 5/31/1996
1987 CHEVY VAN (T-34) $14,035.00 5/31/1996
1988 CHEVY BLAZER (T-40) $17,497.00 5/31/1996
T-59 1990 CHEVY VAN $24,622.00 5/31/1996
1994 FORD TRUCK (T-63) $18,411.00 5/31/1996
T-53 1989 CHEVY VAN $22,000.00 5/31/1996
1989 CHEVY SUBURBAN (UNIT T119 - OIT) $19,622.00 5/28/1996
1990 CHEVY SUBURBAN (UNIT 125) $19,054.00 5/28/1996
1991 CHEVY (T-60) $16,714.00 5/22/1996
1988 CHEVY BLAZER (T-49) $17,497.00 5/22/1996
1989 CHEVY (T-51) $15,402.00 5/22/1996
1987 GMC UTILITY (T-31) $15,136.00 5/22/1996
1991 CHEVY (T-61) $16,714.00 5/22/1996
1990 CHEVY BLAZER (T-36) $17,396.00 5/22/1996
1991 FORD DUMP TRUCK (T-02) $20,242.00 5/22/1996
CHEVY BLAZER (T-41) $17,497.00 5/22/1996
1987 CHEVY (T-26) $17,577.00 5/22/1996

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WHITE FLEET
Inservice
Description Cost Date
1990 GMC (T-06) $31,017.00 5/22/1996
1988 GMC (T-38) $13,165.00 5/22/1996
1992 CHEVY (T-47) $16,340.00 5/22/1996
T-75 1996 HONDA $11,800.00 5/15/1996
T-74 1996 HONDA CIVIC $11,800.00 5/15/1996
1996 HONDA CIVIC T-72 $10,110.00 5/7/1996
1996 HONDA CIVIC T-73 - BLACK $10,110.00 5/7/1996
T-70 1995 CHEVY UTILITY PICKUP $24,288.00 3/21/1996
T-69 1995 CHEVY PICKUP $24,020.00 2/2/1996
1995 GMC VAN T-67 $15,552.00 8/18/1995
T-66 1995 FORD ASPIRE $8,011.00 4/14/1995
T65 1995 FORD ASPIRE $8,011.00 4/14/1995
1995 GMC WARD #113 $26,119.00 12/27/1994
1995 GMC WARD #114 $26,119.00 12/27/1994

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M01
11:15 AM CHECK IN
11:35 AM DEPART TRANS
11:53 AM Student (VEST)(-TWUF) - 2608 12TH AVENUE CT
11:57 AM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 2939 GLENDALE
12:09 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF) - 3305 YUCCA
12:23 PM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 1108 26TH AV
12:30 PM Student-(VEST)(-TWUF) - 200 N 35TH
12:35 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 2990 W C ST APT
12:45 PM SCHOOL: EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
13:00 PM ARRIVE TRANS
13:05 PM CHECK OUT

M02
11:00 AM CHECK IN
11:20 AM DEPART TRANS
11:45 AM SCHOOL: EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
11:51 AM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 5907 28TH ST
11:56 AM Student - (VEST& -TWUF) - 1900 68TH AV#125
12:09 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF) - 211 19TH AV
12:14 PM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 1115 12TH ST
12:22 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)-2240 27TH AVENUE CT
12:28 PM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 2615 21ST AV
12:34 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF) - 2711 MARINA ST
12:42 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 4046 W 30TH STREET RD
12:50 PM Student (VEST)-2940 STATE FARM RD #4
13:00 PM ARRIVE TRANS
13:05 PM CHECK OUT

M03
10:25 AM CHECK IN
10:45 AM DEPART TRANS
11:15 AM SCHOOL: SHAWSHEEN
11:25 AM Student (VEST) (-TWUF)- 7412 POUDRE RIVER RD
11:25 AM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 7412 POUDRE RIVER RD
11:25 AM DEPART POUDRE RIVER RD
11:45 AM SCHOOL: ABC EAST
11:53 AM Student (VEST) (TWUF) - 510 E 16TH ST
12:00 PM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 502 23RD ST
12:09 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 527 E 28TH STREET DR
12:18 PM Student (VEST) - ST VRAIN ST & 37TH ST (SE CORNER
12:23 PM Student (VEST) - 3102 17TH AVE #112(HOLIDAY VILLAGE
12:31 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF) - 3517 NORTH POINT DR
12:36 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)(PICKUP ONLY)- 2603 HAVEN CT
12:41 PM Student (VEST)(TWUF) - 3624 PONDEROSA CT APT 8
13:35 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
13:47 PM Student (MONITOR) ALT - 1127 25TH AV
13:50 PM Student (ALT) - 908 31ST AV
14:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
14:10 PM CHECK OUT

M04
10:40 AM CHECK IN
11:00 AM DEPART TRANS
11:15 AM SCHOOL: MARTINEZ
11:20 AM Student (VEST) - 2302 W 7 TH ST(-TWUF)
11:22 AM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 320 23RD A
11:39 AM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 404 E 28TH STREET
11:50 AM SCHOOL: ABC EAST
11:55 AM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 3RD ST B/T 11TH AV &10TH
12:00 PM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 205 16TH
12:07 PM Student (VEST)(TWUF)- 2502 W 14TH STREET RD
12:13 PM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 2146 BUENA VISTA DR
12:19 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF) - 1807 28TH ST APT D
12:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
12:35 PM CHECK OUT

M05A
9:00 AM CHECK IN
9:20 AM DEPART TRANS
9:40 AM Student - 4917 KANAWHA LA (ALT)
10:00 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
10:15 AM DEPART BRENTWOOD
10:30 AM Student (ALT) - 2929 PARK VIEW DR
10:45 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
11:05 AM DEPART GREELEY WEST
11:30 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
11:36 AM Student (W/C & MON) 5509 2ND ST(ALT)(CURB SIDE)
12:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
12:10 PM CHECK OUT

M05B
9:00 AM CHECK IN
9:20 AM DEPART TRANS
9:40 AM Student - 4917 KANAWHA LA (ALT)
10:00 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
10:15 AM DEPART BRENTWOOD
10:30 AM Student (ALT) - 2929 PARK VIEW DR
10:45 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
11:14 AM DEPART GREELEY WEST
11:30 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
11:36 AM Student (W/C & MON) 5509 2ND ST(ALT)(CURB SIDE)
11:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
12:00 PM CHECK OUT

M05C
9:00 AM CHECK IN
9:20 AM DEPART TRANS
9:40 AM Student - 4917 KANAWHA LA (ALT)
10:00 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
10:15 AM DEPART BRENTWOOD
10:30 AM Student (ALT) - 2929 PARK VIEW DR
10:45 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
10:45 AM DEPART GREELEY WEST
11:30 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
11:36 AM Student (W/C & MON) 5509 2ND ST(ALT)(CURB SIDE)
11:46 AM DEPART 2ND ST STOP
11:55 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
12:01 PM Student (W/C) - "D" ST & "W" ST (NW CORNER)
12:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
12:35 PM CHECK OUT

M06A
10:25 AM CHECK IN
10:45 AM DEPART TRANS
11:10 AM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
11:16 AM YOSEMITE DR & HILL N PARK DR (HILL N PARK)
11:16 AM DEPART YOSEMITE DR STOP
13:35 PM LAYOVER @ PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
13:35 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
13:50 PM Student (MONITOR) ALT - 1127 25TH AV
14:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
14:10 PM CHECK OUT

M06B
10:25 AM CHECK IN
10:45 AM DEPART TRANS
11:10 AM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
11:16 AM YOSEMITE DR & HILL N PARK DR (HILL N PARK)
11:16 AM DEPART YOSEMITE DR STOP
11:29 AM LAYOVER @ PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
11:49 AM Student (VEST)(TWUF) - 406 21ST ST
12:00 PM Student (VEST) -3056 17TH AVE APT A
12:10 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 2816 W 27TH ST(AM ONLY
12:21 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 1210 19TH AV
12:30 PM SCHOOL: SCOTT
12:50 PM ARRIVE TRANS
12:55 PM CHECK OUT

M07A
10:45 AM CHECK IN
11:05 AM DEPART TRANS
11:30 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
11:43 AM Student- 3329 COYOTE LA
11:50 AM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
12:05 PM Student - 1815 2ND ST
12:20 PM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON
12:24 PM Student (ALT) - 2008 9TH AV
12:36 PM Student (ALT) - 602 LUCCA DR
12:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
13:00 PM CHECK OUT

M07B
10:45 AM CHECK IN
11:05 AM DEPART TRANS
11:30 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
11:43 AM Student- 3329 COYOTE LA
11:50 AM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
12:05 PM Student - 1815 2ND ST
12:20 PM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON
12:24 PM Student (ALT) - 2008 9TH AV
12:36 PM Student (ALT) - 602 LUCCA DR
12:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
13:00 PM CHECK OUT

M08A
12:55 PM CHECK IN
1:15 PM DEPART TRANS
1:35 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
1:50 PM Student (ALT) - 908 31ST AV
2:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
2:10 PM CHECK OUT

M08B
10:45 AM CHECK IN
11:05 AM DEPART TRANS
11:30 AM SCHOOL: SCOTT
11:35 AM Student (VEST) (TWUF) - 1201 26TH AV
11:43 AM Student (TWUF) (VEST) 12TH ST @ 14TH AV
11:55 AM Student (VEST)(-TWUF) - 5112 15TH ST
12:20 PM ARRIVE TRANS
12:25 PM CHECK OUT

M09
11:15 AM CHECK IN
11:35 AM DEPART TRANS
11:43 AM Student (VEST) - 815 E 20TH ST RD
11:59 AM Student (VEST) (-TWUF)- 5580 W 29TH ST APTB 102
12:08 PM Student (VEST)-3770 24TH ST(NORTH ENTRANCE PRKLOT
12:28 PM Student (VEST) - 2626 1ST ST #253
12:33 PM Student (VEST) (-TWUF)- 717 18TH AV
12:39 PM Student (VEST)(-TWUF)- 1009 4TH ST APT 1
12:45 PM SCHOOL: ABC EAST
12:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
13:00 PM CHECK OUT

R801A
6:15 AM CHECK IN
6:35 AM DEPART TRANS
6:50 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
6:50 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
7:14 AM 49TH ST & 23RD AV
7:15 AM 2397 49TH ST
7:20 AM COUNTRY ESTATES MHP PLAYGROUND
7:25 AM 34TH AV & 34TH STRD (LOT ON WEST SIDE)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: DOS RIOS
7:35 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
7:45 AM DEPART DOS RIOS ES
7:52 AM 17TH AV & RACHEL CT
7:56 AM 1860 49TH ST
7:57 AM 2397 49TH ST
8:03 AM BLUEBELLS DR B/T PHLOX LA & HARBOR LA (THE RIDGE)
8:05 AM HARBOR LA B/T HAWK DR & QUAY ST (SKATE PARK)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

R801B
14:30 PM CHECK IN
14:50 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: DOS RIOS
15:23 PM 49TH ST & 23RD AV
15:24 PM 2397 49TH ST
15:30 PM COUNTRY ESTATES MHP PLAYGROUND
15:35 PM 34TH AV & 34TH STRD (LOT ON WEST SIDE)
15:35 PM SCHOOL: DOS RIOS
15:35 PM DEPART 34TH AV & 34TH STRD STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
16:09 PM 17TH AV & RACHEL CT
16:12 PM 1860 49TH ST
16:12 PM 2397 49TH ST
16:18 PM BLUEBELLS DR B/T PHLOX LA & HARBOR LA (THE RIDGE)
16:19 PM HARBOR LA B/T HAWK DR & QUAY ST (SKATE PARK)
16:35 PM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
16:35 PM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
17:00 PM ARRIVE TRANS
17:05 PM CHECK OUT

R802A
6:40 AM CHECK IN
7:00 AM DEPART TRANS
7:15 AM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
7:25 AM COUNTRY ESTATES MHP PLAYGROUND
7:35 AM SCHOOL: DOS RIOS ELEMENTARY
8:00 AM DEPART DOS RIOS ES
8:04 AM 15TH AVE & 34TH ST (EVANS POOL)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:40 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:45 AM CHECK OUT

R802B
14:30 PM CHECK IN
14:50 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: DOS RIOS ELEMENTARY
15:23 PM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
15:33 PM COUNTRY ESTATES MHP PLAYGROUND
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:16 PM 15TH AVE & 34TH ST (EVANS POOL)
16:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT

R803A
6:30 AM CHECK IN
6:50 AM DEPART TRANS
7:14 AM 5225 65TH AV (SOUTHWEST OF INTERSECTION)
7:22 AM 3740 54TH STRD
7:25 AM YOSEMITE DR B/T HILL N PARK DR & GLACIER DR (HILL N PARK)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
7:35 AM DEPART HEIMAN ES
7:53 AM 1600 42ND ST
7:55 AM BELMONT AV & 39TH ST (GREEN MEADOWS PARK)
8:00 AM 31ST ST B/T W SERVICE RD & DENVER ST (SPEED LIMIT SIGN)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:40 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:45 AM GET KEYS FROM PRE TRIPPED BUS
8:50 AM CHECK OUT

R803B
14:30 PM CHECK IN
14:50 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
15:23 PM YOSEMITE DR B/T HILL N PARK DR & GLACIER DR (HILL N PARK)
15:28 PM 3740 54TH STRD
15:32 PM 5225 65TH AV (SOUTHWEST OF INTERSECTION)
15:32 PM DEPART 65TH AV STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:11 PM 1600 42ND ST
16:13 PM BELMONT AV & 39TH ST (GREEN MEADOWS PARK)
16:18 PM 31ST ST B/T W SERVICE RD & DENVER ST (SPEED LIMIT SIGN)
16:25 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:30 PM GET KEYS FROM PRE TRIPPED BUS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT

R804A
6:35 AM CHECK IN
6:55 AM DEPART TRANS
7:20 AM S SHENANDOAH B/T LAKE MEAD & W SHENANDOAH
7:35 AM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
7:45 AM DEPART HEIMAN ES
7:53 AM 5225 65TH AV (SOUTHWEST OF INTERSECTION)
8:00 AM YOSEMITE DR & HILL N PARK DR (HILL N PARK)
8:04 AM S SHENANDOAH B/T LAKE MEAD & W SHENANDOAH (PARK)
8:08 AM BUSH MILLS AV & CEDAR PARK DR
8:10 AM 6330 49TH ST
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:45 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:50 AM CHECK OUT

R804B
14:30 PM CHECK IN
14:50 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
15:25 PM S SHENANDOAH B/T LAKE MEAD & W SHENANDOAH
15:25 PM DEPART 32ND STRD STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:05 PM 5225 65TH AV (SOUTHWEST OF INTERSECTION)
16:08 PM 6330 49TH ST
16:10 PM BUSH MILLS AV & CEDAR PARK DR
16:12 PM S SHENANDOAH B/T LAKE MEAD & W SHENANDOAH (PARK)
16:15 PM YOSEMITE DR & HILL N PARK DR (HILL N PARK)
16:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT

R805 This route was absorbed into other routes due to lack of resources.

R806A
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
7:04 AM 32ND STRD B/T 66TH AV & 66TH AVCT (NORTH SIDE)
7:06 AM CHARDONNAY ST B/T BORROSSA ST & COSTANITA ST (VINEYARD PARK)
7:11 AM CHEYENNE DR & PAWNEE CIR
7:17 AM 31ST ST & 49TH AVCT (T-BONE RANCH)
7:22 AM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE RANCH)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
7:38 AM DEPART HEIMAN ES
7:49 AM 49TH AVCT & 25TH ST
7:53 AM 2115 FAIRWAY LA
7:54 AM 21ST ST & 60TH AV (WESTRIDGE FARMS)
7:59 AM 74TH AV B/T 22ND ST & 21ST STRD (EAGLE RIDGE)
8:08 AM 65TH AV & 26TH ST
8:10 AM 6335 W 28TH ST ( PICK UP ON 64TH AV)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:25 AM DEPART PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:25 AM ASHER H., RAMON M., CAMIN M.,
8:25 AM LANE R., AND OLIVER V.
8:35 AM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
8:50 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:55 AM CHECK OUT

R806B
14:30 PM CHECK IN
14:50 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
15:21 PM 31ST ST & 49TH AVCT (T-BONE RANCH)
15:24 PM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE RANCH)
15:32 PM CHEYENNE DR & PAWNEE CIR
15:36 PM CHARDONNAY ST B/T BORROSSA ST & COSTANITA ST (VINEYARD PARK
15:38 PM 32ND STRD B/T 66TH AV & 66TH AVCT (NORTH SIDE)
15:38 PM DEPART 32ND STREET RD STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:08 PM 74TH AV B/T 22ND ST & 21ST STRD (EAGLE RIDGE)
16:17 PM 21ST ST & 60TH AV (WESTRIDGE FARMS)
16:20 PM 65TH AV & 26TH ST
16:21 PM 6335 W 28TH ST ( PICK UP ON 64TH AV)
16:27 PM 49TH AVCT & 25TH ST
16:35 PM 2115 FAIRWAY LA
17:00 PM ARRIVE TRANS
17:05 PM CHECK OUT

R807 This route was absorbed into other routes due to lack of resources.

R808A
6:20 AM CHECK IN
6:40 AM DEPART TRANS
6:50 AM 21ST ST B/T 8TH AV & 9TH AV (MCKINNEY)
6:53 AM 24TH ST & 6TH AV
7:07 AM SOUTH OF 2921 SKYLINE DRIVE
7:14 AM 29TH STRD B/T 16TH AV & 15TH AVCT
7:35 AM SCHOOL: JACKSON
7:35 AM DEPART JACKSON ES
7:41 AM 29TH AV & MARINERS LANDING DR ( NORTHPOINT)
7:46 AM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
7:50 AM LOT B/T 35TH ST & 33RD AVENUE CT (VACANT LOT ON EAST SIDE)
8:05 AM 41ST AV B/T 22ND ST & 42ND AV (GREELEY WEST PARK)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

R808B
14:35 PM CHECK IN
14:55 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: JACKSON
15:30 PM 29TH STRD B/T 16TH AV & 15TH AVCT
15:35 PM SOUTH OF 2921 SKYLINE DRIVE
15:41 PM 24TH ST & 6TH AV
15:43 PM 21ST ST B/T 8TH AV & 9TH AV (MCKINNEY)
15:43 PM SCHOOL: JACKSON
15:43 PM DEPART 21ST ST STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
16:08 PM 29TH AV & MARINERS LANDING DR ( NORTHPOINT)
16:13 PM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
16:17 PM LOT B/T 35TH ST & 33RD AVENUE CT (VACANT LOT ON EAST SIDE)
16:25 PM 41ST AV B/T 22ND ST & 42ND AV (GREELEY WEST PARK)
16:37 PM JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
16:37 PM JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
16:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:50 PM CHECK OUT

R809A
6:40 AM CHECK IN
7:00 AM DEPART TRANS
7:10 AM JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
7:25 AM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
7:28 AM C ST & N 30TH AV (CLOVER CREEK)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MADISON
7:40 AM DEPART MADISON ES
7:55 AM N 25TH AV & M ST (SW CORNER)
8:05 AM 2ND ST & 12TH AV (NORTH SIDE- OPEN FIELD)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
8:15 AM DEPART FRANKLIN
9:00 AM GREELEY CENTRAL MATH STUDENT
10:10 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
10:25 AM ARRIVE TRANS
10:30 AM CHECK OUT

R809B
6:40 AM CHECK IN
7:00 AM DEPART TRANS
7:10 AM JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
7:25 AM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
7:28 AM C ST & N 30TH AV (CLOVER CREEK)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MADISON
7:40 AM DEPART MADISON BLZ
7:55 AM N 25TH AV & M ST (SW CORNER)
8:05 AM 2ND ST & 12TH AV (NORTH SIDE- OPEN FIELD)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
8:15 AM DEPART FRANKLIN
9:40 AM GREELEY CENTRAL MATH STUDENT
9:50 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
10:10 AM ARRIVE TRANS
10:15 AM CHECK OUT

R809C
6:40 AM CHECK IN
7:00 AM DEPART TRANS
7:10 AM JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
7:25 AM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
7:28 AM C ST & N 30TH AV (CLOVER CREEK)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MADISON
7:40 AM DEPART MADISON BLZ
7:55 AM N 25TH AV & M ST (SW CORNER)
8:05 AM 2ND ST & 12TH AV (NORTH SIDE- OPEN FIELD)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

R809D
14:30 PM CHECK IN
14:50 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: MADISON
15:25 PM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
15:27 PM C ST & N 30TH AV (CLOVER CREEK)
15:37 PM JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
15:37 PM DEPART JEFFERSON BLZ STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
16:10 PM 2ND ST & 12TH AV (NORTH SIDE- OPEN FIELD)
16:25 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:30 PM CHECK OUT

R810A
6:45 AM CHECK IN
7:05 AM DEPART TRANS
7:15 AM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
7:20 AM 15TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
7:45 AM DEPART MAPLEWOOD ES
7:57 AM N 9TH AV & 1ST ST (RODARTE PARK)
8:05 AM 4TH AV B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST
8:15 AM SCHOOL: HEATH
8:15 AM DEPART HEATH MIDDLE SCHOOL
9:00 AM DEPART GREELEY CENTRAL
9:15 AM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
9:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:35 AM CHECK OUT

R810B
6:45 AM CHECK IN
7:05 AM DEPART TRANS
7:15 AM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
7:20 AM 15TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
7:45 AM DEPART MAPLEWOOD
7:57 AM N 9TH AV & 1ST ST (RODARTE PARK)
8:05 AM 4TH AV B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST
8:15 AM SCHOOL: HEATH
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT
9:10 AM CHECK IN
9:30 AM DEPART TRANS
9:45 AM DEPART GREELEY CENTRAL
9:55 AM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
10:10 AM ARRIVE TRANS
10:15 AM CHECK OUT

R810C
6:45 AM CHECK IN
7:05 AM DEPART TRANS
7:15 AM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
7:20 AM 15TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
7:45 AM DEPART MAPLEWOOD ES
7:57 AM N 9TH AV & 1ST ST (RODARTE PARK)
8:05 AM 4TH AV B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST
8:15 AM SCHOOL: HEATH
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT
R810D
14:25 PM CHECK IN
14:45 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
15:30 PM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
15:35 PM 15TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV
15:35 PM DEPART 15TH ST STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: HEATH
16:15 PM N 9TH AV & 1ST ST (RODARTE PARK)
16:19 PM 4TH AV B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST
16:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT

R811A
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
7:04 AM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE MCKINNEY)
7:23 AM 6TH AV & 17TH ST (BY BRIDGE)
7:27 AM 15TH ST B/T 6TH AV & 7TH AV (NORTH SIDE)
7:30 AM 7TH AV B/T 12TH ST & 13TH ST
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
7:40 AM DEPART MAPLEWOOD
8:00 AM 31ST STRD B/T 17TH AV & 19TH AV (GIMMESTAD PARK)
8:04 AM 15TH AV & 34TH ST (EVANS POOL)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

R811B
14:25 PM CHECK IN
14:45 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
15:28 PM 6TH AV & 17TH ST (BY BRIDGE)
15:32 PM 15TH ST B/T 6TH AV & 7TH AV (NORTH SIDE)
15:35 PM 7TH AV B/T 12TH ST & 13TH ST
15:49 PM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:15 PM 31ST STRD B/T 17TH AV & 19TH AV (GIMMESTAD PARK)
16:17 PM 15TH AV & 34TH ST (EVANS POOL)
16:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT
R812A
6:35 AM CHECK IN
6:55 AM DEPART TRANS
7:12 AM 1817 2ND AV (THE SHIRE MHP)
7:17 AM 5TH AV B/T 23RD ST & 22ND ST (WEST SIDE)
7:19 AM 4TH AV B/T 21ST ST & 20TH ST
7:22 AM 21ST ST B/T 7TH AV & 6TH AV
7:24 AM 19TH ST B/T 6TH AV & 7TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
7:43 AM DEPART MAPLEWOOD ES
7:55 AM 4TH AV B/T 20TH ST & 21ST ST
7:58 AM 5TH AV & 23RD ST
8:15 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

R812B
14:25 PM CHECK IN
14:45 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
15:25 PM 5TH AV B/T 23RD ST & 22ND ST (WEST SIDE)
15:29 PM 4TH AV B/T 21ST ST & 20TH ST
15:30 PM 21ST ST B/T 7TH AV & 6TH AV
15:32 PM 19TH ST B/T 6TH AV & 7TH AV
15:42 PM 1817 2ND AV (THE SHIRE MHP)
15:42 PM DEPART THE SHIRE MHP STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
16:14 PM 4TH AV B/T 20TH ST & 21ST ST
16:16 PM 5TH AV & 23RD ST
16:25 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:30 PM CHECK OUT

R813A
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
6:54 AM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)(MCKINNEY)
7:09 AM 29TH ST B/T 39TH AV & 35TH AV (HOMESTEAD PARK)
7:22 AM 26TH AV B/T 26TH AVENUE CT & 19TH ST (COTTONWOOD PARK)
7:30 AM SCHOOL: MEEKER
7:35 AM SCHOOL: GENERATIONS CHURCH
7:45 AM DEPART GENERATIONS CHURCH
7:57 AM STAMPEDE DR & 34TH ST (ASHCROFT EAST)
8:00 AM MILAN ST B/T PORTO FINO AV & PALERMO AV
8:08 AM 32ND STREET RD B/T 66TH AVENUE CT & 66TH AV NORTHSIDE
8:11 AM CHARDONNAY ST & COSTANITA ST
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:40 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:45 AM CHECK OUT

R813B
14:15 PM CHECK IN
14:35 PM DEPART TRANS
15:05 PM School: GENERATION CHURCH/ MEEKER
15:10 PM SCHOOL: MEEKER
15:20 PM 26TH AV B/T 26TH AVENUE CT & 19TH ST (COTTONWOOD PARK)
15:35 PM 29TH ST B/T 39TH AV & 35TH AV (HOMESTEAD PARK)
15:35 PM DEPART HOMESTEAD PARK STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:06 PM 32ND STREET RD B/T 66TH AVENUE CT & 66TH AV-NORTHSIDE
16:09 PM CHARDONNAY ST & COSTANITA ST
16:14 PM MILAN ST B/T PORTO FINO AV & PALERMO AV
16:17 PM STAMPEDE DR & 34TH ST (ASHCROFT EAST)
16:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT

R814A
5:45 AM CHECK IN
5:45 AM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
6:10 AM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
6:30 AM DEPART TRANS
6:55 AM 73RD AV & 12TH ST (KNAUS)
6:56 AM 11TH ST & 75TH AV (KNAUS-WEST SIDE)
7:00 AM 74TH AV & 19TH ST (MOUNTAIN VISTA)
7:05 AM 74TH AV B/T 22ND ST & 21ST STRD (EAGLERIDGE PARK/POOL)
7:10 AM 68TH AV & 22ND ST (DRAKE'S CROSSING)
7:12 AM 21ST ST & 64TH AV (WESTRIDGE FARMS-WEST SIDE)
7:14 AM 21ST ST & 60TH AV (WESTRIDGE FARMS)
7:16 AM 6335 W 28TH ST
7:20 AM 27TH ST & 56TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MONFORT
7:48 AM DEPART MONFORT ES
8:03 AM 30TH ST B/T 17TH AV & 23RD AV (OPEN AREA BY SPEED LIMIT SIGN)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:40 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:45 AM GET KEYS FROM PRE TRIPPED BUS
8:50 AM CHECK OUT

R814B
14:00 PM CHECK IN
14:00 PM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
14:25 PM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
14:45 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: MONFORT
15:23 PM 27TH ST & 56TH AV
15:25 PM 6335 W 28TH ST
15:30 PM 21ST ST & 60TH AV (WESTRIDGE FARMS)
15:32 PM 21ST ST & 64TH AV (WESTRIDGE FARMS-WEST SIDE)
15:35 PM 68TH AV & 22ND ST (DRAKE'S CROSSING)
15:39 PM 74TH AV B/T 22ND ST & 21ST STRD (EAGLERIDGE PARK POOK
15:43 PM 74TH AV & 19TH ST (MOUNTAIN VISTA)
15:46 PM 73RD AV & 12TH ST (KNAUS)
15:48 PM 11TH ST & 75TH AV (KNAUS-WEST SIDE)
15:48 PM DEPART 11TH ST STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:15 PM 30TH ST B/T 17TH AV & 23RD AV (OPEN AREA BY SPEED LIMIT SIGN
16:25 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:30 PM GET KEYS FROM PRE TRIPPED BUS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT

R815A
5:45 AM CHECK IN
5:45 AM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
6:10 AM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
6:30 AM DEPART TRANS
6:55 AM 68TH AV & 17TH ST (CEDARWOODS)
7:01 AM 6308 10TH ST (PULL TO SIDE OF STREET, DO NOT USE 8 WAYS)
7:03 AM 16TH ST & 61ST AV (NW CORNER-FOX RUN)
7:05 AM 63RD AVCT & 13TH STRD (SE CORNER)
7:12 AM 51ST AV & 11TH ST
7:16 AM 13TH STRD & 56TH AV (PEAKVIEW PARK)
7:20 AM 18TH ST & 58TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MONFORT
7:45 AM DEPART MONFORT ES
7:56 AM 29TH ST B/T 39TH AV & 35TH AV (HOMESTEAD PARK)
8:02 AM 30TH ST & 43RD AV (GATEWAY ESTATES)
8:05 AM 31ST ST & 46TH AV
8:07 AM 31ST ST & 49TH AVCT (T-BONE RANCH)
8:09 AM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE SOUTHSIDE)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:40 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:45 AM CHECK OUT
R815B
14:05 PM CHECK IN
14:05 PM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
14:30 PM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
14:50 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: MONFORT
15:20 PM 51ST AV & 11TH ST
15:23 PM 13TH STRD & 56TH AV (PEAKVIEW PARK)
15:25 PM 18TH ST & 58TH AV
15:27 PM 16TH ST & 61ST AV (NW CORNER-FOX RUN)
15:29 PM 63RD AVCT & 13TH STRD (SE CORNER)
15:32 PM 68TH AV & 17TH ST (CEDARWOODS)
15:36 PM 6308 10TH ST (PULL TO SIDE OF STREET, DO NOT USE 8 WAYS)
15:36 PM DEPART 10TH ST STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:07 PM 29TH ST B/T 39TH AV & 35TH AV (HOMESTEAD PARK)
16:10 PM 30TH ST & 43RD AV (GATEWAY ESTATES)
16:12 PM 31ST ST & 46TH AV
16:17 PM 31ST ST & 49TH AVCT (T-BONE RANCH)
16:21 PM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE SOUTH SIDE)
16:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:50 PM CHECK OUT

R816A
6:55 AM CHECK IN
7:15 AM DEPART TRANS
7:25 AM 29TH STREET RD & STATE FARM RD (OPEN FIELD)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: CENTENNIAL
7:35 AM DEPART CENTENNIAL
7:50 AM 29TH STRD B/T 16TH AV & 15TH AVCT (JOHN EVANS TRACK FIELD)
7:55 AM SOUTH OF 2921 SKYLINE DRIVE
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:40 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:55 AM CHECK OUT

R816B
14:30 AM CHECK IN
14:50 AM DEPART TRANS
15:15 AM SCHOOL: CENTENNIAL
3:21 AM 29TH STREET RD & STATE FARM RD (OPEN FIELD)
15:21 PM DEPART 29TH STREET RD STOP
16:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:15 PM 29TH STRD B/T 16TH AV & 15TH AVCT (JOHN EVANS TRACK FIELD)
16:20 PM SOUTH OF 2921 SKYLINE DRIVE
16:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT

R817A
6:40 AM CHECK IN
7:00 AM DEPART TRANS
7:14 AM 1128 E 8TH ST
7:17 AM 21026 CR 64 (PICK UP ON CR 43/CHERRY AV)
7:20 AM 21633 CR 66
7:21 AM 21753 CR 66
7:24 AM 31268 CR 47
7:24 AM 31268 CR 47
7:30 AM 30460 CR 49
7:30 AM 30460 CR 49
7:34 AM 24921 CR 60.5 (PICK UP ON CR 51)
7:47 AM 22880 CR 52
7:47 AM 22880 CR 52
7:53 AM 20496 CR 54
8:00 AM APPLE AV B/T E 28TH STRD & E 28TH STDR (RIVERVIEW FARMS)
8:00 AM APPLE AV B/T E 28TH STRD & E 28TH STDR (RIVERVIEW FARMS)
8:01 AM 782 E 28TH ST (RV PARK)
8:10 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
8:15 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
8:25 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:30 AM CHECK OUT

R817B
15:15 PM CHECK IN
15:35 PM DEPART TRANS
15:50 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
16:00 PM ROMERO ACADEMY K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (BALSAM AV)
16:00 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
16:10 PM APPLE AV B/T E 28TH STRD & E 28TH STDR (RIVERVIEW FARMS)
16:10 PM APPLE AV B/T E 28TH STRD & E 28TH STDR (RIVERVIEW FARMS)
16:11 PM 782 E 28TH ST (RV PARK)
16:19 PM 22880 CR 52
16:19 PM 22880 CR 52
16:24 PM 20496 CR 54
16:35 PM 1128 E 8TH ST
16:37 PM 21026 CR 64 (PICK UP ON CR 43/CHERRY AV)
16:40 PM 21633 CR 66
16:40 PM 21753 CR 66
16:42 PM 31268 CR 47
16:42 PM 31268 CR 47
16:46 PM 30460 CR 49
16:46 PM 30460 CR 49
16:48 PM 24921 CR 60.5 (PICK UP ON CR 51)
17:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
17:10 PM CHECK OUT

R818A
7:10 AM CHECK IN
7:30 AM DEPART TRANS
7:42 AM 14TH AV & 26TH ST (FARR PARK)(MCKINNEY)
7:48 AM 3301 W SERVICE RD (HERITAGE INN )(2ND ENTRANCE)(MCKINNEY)
7:56 AM STATE ST & CENTRAL ST
7:56 AM STATE ST & CENTRAL ST
7:59 AM 35TH ST & EMPIRE ST
7:59 AM 35TH ST & EMPIRE ST
8:01 AM TRINIDAD ST & 32ND ST
8:01 AM TRINIDAD ST & 32ND ST
8:10 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
8:20 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

R818B
14:15 PM CHECK IN
14:35 PM DEPART TRANS
15:05 PM SCHOOL: GENERATIONS CHURCH
15:10 PM SCHOOL: MEEKER
15:50 PM PROCEED ON TO ROMERO 4-8
15:50 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
16:00 PM ROMERO ACADEMY K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (BALSAM AV)
16:00 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
16:08 PM TRINIDAD ST & 32ND ST
16:08 PM TRINIDAD ST & 32ND ST
16:09 PM 35TH ST & EMPIRE ST
16:09 PM 35TH ST & EMPIRE ST
16:11 PM STATE ST & CENTRAL ST
16:11 PM STATE ST & CENTRAL ST
16:12 PM 3301 W SERVICE RD (HERITAGE INN )(2ND ENTRANCE)(MCKINNEY)
16:20 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:25 PM CHECK OUT

R819B This route's AM portion was absorbed into other routes due to lack of resources.
15:15 PM CHECK IN
15:35 PM DEPART TRANS
15:50 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
16:00 PM ROMERO ACADEMY K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (BALSAM AV)
16:00 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
16:10 PM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)
16:10 PM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)
16:20 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:25 PM CHECK OUT

R820A
6:20 AM CHECK IN
6:40 AM DEPART TRANS
6:50 AM 1012 E 16TH ST
6:52 AM 2196 E 16TH ST
6:54 AM 2747 E 18TH ST
7:00 AM 2501 E 18TH ST
7:04 AM E 18TH ST & BIRCH AV
7:10 AM BALSAM AV & E 21ST ST (EAST MEMORIAL PARK)
7:25 AM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
7:34 AM DEPART GREELEY CENTRAL
7:43 AM 1ST AV B/T 15TH ST & 16TH ST
7:46 AM E 16TH ST & BIRCH AV (STUDENT CROSSES THE STREET)
7:49 AM 2464 E 16TH ST
7:50 AM 1757 FERN AV
7:51 AM 2983 E 18TH ST
7:56 AM 2501 E 18TH ST
7:57 AM E 18TH ST & DELWOOD AV
7:58 AM E 18TH ST & CEDAR AV (NW CORNER)
7:59 AM E 18TH ST & BIRCH AV
8:00 AM 115 E 18TH ST
8:06 AM ROMERO ACADEMY K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (BALSAM AV)
8:10 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
8:20 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

R820B
14:50 PM CHECK IN
15:10 PM DEPART TRANS
15:35 PM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
15:43 PM BALSAM AV & E 21ST ST (EAST MEMORIAL PARK)
15:50 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
15:53 PM E 18TH ST & BIRCH AV
16:00 PM ROMERO ACADEMY K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (BALSAM AV)
16:00 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
16:05 PM 115 E 18TH ST
16:06 PM 1ST AV B/T 15TH ST & 16TH ST
16:08 PM E 16TH ST & BIRCH AV (STUDENT CROSSES THE STREET
16:08 PM 1012 E 16TH ST
16:10 PM 2196 E 16TH ST
16:10 PM 2464 E 16TH ST
16:11 PM 1757 FERN AV
16:12 PM 2747 E 18TH ST
16:12 PM 2983 E 18TH ST
16:13 PM 2501 E 18TH ST
16:14 PM E 18TH ST & DELWOOD AV
16:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:35 PM CHECK OUT

R821 This route was absorbed into other routes due to lack of resources.

R822A
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
7:00 AM W 15TH ST B/T 23RD AVENUE CT & 24TH AV (MCKINNEY)
7:15 AM C ST & U ST - STONEYBROOK WEST
7:35 AM SCHOOL: WINOGRAD ELEMENTARY
7:35 AM DEPART WINOGRAD ACC
8:05 AM ROMERO ACADEMY K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (BALSAM AV)
8:10 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
8:20 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:25 AM CHECK OUT

R822B
2:10 PM CHECK IN
2:30 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: WINOGRAD ELEMENTARY
3:30 PM C ST & U ST - STONEYBROOK WEST
3:45 PM W 15TH ST B/T 23RD AVENUE CT & 24TH AV (MCKINNEY)
4:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:10 PM CHECK OUT

R823A
6:05 AM CHECK IN
6:05 AM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
6:30 AM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
6:50 AM DEPART TRANS
7:15 AM STONEYBROOK PLAYGROUND
7:30 AM SCHOOL: WINOGRAD ELEMENTARY
7:30 AM DEPART WINOGRAD ACC
7:38 AM 63RD AV & 6TH ST (PUMPKIN RIDGE)
7:44 AM 63RD AV & 3RD STRD (HUNTER'S COVE)
7:45 AM 1ST ST & N 59TH AVCT
7:47 AM 54TH AV B/T 3RD ST & 1ST ST (KELLY FARMS)
7:50 AM 54TH AV & 8TH ST
7:52 AM A ST & N 50TH AVCT (COYOTE RUN PARK)
8:03 AM STONEYBROOK PLAYGROUND
8:06 AM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
8:07 AM C ST & N 30TH AV (CLOVER CREEK)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
8:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:00 AM CHECK OUT

R823B
14:00 PM CHECK IN
14:00 PM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
14:25 PM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
14:45 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: WINOGRAD ELEMENTARY
15:30 PM STONEYBROOK PLAYGROUND
15:30 PM DEPART STONEYBROOK PLAYGROUND
16:00 PM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
16:09 PM A ST & N 50TH AVCT (COYOTE RUN PARK)
16:14 PM 54TH AV & 8TH ST
16:19 PM 63RD AV & 6TH ST (PUMPKIN RIDGE)
16:20 PM 63RD AV & 3RD STRD (HUNTER'S COVE)
16:22 PM 1ST ST & N 59TH AVCT
16:24 PM 54TH AV B/T 3RD ST & 1ST ST (KELLY FARMS)
16:35 PM STONEYBROOK PLAYGROUND
16:38 PM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
16:39 PM C ST & N 30TH AV (CLOVER CREEK)
16:42 PM NW C ST & N 23RD AV
16:45 PM 2707 F ST
16:48 PM N 25TH AV & M ST (SW CORNER)
17:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
17:10 PM CHECK OUT
R824A
6:05 AM CHECK IN
6:25 AM DEPART TRANS
6:41 AM D ST & RIVER PARK MHP SOUTH ENTRANCE
6:43 AM 1520 N 11TH AV (GUADALUPE APARTMENTS)(MCKINNEY)
6:49 AM N 25TH AV & M ST (SW CORNER)
6:51 AM 2707 F ST
6:58 AM Student - C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE
7:03 AM Student - NW CORNER @ I ST & W ST (STONEYBROOK)
7:04 AM Student -NW CORNER @ G ST& W ST (STONEYBROOK)
7:04 AM Student - NW CORNER @ G ST& W ST (STONEYBROOK)
7:16 AM 63RD AV & 6TH ST (PUMPKIN RIDGE) (CROSSWALK)
7:20 AM 1ST ST & N 59TH AVCT
7:22 AM 63RD AV & 3RD STRD (HUNTER'S COVE)
7:34 AM SCHOOL: WINOGRAD ELEMENTARY
7:35 AM NO PRESCHOOL ON MONDAYS RETURN TO YARD
7:50 AM Student (VEST) (-TWUF) - 7412 POUDRE RIVER RD
7:50 AM Student (VEST) (-TWUF)- 7412 POUDRE RIVER RD
8:10 AM SCHOOL: SHAWSHEEN
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

R824B
14:15 PM CHECK IN
14:35 PM DEPART TRANS
15:15 PM SCHOOL: WINOGRAD ELEMENTARY
15:19 PM 63RD AV & 6TH ST (PUMPKIN RIDGE) (CROSSWALK)
15:20 PM 63RD AV & 3RD STRD (HUNTER'S COVE)
15:22 PM 1ST ST & N 59TH AVCT
15:30 PM Student -NW CORNER @ G ST& W ST (STONEYBROOK)
15:30 PM Student - NW CORNER @ G ST& W ST (STONEYBROOK)
15:30 PM Student - NW CORNER @ I ST & W ST
15:38 PM N 25TH AV & M ST (SW CORNER)
15:41 PM 2707 F ST
15:43 PM Student - C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
15:52 PM D ST & RIVER PARK MHP SOUTH ENTRANCE
15:54 PM 1520 N 11TH AV (GUADALUPE APARTMENTS)(MCKINNEY)
16:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:10 PM CHECK OUT

R825 This route was absorbed into other routes due to lack of resources.
R826 This route was absorbed into other routes due to lack of resources.

R827A
5:40 AM CHECK IN
5:40 AM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
6:05 AM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
6:25 AM DEPART TRANS
6:38 AM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE) MCKINNEY
6:48 AM 32ND STRD B/T 66TH AV & 66TH AVCT (NORTHSIDE SIDE)
6:56 AM 74TH AV B/T 22ND ST & 21ST STRD (EAGLE RIDGE)
7:00 AM Student (RAYCE) (MONITOR) - 1715 70TH AV
7:02 AM 68TH AV & 17TH ST (CEDARWOODS)
7:02 AM 68TH AV & 17TH ST (CEDARWOODS)
7:05 AM 73RD AV & W 12TH ST (KNAUS)
7:05 AM 73RD AV & W 12TH ST (KNAUS)
7:10 AM 6450 W 10TH ST (PULL TO THE SIDE, DO NOT USE 8 WAYS)
7:14 AM W 16TH ST B/T 61ST AVENUE CT & 60TH AV (SIDEWALK
7:14 AM W 16TH ST B/T 61ST AVENUE CT & 60TH AV (SIDEWALK
7:19 AM 11TH ST & 51ST AV
7:22 AM Student - 1601 51ST AV
7:24 AM 13TH STRD & 56TH AV (PEAKVIEW PARK)
7:24 AM 13TH STRD & 56TH AV (PEAKVIEW PARK)
7:27 AM 18TH ST & 58TH AV (ADVENTURE DAYCARE)
7:30 AM Student - 1717 58TH AV
7:40 AM 15TH STLA & 44TH AVCT
7:55 AM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
8:05 AM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: HEATH
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM GET KEYS FROM PRE TRIPPED BUS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

R827B
14:05 PM CHECK IN
14:05 PM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
14:30 PM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
14:50 PM DEPART TRANS
15:20 PM SCHOOL: EARLY COLLEGE ACADEMY
15:40 PM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
16:00 PM SCHOOL: HEATH
16:06 PM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
16:18 PM 15TH STLA & 44TH AVCT
16:26 PM 74TH AV B/T 22ND ST & 21ST STRD (EAGLE RIDGE)
16:30 PM 68TH AV & 17TH ST (CEDARWOODS)
16:34 PM 73RD AV & W 12TH ST (KNAUS)
16:34 PM 73RD AV & W 12TH ST (KNAUS)
16:36 PM 6450 W 10TH ST (PULL TO THE SIDE, DO NOT USE 8 WAYS)
16:36 PM 6308 10TH ST (PULL TO SIDE, DO NOT USE 8 WAYS)
16:40 PM W 16TH ST B/T 61ST AVENUE CT & 60TH AV (SIDEWALK)
16:40 PM W 16TH ST B/T 61ST AVENUE CT & 60TH AV (SIDEWALK)
16:45 PM 11TH ST & 51ST AV
16:48 PM 13TH STRD & 56TH AV (PEAKVIEW PARK)
16:48 PM 13TH STRD & 56TH AV (PEAKVIEW PARK)
16:51 PM 18TH ST & 58TH AV (ADVENTURE DAYCARE)
16:56 PM 32ND STRD B/T 66TH AV & 66TH AVCT (NORTHSIDE
17:04 PM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE)
17:20 PM BALSAM AV & E 21ST ST (EAST MEMORIAL PARK)
17:20 PM BALSAM AV & E 21ST ST (EAST MEMORIAL PARK)
17:25 PM ARRIVE TRANS
17:30 PM GET KEYS FROM PRE TRIPPED BUS
17:35 PM CHECK OUT

R828A
5:30 AM CHECK IN
5:30 AM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
5:55 AM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
6:15 AM DEPART TRANS
6:28 AM 21690 CR 64
6:39 AM N 25TH AV & M ST (SW CORNER)
6:45 AM 1ST ST & 25TH AV (UTILITY BOX EAST OF INTERSECTION)
6:48 AM C ST & N 30TH AV (CLOVER CREEK)
6:50 AM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
6:55 AM STONEYBROOK MHC PLAYGROUND
7:10 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
7:10 AM DEPART NORTHRIDGE
7:24 AM 6TH ST B/T 28TH AV & 30TH AV (BROADVIEW PARK)
7:35 AM 74TH AV B/T 22ND ST & 21ST STRD (EAGLE RIDGE)(MCKINNEY)
7:50 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
7:50 AM STAND BY (DISPATCH WILL GIVE LOCATION)
8:25 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

R828B
13:55 PM CHECK IN
13:55 PM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
14:20 PM PRE TRIPS 2ND SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
14:45 PM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
15:05 PM DEPART TRANS
15:35 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
15:45 PM N 25TH AV & M ST (SW CORNER)
15:53 PM STONEYBROOK MHC PLAYGROUND
15:56 PM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
15:57 PM C ST & N 30TH AV (CLOVER CREEK)
16:00 PM 1ST ST & 25TH AV (UTILITY BOX EAST OF
16:04 PM 6TH ST B/T 28TH AV & 30TH AV (BROADVIEW PARK)
16:09 PM 15TH AVENUE CT B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST (KIWANIS PARK)
16:13 PM 19TH AV & 2ND ST
16:19 PM 1442 N 11TH AV (GUADALUPE CENTER)(MCKINNEY)
16:25 PM 21690 CR 64
16:32 PM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
16:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:50 PM CHECK OUT

R829A
5:55 AM CHECK IN
6:15 AM DEPART TRANS
6:35 AM 1442 N 11TH AV (GUADALUPE CENTER)(MCKINNEY)
6:50 AM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
7:00 AM 15TH AVENUE CT B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST (KIWANIS PARK
7:15 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
7:20 AM DEPART NORTHRIDGE HS
7:30 AM 19TH AV & 2ND ST (PINE MEADOWS APTS)
7:40 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
7:40 AM DEPART NORTHRIDGE HS
8:05 AM ROMERO ACADEMY K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (BALSAM AV)
8:10 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
8:20 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:25 AM CHECK OUT

R829B
14:45 PM CHECK IN
15:05 PM DEPART TRANS
15:35 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
15:44 PM 6TH ST B/T 28TH AV & 30TH AV (BROADVIEW PARK)
15:47 PM 1ST ST & 25TH AV (UTILITY BOX EAST OF
15:50 PM 19TH AV & 2ND ST (PINE MEADOWS APTS)
15:53 PM 15TH AVENUE CT B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST (KIWANIS PARK)
15:59 PM 12TH ST B/T 3RD AV & 4TH AV (SUNRISE PARK)
16:10 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:15 PM CHECK OUT
R830A
6:00 AM CHECK IN
6:20 AM DEPART TRANS
6:25 AM APPLE AV & E 28TH ST (RIVERVIEW FARMS)
6:35 AM 22670 CR 54
6:42 AM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)
6:50 AM 31ST ST B/T W SERVICE RD & DENVER ST ( SPEED
6:56 AM SOUTH OF 2921 SKYLINE DRIVE
7:03 AM 15TH AV & 34TH ST ( EVANS POOL PARKING LOT)
7:05 AM 1600 42ND ST
7:25 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
7:25 AM DEPART GREELEY WEST
7:30 AM SCHOOL: MEEKER
7:35 AM SCHOOL: GENERATIONS CHURCH
7:45 AM DEPART GREELEY WEST HS
8:00 AM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)
8:00 AM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)
8:10 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
8:20 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

R830B
14:55 PM CHECK IN
15:15 PM DEPART TRANS
15:40 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
15:52 PM 1600 42ND ST
15:56 PM 15TH AV & 34TH ST ( EVANS POOL PARKING LOT)
16:00 PM SOUTH OF 2921 SKYLINE DRIVE
16:05 PM 31ST ST B/T W SERVICE RD & DENVER ST ( SPEED
16:10 PM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)
16:15 PM APPLE AV & E 28TH ST (RIVERVIEW FARMS)
16:22 PM 22670 CR 54
16:25 PM 22880 CR 52
16:26 PM 22708 CR 52
16:31 PM 24957 CR 43
16:36 PM 20496 CR 54
16:40 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:45 PM CHECK OUT

R831A
6:05 AM CHECK IN
6:25 AM DEPART TRANS
6:46 AM 65TH AV & W 26TH ST (WEST SIDE OF 65TH AV)
6:53 AM CHARDONNAY ST & COSTANITA ST
6:57 AM 5225 65TH AV (SOUTHWEST OF INTERSECTION)
7:02 AM GRANJERO RD & CABALLO TRL
7:08 AM 6330 49TH ST
7:12 AM YOSEMITE DR & HILL N PARK DR (HILL N PARK)
7:14 AM CEDAR PARK DR & DRY CREEK RD
7:15 AM 5887 49TH ST
7:16 AM 3990 65TH AV
7:19 AM ARROWHEAD DR & PAWNEE LA
7:30 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
7:45 AM DEPART WEST HS
8:05 AM ROMERO ACADEMY K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (BALSAM AV)
8:10 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
8:20 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:25 AM CHECK OUT

R831B
14:55 PM CHECK IN
15:15 PM DEPART TRANS
15:40 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
15:48 PM 65TH AV & W 26TH ST (WEST SIDE OF 65TH AV)
15:51 PM CHARDONNAY ST & COSTANITA ST
15:54 PM 5225 65TH AV (SOUTHWEST OF INTERSECTION)
15:58 PM GRANJERO RD & CABALLO TRL
16:04 PM 6330 49TH ST
16:07 PM YOSEMITE DR & HILL N PARK DR (HILL N PARK)
16:10 PM CEDAR PARK DR & DRY CREEK RD
16:13 PM 5887 49TH ST
16:15 PM 3990 65TH AV
16:17 PM ARROWHEAD DR & PAWNEE LA
16:26 PM 15TH AV & 34TH ST (EVANS POOL PARKING LOT)
16:30 PM SOUTH OF 2921 SKYLINE DRIVE
16:35 PM 31ST ST B/T W SERVICE RD & DENVER ST (SPEED LIMI
16:40 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:45 PM CHECK OUT

R832A
5:30 AM CHECK IN
5:50 AM DEPART TRANS
6:18 AM 24100 CR 64 (NEWCOMERS)
6:34 AM ROMERO K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE
6:34 AM ROMERO K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (NEWCOMERS)
6:46 AM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)
6:50 AM 31TH ST B/T W SERVICE RD & DENVER ST
6:53 AM 42ND ST B/T BELMONT AV & 17TH AV
6:59 AM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
7:09 AM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE)(MCKINNEY)
7:32 AM STONEYBROOK PLAYGROUND
7:34 AM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
7:40 AM 6TH ST B/T 28TH AV & 30TH AV (BROADVIEW
7:46 AM 12TH AV & 2ND ST (NEWCOMERS)
7:46 AM 12TH AV & 2ND ST
7:50 AM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON JR. HIGH
7:50 AM JEFFERSON JUNIOR BUS LOADING ZONE (NEWCOMERS)
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

R832B
15:00 PM CHECK IN
15:20 PM DEPART TRANS
15:35 PM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON JR. HIGH
15:42 PM 1ST ST & 25TH AV (STOP SIGN BY 25TH)
15:44 PM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
15:47 PM STONEYBROOK PLAYGROUND
16:01 PM 32ND STREET RD B/T 66TH AVENUE CT & 66TH AV
16:10 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:20 PM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE)
16:30 PM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
16:37 PM 42ND ST B/T BELMONT AV & 17TH AV
16:42 PM DOS RIOS BUS LOADING ZONE (NEWCOMERS)
16:53 PM JEFFERSON JUNIOR BUS LOADING ZONE (NEWCOMERS)
17:01 PM 6TH ST B/T 28TH AV & 30TH AV (BROADVIEW
17:07 PM 12TH AV & 2ND ST (NEWCOMERS)
17:07 PM 12TH AV & 2ND ST
17:18 PM ROMERO K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (NEWCOMERS)
17:18 PM ROMERO K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE
17:33 PM 24100 CR 64 (NEWCOMERS)
17:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
18:00 PM CHECK OUT

R832C
14:25 PM CHECK IN
14:45 PM DEPART TRANS
15:00 PM 29TH STREET RD & 13TH AV
15:20 PM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON
15:20 PM DEPART JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL
15:35 PM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON JR. HIGH
15:42 PM 1ST ST & 25TH AV (STOP SIGN BY 25TH)
15:44 PM C ST E OF RODEO DR (FR VILLAGE)
15:47 PM STONEYBROOK PLAYGROUND
16:01 PM 32ND STREET RD B/T 66TH AVENUE CT & 66TH AV
16:10 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
16:20 PM 30TH ST B/T 54TH AV & 55TH AV (WEST T-BONE)
16:30 PM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
16:37 PM 42ND ST B/T BELMONT AV & 17TH AV
16:42 PM DOS RIOS BUS LOADING ZONE (NEWCOMERS)
16:53 PM JEFFERSON JUNIOR BUS LOADING ZONE (NEWCOMERS)
17:01 PM 6TH ST B/T 28TH AV & 30TH AV (BROADVIEW
17:07 PM 12TH AV & 2ND ST (NEWCOMERS)
17:07 PM 12TH AV & 2ND ST
17:18 PM ROMERO K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE (NEWCOMERS)
17:18 PM ROMERO K-3 BUS LOADING ZONE
17:33 PM 24100 CR 64 (NEWCOMERS)
17:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
18:00 PM CHECK OUT

S01A
7:20 AM CHECK IN
7:40 AM DEPART TRANS
7:55 AM STUDENT (MT---) - 2809 39TH AV
8:05 AM STUDENT (MTWU)- 4394 W 2ND ST
8:20 AM STUDENT - (MTWU-) -22ND AV & 18TH STRD
8:25 AM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

S01B
13:05 PM CHECK IN
13:25 PM DEPART TRANS
13:35 PM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
13:42 PM STUDENT - (MTWU-) -22ND AV & 18TH STRD
13:57 PM STUDENT (MTWU)- 4394 W 2ND ST
14:12 PM STUDENT (MT---) - 2809 39TH AV
15:35 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
15:50 PM STUDENT (PM ONLY)-4428 W 14TH STREET RD
16:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:10 PM CHECK OUT

S01C
7:10 AM CHECK IN
7:30 AM DEPART TRANS
7:40 AM STUDENT (-TWUF)- 3008 SUNSET DR APT 1
7:51 AM STUDENT (MT---) - 2809 39TH AV
8:04 AM STUDENT (MTWU)- 4394 W 2ND ST
8:19 AM STUDENT - (MTWU-) -22ND AV & 18TH STRD
8:25 AM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:45 AM CHECK OUT

S01D
14:05 PM CHECK IN
14:25 PM DEPART TRANS
14:35 PM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
14:42 PM STUDENT - (MTWU-) -22ND AV & 18TH STRD
14:57 PM STUDENT (MTWU)- 4394 W 2ND ST
15:12 PM STUDENT (MT---) - 2809 39TH AV
15:35 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
15:50 PM STUDENT (PM ONLY)-4428 W 14TH STREET RD
16:05 PM STUDENT (-TWUF)- 3008 SUNSET DR APT 1
16:15 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:20 PM CHECK OUT

S01E
6:20 AM CHECK IN
6:40 AM DEPART TRANS
7:00 AM PARK BUS IN WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
7:11 AM WALK ACROSS 35TH AVE TO 2121 #7 WALK VA
7:11 AM WALK STUDENT. TO BUS
7:11 AM STUDENT - (WUF)- WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
7:28 AM STUDENT (--WUF) - 1017 E 20TH ST
7:39 AM STUDENT (-TWUF)- 3008 SUNSET DR APT 1
7:58 AM STUDENT (MTWU)- 4394 W 2ND ST
8:12 AM STUDENT - (MTWU-) -22ND AV & 18TH STRD
8:20 AM STUDENT (--WUF) - 10TH AV B/T 3RD ST & 4TH ST
8:25 AM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

S01F
14:05 PM CHECK IN
14:25 PM DEPART TRANS
14:35 PM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
14:40 PM STUDENT - (MTWU-) -22ND AV & 18TH STRD
14:48 PM STUDENT (--WUF) - 10TH AV B/T 3RD ST & 4TH ST
14:58 PM STUDENT (--WUF) - 1017 E 20TH ST
15:09 PM STUDENT (-TWUF)- 3008 SUNSET DR APT 1
15:35 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
15:44 PM STUDENT (PM ONLY)-4428 W 14TH STREET RD
15:50 PM STUDENT (MTWU)- 4394 W 2ND ST
15:58 PM STUDENT - (WUF)- WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
15:58 PM PARK BUS IN WEST LAKE PARKING LOT
15:58 PM WALK STUDENT TO 2121 35TH AV #7
16:25 PM ARRIVE TRANS
16:30 PM CHECK OUT

S01G
6:20 AM CHECK IN
6:40 AM DEPART TRANS
7:00 AM PARK BUS IN WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
7:00 AM WALK TO 2121 35TH AVE #7
7:11 AM WALK STUDENT W ACROSS TO BUS
7:11 AM STUDENT - (WUF)- WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
7:28 AM STUDENT (--WUF) - 1017 E 20TH ST
7:39 AM STUDENT (-TWUF)- 3008 SUNSET DR APT 1
7:58 AM STUDENT (MTWU)- 4394 W 2ND ST
8:12 AM STUDENT - (MTWU-) -22ND AV & 18TH STRD
8:20 AM STUDENT (--WUF) - 10TH AV B/T 3RD ST & 4TH ST
8:25 AM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
8:35 AM CHECK OUT
8:40 AM ARRIVE TRANS

S01H
2:05 PM CHECK IN
2:25 PM DEPART TRANS
2:35 PM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
2:40 PM STUDENT - (MTWU-) -22ND AV & 18TH STRD
2:48 PM STUDENT (--WUF) - 10TH AV B/T 3RD ST &
2:58 PM STUDENT (--WUF) - 1017 E 20TH ST
3:09 PM STUDENT (-TWUF)- 3008 SUNSET DR APT 1
3:35 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
3:50 PM STUDENT (PM ONLY)-4428 W 14TH STREET RD
3:56 PM STUDENT (MTWU)- 4394 W 2ND ST
4:04 PM STUDENT - (WUF)- WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
4:04 PM PART BUS IN WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
4:04 PM WALK STUDENT TO 2121 35TH AV #7
4:25 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:30 PM CHECK OUT

S01I
6:45 AM CHECK IN
7:05 AM DEPART TRANS
7:31 AM PARK BUS IN WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
7:31 AM WALK TO 2121 35TH AV #7
7:32 AM WALK STUDENT TO BUS IN WESTLAKE PARKIN
7:42 AM STUDENT - (WUF)- WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
8:00 AM STUDENT (--WUF) - 1017 E 20TH ST
8:11 AM STUDENT (-TWUF)- 3008 SUNSET DR APT 1
8:20 AM STUDENT (--WUF) - 10TH AV B/T 3RD ST & 4TH ST
8:25 AM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

S01J
2:05 PM CHECK IN
2:25 PM DEPART TRANS
2:35 PM SCHOOL: TRANSITION
2:40 PM STUDENT (--WUF) - 10TH AV B/T 3RD ST & 4TH ST
2:51 PM STUDENT (--WUF) - 1017 E 20TH ST
3:02 PM STUDENT (-TWUF)- 3008 SUNSET DR APT 1
3:10 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
3:18 PM STUDENT (PM ONLY)-4428 W 14TH STREET RD
3:24 PM STUDENT - (WUF)- WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
3:24 PM PARK BUS IN WESTLAKE PARKING LOT
3:24 PM WALK STUDENT TO 2121 35TH AVE #7
3:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
3:50 PM CHECK OUT

S02A
5:55 AM CHECK IN
6:15 AM DEPART TRANS
6:32 AM 29TH AVENUE PL B/T 16TH ST & 17TH ST (MCKINNEY)
6:40 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 1308 6TH ST
6:40 AM STUDENT - 1308 6TH ST
6:46 AM STUDENT - 310 26TH AV
6:46 AM STUDENT - 310 26TH AV
6:50 AM STUDENT - 417 28TH AVENUE CT
6:54 AM STUDENT - 3314 5TH STRD
7:05 AM STUDENT (VEST) - F ST & W ST (NE CORNER) (STONEYBROOK)
7:15 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 5000 11TH ST
7:30 AM STUDENT - 2050 30TH ST
7:35 AM SCHOOL: CENTENNIAL
7:46 AM STUDENT - 1318 28TH STRD
7:58 AM STUDENT - 3911 30TH STRD
8:15 AM SCHOOL: HEATH
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

S02B
2:30 PM CHECK IN
2:50 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: CENTENNIAL
3:20 PM STUDENT - 2050 30TH ST
3:28 PM STUDENT - 15TH ST B/T 8TH AV &7TH AV (PM ONLY)
3:33 PM STUDENTS (MONITOR) - 1308 6TH ST
4:00 PM SCHOOL: HEATH
4:05 PM 29TH AVENUE PL B/T 16TH ST & 17TH ST (MCKINNEY)
4:11 PM STUDENTS - 310 26TH AV
4:16 PM STUDENT - 417 28TH AVENUE CT
4:20 PM STUDENT - 3314 5TH STRD
4:27 PM STUDENT (VEST) - F ST & W ST (NE CORNER) (STONEYBROOK)
4:38 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 5000 11TH ST
4:46 PM STUDENT - 1601 51ST AV
4:49 PM STUDENT - 1717 58TH AV
4:54 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 1715 70TH AV
5:09 PM STUDENT - 3911 30TH STRD
5:19 PM STUDENT - 1318 28TH STRD
5:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:35 PM CHECK OUT

S03A
6:00 AM CHECK IN
6:20 AM DEPART TRANS
6:40 AM STUDENT - 200 N 35TH AV #129
6:49 AM STUDENT - "W" ST & "J" ST
6:50 AM STUDENT - "W" ST & "I" ST
6:57 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 435 N 35TH AV #223
7:15 AM STUDENT (W/C & MON) 5509 2ND ST (ALT)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MONFORT
7:45 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

S03B
2:25 PM CHECK IN
2:45 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MONFORT
3:35 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
3:49 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 435 N 35TH AV #223
3:55 PM STUDENT - "W" ST & "J" ST
3:57 PM STUDENT - "W" ST & "I" ST
4:00 PM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
4:05 PM STUDENT - 3205 W 7TH ST
4:08 PM STUDENT - 30TH AV & 3RD STRD
4:13 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 4915 W 3RD STREET RD
4:23 PM STUDENT (W/C) - "D" ST & "W" ST (NW CORNER)
4:32 PM STUDENT - 200 N 35TH AV #129
4:37 PM STUDENT 210 N 22ND AV
5:00 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:05 PM CHECK OUT

S03C
2:25 PM CHECK IN
2:45 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MONFORT
3:35 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
3:49 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 435 N 35TH #223
3:55 PM STUDENT - "W" ST & "J" ST
3:57 PM STUDENT - "W" ST & "I" ST
4:00 PM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
4:05 PM STUDENT - 3205 W 7TH ST
4:08 PM STUDENT - 30TH AV & 3RD STRD
4:13 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 4915 W 3RD STREET RD
4:21 PM STUDENT - 200 N 35TH AV #129
4:27 PM STUDENT 210 N 22ND AV
4:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:00 PM CHECK OUT

S04A
5:40 AM CHECK IN
6:00 AM DEPART TRANS
6:21 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 2220 11TH ST
6:26 AM STUDENT - 2110 8TH ST
6:34 AM STUDENT - 715 27TH AV
6:38 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 3117 5TH ST
6:42 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 286 30TH AV
6:47 AM STUDENT - 297 31ST AV
6:53 AM STUDENT (VEST) - 200 N 35TH AV #200
7:03 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 228 N 50TH AV
7:10 AM STUDENT (W/C) - 224 N 55TH AV
7:21 AM STUDENT - 641 46TH AVENUE CT (AM ONLY)
7:25 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 628 47TH AVCT
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MCAULIFFE
7:45 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
7:54 AM DEPART NORTHRIDGE
8:02 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 4915 W 3RD STREET RD
8:10 AM STUDENT - 3205 W 7TH ST
8:15 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT
S04B
2:20 PM CHECK IN
2:40 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MCAULIFFE
3:21 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 228 N 50TH AV
3:28 PM STUDENT (W/C) - 224 N 55TH AV
3:35 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
3:42 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 628 47TH AVCT
3:50 PM STUDENT (MT--F ONLY)- 2818 E ST
3:54 PM STUDENT (VEST) - 200 N 35TH AV #200
4:02 PM STUDENT - 297 31ST AV
4:04 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 286 30TH AV
4:08 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 3117 5TH ST
4:13 PM STUDENT - 715 27TH AV
4:23 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 2220 11TH ST
4:31 PM STUDENT - 2110 8TH ST
5:00 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:05 PM CHECK OUT

S04C
2:20 PM CHECK IN
2:40 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MCAULIFFE
3:21 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 228 N 50TH AV
3:28 PM STUDENT (W/C) - 224 N 55TH AV
3:35 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
3:42 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 628 47TH AVCT
3:47 PM STUDENT (VEST) - 200 N 35TH AV #200
3:55 PM STUDENT - 297 31ST AV
3:57 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 286 30TH AV
4:04 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 3117 5TH ST
4:10 PM STUDENT - 715 27TH AV
4:20 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 2220 11TH ST
4:28 PM STUDENT - 2110 8TH ST
4:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:50 PM CHECK OUT

S05A
6:15 AM CHECK IN
6:40 AM DEPART TRANS
6:44 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 2442 1ST AV (ENTRANCE DRIVEWAY)
6:54 AM STUDENT (VEST) - 1317 29TH STRD
7:05 AM STUDENT - GREELEY MALL ENTRANCE
7:12 AM STUDENT (MNTR) 3770 24TH ST(STOP @38TH AV ENTRANCE
7:23 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)-2630 CRESCENT COVE) DR
7:35 AM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
7:50 AM STUDENT - 2506 QUAY ST
7:56 AM STUDENT - 2106 35TH STCT
8:05 AM STUDENT - 1912 28TH AV
8:15 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

S05B
2:20 PM CHECK IN
2:40 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
3:24 PM STUDENT (VEST) - 1317 29TH STRD
3:32 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 2442 1ST AV (ENTRANCE DRIVEWAY)
4:00 PM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
4:17 PM STUDENT - 1912 28TH AV
4:30 PM STUDENT (W/C) - 3523 SAN MATEO AV (PM ONLY)
4:38 PM STUDENT - 2506 QUAY ST
4:44 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)-2630 CRESCENT COVE DR
4:51 PM STUDENT - 2106 35TH STCT
4:56 PM STUDENT - GREELEY MALL ENTRANCE
5:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:10 PM CHECK OUT

S06A
5:20 AM CHECK IN
5:20 AM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
5:45 AM MONITOR CHECK IN
5:45 AM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
6:05 AM DEPART TRANS
6:23 AM STUDENT (VEST&MONITOR) - 1724 22ND AV
6:30 AM STUDENT - 28TH AV DRIVEWAY ENTRANCE (BIRCHWOOD APTS)
6:37 AM STUDENT - 3775 25TH ST (STOP AT 38TH AV ENTRANCE)
6:43 AM STUDENT - W 20TH STREET RD & 42ND AV (SE CORNER)
6:49 AM STUDENT - 4123 W 15TH ST
6:55 AM STUDENT (W/C) - 3927 13TH ST
7:02 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 310 N 42ND AV
7:13 AM STUDENT - 207 21ST AVENUE PL
7:19 AM STUDENT - HABITAT LA & KRON CT
7:24 AM STUDENT - 1429 8TH ST
7:25 AM STUDENT - 1402 8TH ST
7:30 AM STUDENT - 1431 16TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
8:00 AM STUDENT- 829 15TH AV
8:15 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:32 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR)(ALT) - 2301 ASPEN AV
9:00 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
9:12 AM STUDENT (W/C) - "D" ST & "W" ST (NW CORNER)
9:20 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
9:20 AM DEPART FRANKLIN MIDDLE SCHOOL
9:42 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 6300 BURGUNDY ST (ALT)
10:00 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
10:20 AM ARRIVE TRANS
10:25 AM CHECK OUT

S06B
2:30 PM CHECK IN
2:50 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
3:19 PM STUDENT - 1429 8TH ST
3:21 PM STUDENT - 1402 8TH ST
3:24 PM STUDENT - 1431 16TH AV
3:35 PM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
3:43 PM STUDENT (VEST&MONITOR) - 1724 22ND AV
4:00 PM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
4:06 PM STUDENT - 28TH AV DRIVEWAY ENTRANCE BIRCHWOOD APTS)
4:13 PM STUDENT - 3775 25TH ST (STOP AT 38TH AV ENTRANCE)
4:19 PM STUDENT - W 20TH STREET RD & 42ND AV (SE CORNER)
4:25 PM STUDENT (W/C) - 3927 13TH ST
4:27 PM STUDENT - 4123 W 15TH ST
4:36 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 310 N 42ND AV
4:47 PM STUDENT - 207 21ST AVENUE PL
4:51 PM STUDENT - HABITAT LA & KRON CT
5:00 PM STUDENT - 829 15TH AV
5:20 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:25 PM CHECK OUT

S07A
6:10 AM CHECK IN
6:30 AM DEPART TRANS
6:39 AM STUDENT - 562 E 29TH STDR
6:51 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 313 ASH CT
6:54 AM STUDENT -(MONITOR) 3715 GOLDEN ST
6:57 AM STUDENT (VEST AS NEEDED) - 922 42ND ST
7:02 AM STUDENT - 38TH ST & MCAVOY AV (SW CORNER)
7:06 AM STUDENT - 2162 30TH ST (PINES @ SOUTHMOOR OFFICE)
7:10 AM STUDENT - 1318 28TH STRD
7:20 AM STUDENT- 2519 27TH ST
7:27 AM STUDENT - 1730 19TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MADISON
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
7:55 AM STUDENT - 30TH AV & 3RD STRD
8:02 AM STUDENT - "N" ST & "V" ST
8:07 AM STUDENT 210 N 22ND AV
8:15 AM SCHOOL: FRANKLIN
8:40 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:45 AM CHECK OUT

S07B
2:30 PM CHECK IN
2:50 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MADISON
3:28 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
3:38 PM STUDENT - 1730 19TH AV
3:43 PM STUDENT- 2519 27TH ST
3:51 PM STUDENT - 2162 30TH ST (PINES @ SOUTHMOOR OFFICE)
3:57 PM STUDENT - 1318 28TH STRD
4:04 PM STUDENT - 38TH ST & MCAVOY AV (SW CORNER)
4:10 PM STUDENT (VEST AS NEEDED) - 922 42ND ST
4:14 PM STUDENT -(MONITOR) 3715 GOLDEN ST
4:19 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 313 ASH CT
4:27 PM STUDENT - 562 E 29TH STDR
4:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:50 PM CHECK OUT

S08A
6:00 AM CHECK IN
6:20 AM DEPART TRANS
6:44 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)(VEST) - 719 E 27TH S
6:58 AM STUDENT (VEST) - 137 14TH AV
7:03 AM STUDENT - 829 15TH AV
7:13 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 1143 34TH AV
7:18 AM STUDENT (W/C)-1220 52ND AVCT
7:30 AM School: GENERATION CHURCH/ MEEKER
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MEEKER
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
8:25 AM DEPART LAYOVER
8:30 AM STUDENT (W/C)(ALT) - 3509 POPPI AV
9:00 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
9:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:35 AM CHECK OUT

S08B
2:10 PM CHECK IN
2:30 PM DEPART TRANS
3:10 PM School: GENERATION CHURCH/ MEEKER
3:14 PM SCHOOL: MEEKER
3:35 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
3:50 PM STUDENT (W/C)-1220 52ND AVCT
4:00 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 1143 34TH AV
4:10 PM STUDENT (ETHAN) (MON& PM) 2400 4TH ST @
4:20 PM STUDENT (VEST) - 137 14TH AV
4:23 PM STUDENT - 829 15TH AV
4:38 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)(VEST) - 719 E 27TH ST
4:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:50 PM CHECK OUT

S09A
6:20 AM CHECK IN
6:20 AM MONITOR CHECK IN
6:40 AM DEPART TRANS
6:46 AM STUDENT - 2036 1ST AV (COUNTRYSIDE MHP CLUBHOUSE)
6:56 AM STUDENT- 330 18TH ST (THE REAL TRADING CO)
7:00 AM STUDENT - 429 13TH ST
7:06 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 429 7TH ST
7:10 AM STUDENT- 1013 4TH ST
7:15 AM STUDENT - 14TH ST B/T 13TH AV & 14TH AV
7:21 AM STUDENT - 1612 6TH ST
7:27 AM STUDENT - 3016 3RD STRD
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MADISON
7:42 AM 44TH AV & W 4TH STREET RD (MCKINNEY)
7:47 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 8TH ST B/T 37TH AV & 37TH AV CT
7:52 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 1144 31ST AV

8:01 AM STUDENT - 3927 13TH ST


8:06 AM STUDENT - 1509 28TH AVPL
8:07 AM STUDENT - 1545 28TH AVPL
8:15 AM SCHOOL: HEATH
8:55 AM DEPART HEATH
9:00 AM STUDENT - 3813 W 8TH ST (ALT)
9:10 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 1747 68TH AV (ALT)
9:30 AM School: DAY REPORTING CENTER
9:45 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:50 AM CHECK OUT

S09B
6:20 AM CHECK IN
6:20 AM MONITOR CHECK IN
6:40 AM DEPART TRANS
6:46 AM STUDENT - 2036 1ST AV (COUNTRYSIDE MHP CLUBHOUSE)
6:56 AM STUDENT- 330 18TH ST (THE REAL TRADING CO.)
7:00 AM STUDENT - 429 13TH ST
7:06 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 429 7TH ST
7:10 AM STUDENT- 1013 4TH ST
7:15 AM STUDENT - 14TH ST B/T 13TH AV & 14TH AV
7:21 AM STUDENT - 1612 6TH ST
7:27 AM STUDENT - 3016 3RD STRD
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MADISON
7:42 AM 44TH AV & W 4TH STREET RD (MCKINNEY)
7:47 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 8TH ST B/T 37TH AV & 37TH AVENUE CT
7:52 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 1144 31ST AV
8:01 AM STUDENT - 3927 13TH ST
8:06 AM STUDENT - 1509 28TH AVPL
8:07 AM STUDENT - 1545 28TH AVPL
8:15 AM SCHOOL: HEATH
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

S09C
2:05 PM CHECK IN
2:05 PM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
2:30 PM MONITOR CHECK IN
2:30 PM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
2:50 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MADISON
3:24 PM STUDENT - 3016 3RD STRD
3:29 PM STUDENT - 1612 6TH ST
3:36 PM STUDENT - 429 13TH ST
4:00 PM SCHOOL: HEATH
4:05 PM STUDENT - 1509 28TH AVPL
4:05 PM STUDENT - 1545 28TH AVPL
4:08 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 1144 31ST AV
4:13 PM STUDENT - 3927 13TH ST
4:17 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 8TH ST B/T 37TH AV & 37TH AV CT
4:21 PM 44TH AV & W 4TH STREET RD (MCKINNEY)
4:30 PM STUDENT - 13TH AV B/T 9TH ST & 10TH ST
4:32 PM STUDENT - 14TH ST B/T 13TH AV & 14TH AV
4:37 PM STUDENT- 1013 4TH ST
4:42 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 429 7TH ST
4:47 PM STUDENT - 17TH ST B/T 8TH AV & 7TH AV
4:50 PM STUDENT- 330 18TH ST (THE REAL TRADING CO.)
4:52 PM STUDENT - 2036 1ST AV (COUNTRYSIDE MHP CLUBHOUSE)
5:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:10 PM CHECK OUT

S10A
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
6:55 AM STUDENT (MONITOR & G-TUBE)- 401 E 22ND ST
7:05 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2715 7TH AV
7:13 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 713 13TH ST
7:18 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 312 9TH AV
7:27 AM STUDENT (VEST & MONITOR) - 3011 12TH ST
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MCAULIFFE
7:45 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
8:05 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:10 AM CHECK OUT

S10B
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
6:55 AM STUDENT (MONITOR & G-TUBE)- 401 E 22ND ST
7:05 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2715 7TH AV
7:13 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 713 13TH ST
7:18 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 312 9TH AV
7:27 AM STUDENT (VEST & MONITOR) - 3011 12TH ST
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MCAULIFFE
7:45 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
7:59 AM DEPART NORTHRIDGE HS
8:17 AM STUDENT(VEST)(-TWUF) - 1807 28TH ST APT D
8:25 AM STUDENT (VEST)(TWUF)- 2502 W 14TH STREET RD
8:35 AM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 205 16TH AV
8:39 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)- 3RD ST B/T 11TH AV & 10TH AV
8:45 AM SCHOOL: ABC EAST
8:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:00 AM CHECK OUT

S10C
2:25 PM CHECK IN
2:45 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MCAULIFFE
3:29 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
3:35 PM 74TH AV B/T 22ND ST & 21ST STRD (EAGLE RIDGE)(MCKINNEY)
3:47 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 4134 15TH ST (ALT)
3:58 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 312 9TH AV
4:05 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 713 13TH ST
4:11 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2715 7TH AV
4:22 PM STUDENT (MONITOR & G-TUBE)- 401 E 22ND
4:27 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR)(ALT) - 2301 ASPEN AV
4:32 PM STUDENT (VEST&MONITOR) - 2611 ASPEN AV
4:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:50 PM CHECK OUT

S11A
5:10 AM CHECK IN
5:10 AM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (STATUS BOARD)
5:35 AM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
5:55 AM DEPART TRANS
6:05 AM STUDENT- 400 33RD ST
6:12 AM STUDENT - 3530 PUEBLO ST
6:15 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 1204 36TH ST
6:25 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 3102 17TH AV #2
6:30 AM STUDENT - 3020 17TH AV
6:34 AM STUDENT - 1720 32ND ST
6:37 AM STUDENT - 3721 BELMONT AV
6:38 AM STUDENT- 1524 SAN JUAN CIR
6:38 AM THE SECOND SAN JUAN CIR ENTRANCE
6:41 AM STUDENT (W/C) - 1817 RR DIAGONAL
6:44 AM STUDENT (STROLLER)(TWUF) - MACAVOY AV & 38TH ST
6:49 AM STUDENT- 3502 COLUMBINE CT
6:57 AM STUDENT-3609 NORTH POINT DR
7:05 AM STUDENT - 4216 31ST ST
7:13 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3622 W 29TH ST (SP)
7:20 AM STUDENT - 2240 27TH AVCT
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MEEKER
7:35 AM School: GENERATION CHURCH/ MEEKER
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
8:04 AM STUDENT - 2319 43RD AVCT
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

S11B
2:10 PM CHECK IN
2:30 PM DEPART TRANS
3:00 PM School: GENERATION CHURCH/ MEEKER
3:05 PM SCHOOL: MEEKER
3:07 PM STUDENT - 2240 27TH AVCT
3:25 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
3:35 PM STUDENT - 4216 31ST ST
3:50 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
4:18 PM STUDENT - 2319 43RD AVCT
4:29 PM STUDENT-3609 NORTH POINT DR
4:35 PM STUDENT- 3502 COLUMBINE CT
4:43 PM STUDENT (W/C) - 1817 RR DIAGONAL
4:47 PM STUDENT - 3721 BELMONT AV
4:48 PM STUDENT - 1524 SAN JUAN CIR
4:51 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 3102 17TH AV #2
4:55 PM STUDENT - 3020 17TH AV
4:56 PM STUDENT - 1720 32ND ST
4:59 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 1204 36TH ST
5:06 PM STUDENT - 3530 PUEBLO ST
5:11 PM STUDENT- 400 33RD ST
5:25 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:30 PM CHECK OUT

S12A
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
7:01 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 934 B ST
7:06 AM 1520 N 11TH AV (GUADALUPE APARTMENTS)(MCKINNEY)
7:18 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 3715 GOLDEN ST
7:18 AM STUDENT - 3715 GOLDEN ST
7:20 AM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 720 40TH ST
7:20 AM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 720 40TH ST
7:29 AM 37TH ST & SALIDA CT
7:37 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2458 1ST AV
7:44 AM STUDENT - 1017 E 25TH STREET LA
7:49 AM STUDENT (W/C) - 543 E 26TH ST
7:56 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2224 APPLE A
8:10 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
8:20 AM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
8:20 AM MONDAYS RETURN TO THE YARD
8:22 AM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 502 23RD ST
8:32 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)- 527 E 28TH STREET DR
8:40 AM STUDENT (VEST) (TWUF) - 510 E 16TH ST
8:45 AM SCHOOL: ABC EAST
8:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:00 AM CHECK OUT

S12B
2:25 PM CHECK IN
2:45 PM DEPART TRANS
3:05 PM School: SIERRA SCHOOL
3:17 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 4536 CARLSBAD DR
3:50 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY 4-8
3:55 PM SCHOOL: ROMERO ACADEMY K-3
4:05 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2224 APPLE AV
4:13 PM STUDENT - 1017 E 25TH STREET LA
4:21 PM STUDENT (W/C) - 543 E 26TH ST
4:25 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2458 1ST AV
4:39 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 3715 GOLDEN ST
4:39 PM STUDENT - 3715 GOLDEN ST
4:41 PM STUDENTS (VEST) (-TWUF) - 720 40TH ST
4:43 PM 37TH ST & SALIDA CT
4:56 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 934 B ST
5:00 PM 1520 N 11TH AV (GUADALUPE APARTMENTS)(MCKINNEY)
5:10 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:15 PM CHECK OUT

S13A
6:15 AM CHECK IN
6:35 AM DEPART TRANS
6:45 AM STUDENT - 3013 DENVER ST
6:50 AM STUDENT - 2921 SKYLINE DR
6:57 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 2610 9TH AV
7:03 AM STUDENT - ( VEST AS NEED ) 2043 21ST AV
7:10 AM STUDENT - 2044 27TH AV
7:23 AM STUDENT (W/C & NURSE) - 2318 43RD AV
7:28 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 23RD STRD & 43RD AVCT (NW CORNER)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MONFORT
7:45 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
8:15 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:20 AM CHECK OUT

S13B
2:25 PM CHECK IN
2:45 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MONFORT
3:20 PM STUDENT (W/C & NURSE) - 2318 43RD AV
3:21 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 23RD STRD & 43RD AVCT (NW CORNER)
3:45 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
4:05 PM STUDENT - 2044 27TH AV
4:10 PM STUDENT - ( VEST AS NEED ) 2043 21ST AV
4:18 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 2610 9TH AV
4:26 PM STUDENT - 2921 SKYLINE DR
4:31 PM STUDENT - 3013 DENVER ST
4:41 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 3102 17TH AV #6
4:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:00 PM CHECK OUT

S14A
5:40 AM CHECK IN
5:40 AM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
6:05 AM MONITOR CHECK IN
6:05 AM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
6:25 AM DEPART TRANS
6:37 AM 12TH AV B/T 10TH ST & 11TH ST (TRANSITIONAL HOUSE)(MCKINNEY)
6:55 AM STUDENT - 4607 YELLOWSTONE DR
7:02 AM STUDENT (VEST) - 4301 MESQUITE LA
7:08 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3113 SWAN POINT DR
7:14 AM STUDENT (W/C&MON) - COUNTRY ESTATES PLAYGROUND
7:29 AM STUDENT - 2516 49TH AVCT
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MONFORT
7:45 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
8:05 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:10 AM CHECK OUT

S14B
1:00 PM CHECK IN
1:00 PM PRE TRIP SUB BUS (SEE STATUS BOARD)
1:25 PM MONITOR CHECK IN
1:25 PM PRE TRIP ASSIGNED BUS
1:45 PM DEPART TRANS
2:00 PM School: DAY REPORTING CENTER
2:20 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 1747 68TH AV (ALT)
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MONFORT
3:30 PM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
3:43 PM STUDENT - 2516 49TH AVCT
3:52 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 6300 BURGUNDY ST (ALT)
3:59 PM STUDENT (W/C)(ALT) - 3509 POPPI AV
4:09 PM STUDENT (W/C&MON) - COUNTRY ESTATES PLAYGROUND
4:19 PM STUDENT (VEST) - 4301 MESQUITE LA
4:25 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3113 SWAN POINT DR
4:39 PM STUDENT - 4607 YELLOWSTONE DR
5:05 PM 12TH AV B/T 10TH ST & 11TH ST (TRANSITIONAL HOUSE)(MCKINNEY)
5:20 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:25 PM CHECK OUT
S15A
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
6:57 AM STUDENT - 2911 STATE FARM RD
7:05 AM STUDENT - 2177 28TH ST
7:10 AM STUDENT - ON 21ST AV & RESERVOIR RD (NE CORNER)
7:22 AM 5TH AV B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST
7:29 AM STUDENT - 2ND ST & 13TH AV (NW CORNER)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MARTINEZ
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
7:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:00 AM CHECK OUT

S15B
6:25 AM CHECK IN
6:45 AM DEPART TRANS
6:57 AM STUDENT - 2911 STATE FARM RD
7:05 AM STUDENT - 2177 28TH ST
7:10 AM STUDENT - ON 21ST AV & RESERVOIR RD (NE CORNER)
7:22 AM 5TH AV B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST
7:29 AM STUDENTS -2ND ST & 13TH AV (NW CORNER)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MARTINEZ
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
8:00 AM DEPART G CENTRAL
8:03 AM STUDENT (TWUF) (VEST) 12TH ST @ 14TH AV
8:15 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF) - 5112 15TH ST
8:26 AM STUDENT (VEST) (TWUF) - 1201 26TH AV
8:30 AM SCHOOL: SCOTT
8:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:00 AM CHECK OUT

S15C
2:40 PM CHECK IN
3:00 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MARTINEZ
3:17 PM STUDENTS-2ND ST & 13TH AV (NW CORNER)
3:21 PM 5TH AV B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST
3:35 PM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
3:40 PM STUDENT - ON 21ST AV & RESERVOIR RD (NE CORNER)
3:45 PM STUDENT - 2177 28TH ST
3:52 PM STUDENT - 2911 STATE FARM RD
4:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:10 PM CHECK OUT

S15D
2:40 PM CHECK IN
3:00 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MARTINEZ
3:17 PM STUDENTS -2ND ST & 13TH AV (NW CORNER)
3:21 PM 5TH AV B/T 6TH ST & 7TH ST
3:35 PM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
3:50 PM School: DAY REPORTING CENTER
4:05 PM STUDENT - ON 21ST AV & RESERVOIR RD (NE CORNER)
4:10 PM STUDENT - 2177 28TH ST
4:17 PM STUDENT - 2911 STATE FARM RD
4:40 PM STUDENT - 3813 W 8TH ST (ALT)
5:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:10 PM CHECK OUT

S16A
5:55 AM CHECK IN
6:15 AM DEPART TRANS
6:31 AM STUDENT - 1535 6TH AV (AM ONLY)
6:38 AM STUDENT - 706 18TH AV(AM ONLY)
6:42 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONTR) - 140 23RD AV (P/U AT 2ND ST ENTRANCE)
6:48 AM STUDENT - 4TH ST & 4TH STRD
6:53 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3315 W 7TH ST
6:59 AM STUDENT- 730 37TH AV
7:03 AM STUDENT - 4409 W 7TH ST
7:09 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 501 50TH AV
7:15 AM STUDENT 6226 3RD STRD
7:30 AM SCHOOL: MONFORT
7:45 AM DEPART MONFORT
7:56 AM STUDENT - 4009 W 15TH ST
8:08 AM STUDENT - 2126 19TH AV
8:15 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:20 AM DEPART BRENTWOOD
8:34 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 4134 15TH ST
8:43 AM STUDENT (MT--F ONLY)- 2818 E ST
8:55 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
9:02 AM DEPART NORTHRIDGE HS
9:32 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 3102 17TH AV #6
9:55 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
10:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
10:35 AM CHECK OUT

S16B
5:55 AM CHECK IN
6:15 AM DEPART TRANS
6:31 AM STUDENT - 1535 6TH AV (AM ONLY)
6:38 AM STUDENT - 706 18TH AV(AM ONLY)
6:42 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONTR) - 140 23RD AV (P/U AT 2ND ST ENTRANCE)
6:48 AM STUDENT - 4TH ST & 4TH STRD
6:53 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3315 W 7TH ST
6:59 AM STUDENT- 730 37TH AV
7:03 AM STUDENT - 4409 W 7TH ST
7:09 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 501 50TH AV
7:15 AM STUDENT 6226 3RD STRD
7:30 AM SCHOOL: MONFORT
7:45 AM DEPART MONFORT
7:56 AM STUDENT - 4009 W 15TH ST
8:08 AM STUDENT - 2126 19TH AV
8:20 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:26 AM DEPART BRENTWOOD MS
8:40 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 4134 15TH ST
8:55 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
9:02 AM DEPART NORTHRIDGE HS
9:32 AM STUDENT (W/C & MONITOR) - 3102 17TH AV #6
9:55 AM SCHOOL: NORTHRIDGE
10:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
10:35 AM CHECK OUT

S16C
2:25 PM CHECK IN
2:45 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MONFORT
3:24 PM STUDENT - 4409 W 7TH ST
3:26 PM STUDENT- 730 37TH AV
3:28 PM STUDENT - 4TH ST & 4TH STRD
3:31 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3315 W 7TH ST
4:00 PM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
4:06 PM STUDENT - 2126 19TH AV
4:14 PM STUDENT - 4009 W 15TH ST
4:23 PM STUDENT 6226 3RD STRD
4:32 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 501 50TH AV
4:42 PM STUDENT (W/C & MONTR) - 140 23RD AV (P/U AT 2ND ST ENTRANCE)
4:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:00 PM CHECK OUT

S17A
6:15 AM CHECK IN
6:35 AM DEPART TRANS
6:45 AM STUDENT - 2219 ALPINE AV
6:53 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 515 5TH AV
6:57 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 10TH AV B/T 9TH ST & 10TH ST
7:07 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) ALT - 1127 25TH AV
7:12 AM STUDENT (ALT) - 908 31ST AV
7:17 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 407 30TH AVCT
7:35 AM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
8:15 AM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
8:35 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:40 AM CHECK OUT

S17B
2:20 PM CHECK IN
2:40 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
3:35 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
4:00 PM SCHOOL: PRAIRIE HEIGHTS
4:13 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 407 30TH AVCT
4:21 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 10TH AV B/T 9TH ST & 10TH ST
4:26 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 515 5TH AV
4:35 PM STUDENT - 2219 ALPINE AV
4:45 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:50 PM CHECK OUT

S18A
6:00 AM CHECK IN
6:20 AM DEPART TRANS
6:39 AM STUDENTS - 2811 40TH AV
6:49 AM STUDENT - W 32ND ST & 58TH AV
7:00 AM STUDENT - 6271 37TH ST
7:12 AM STUDENT - 3642 PONDEROSA CT
7:20 AM STUDENT- 2600 CRESCENT COV DR
7:28 AM STUDENT (W/C) - 3626 ELLIOTT CT
7:35 AM SCHOOL: CENTENNIAL
7:45 AM STUDENT - 1204 29TH STRD
7:50 AM STUDENT - 1209 30TH STRD
7:55 AM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
8:15 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:20 AM CHECK OUT

S18B
6:00 AM CHECK IN
6:20 AM DEPART TRANS
6:39 AM STUDENTS - 2811 40TH AV
6:49 AM STUDENT - W 32ND ST & 58TH AV
7:00 AM STUDENT - 6271 37TH ST
7:12 AM STUDENT - 3642 PONDEROSA CT
7:20 AM STUDENT- 2600 CRESCENT COV DR
7:28 AM STUDENT (W/C) - 3626 ELLIOTT CT
7:35 AM SCHOOL: CENTENNIAL
7:45 AM STUDENT - 1204 29TH STRD
7:50 AM STUDENT - 1209 30TH STRD
7:55 AM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
8:00 AM DEPART CHAPPELOW
8:10 AM STUDENT (VEST)-2940 STATE FARM RD #4
8:21 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF) - 2711 MARINA ST
8:32 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)- 4046 W 30TH STREET RD
8:45 AM SCHOOL: EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
9:00 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:05 AM CHECK OUT

S18C
2:40 PM CHECK IN
3:00 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: CENTENNIAL
3:20 PM STUDENT (W/C) - 3626 ELLIOTT CT
3:35 PM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
3:42 PM STUDENT - 1204 29TH STRD
3:46 PM STUDENT - 1209 30TH STRD
3:56 PM STUDENT- 2600 CRESCENT COV DR
4:01 PM STUDENT - 3642 PONDEROSA CT
4:08 PM STUDENTS - 2811 40TH AV
4:16 PM STUDENT - W 32ND ST & 58TH AV
4:27 PM STUDENT - 6271 37TH ST
4:50 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:55 PM CHECK OUT

S19A
6:21 AM CHECK IN
6:41 AM DEPART TRANS
6:48 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 250 E 24TH ST
6:52 AM STUDENT - 2038 BUCKEYE AV
6:59 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 1316 4TH AV
7:02 AM STUDENT - 1817 2ND AV
7:08 AM STUDENT - 2016 5TH AV APT 5
7:13 AM STUDENT - 506 16TH ST 4B
7:20 AM STUDENT - 2403 14TH ST
7:23 AM STUDENT - 2340 15TH ST (CLUBHOUSE)
7:27 AM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2434 W 11TH ST
7:30 AM STUDENT - 2407 11TH ST
7:35 AM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
7:56 AM STUDENT - 2065 WEDGEWOOD CT
8:00 AM STUDENT - 2451 APPLE AV
8:15 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

S19B
2:35 PM CHECK IN
2:55 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: MAPLEWOOD
3:35 PM SCHOOL: G CENTRAL
3:43 PM STUDENT - 2403 14TH ST
3:47 PM STUDENT - 2407 11TH ST
4:00 PM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
4:10 PM STUDENT - 2340 15TH ST (CLUBHOUSE)
4:13 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 2434 W 11TH ST
4:22 PM STUDENT - 506 16TH ST 4B
4:24 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 1316 4TH AV
4:27 PM STUDENT - 1817 2ND AV
4:31 PM STUDENT - 2016 5TH AV APT 5
4:39 PM STUDENT - 2038 BUCKEYE AV
4:46 PM STUDENT - 2065 WEDGEWOOD CT
4:53 PM STUDENT (MONITOR) - 250 E 24TH ST
5:05 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:10 PM CHECK OUT

S20A
5:40 AM CHECK IN
6:00 AM DEPART TRANS
6:24 AM STUDENT - 4320 CORONADO ST
6:27 AM STUDENT - 3511 YOSEMITE DR
6:30 AM STUDENT - 4360 CARLSBAD DR
6:43 AM STUDENT - 2519 PARK VIEW DR
6:47 AM STUDENT - 2912 PARK VIEW DR
6:51 AM STUDENTS - 3329 COYOTE LA
6:58 AM STUDENT- 4205 PHLOX LA
7:03 AM STUDENT - 4215 MARIPOSA LA
7:13 AM STUDENT - 2525 CRECSCENT COVE DR APT 8
7:18 AM STUDENT - 3117 SWAN POINT CT
7:24 AM STUDENT - 3314 STIRRUP LA
7:28 AM STUDENT - 3415 WINDMILL CT
7:35 AM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
7:45 AM SCHOOL: G WEST
8:04 AM STUDENT - 3222 SAN MARINO AV
8:15 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

S20B
2:30 PM CHECK IN
2:50 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: HEIMAN ELEMENTARY
3:20 PM STUDENT - 3415 WINDMILL CT
3:35 PM SCHOOL: G WEST
3:42 PM STUDENT - 3329 COYOTE LA
3:46 PM STUDENT - 2912 PARK VIEW DR
3:50 PM STUDENT - 3117 SWAN POINT CT
4:00 PM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
4:08 PM STUDENT - 2525 CRECSCENT COVE DR APT 8
4:20 PM STUDENTS - 4917 KANAWHA LA (ALT)
4:29 PM STUDENT - 4320 CORONADO ST
4:33 PM STUDENT - 3511 YOSEMITE DR
4:37 PM STUDENT - 4360 CARLSBAD DR
4:47 PM STUDENT - 3222 SAN MARINO AV
4:53 PM STUDENT - 3314 STIRRUP LA
5:02 PM STUDENT - 4205 PHLOX LA
5:07 PM STUDENT - 4215 MARIPOSA LA
5:18 PM STUDENT - 29TH STRD B/T 17TH AV & 16TH AV
5:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:35 PM CHECK OUT

S21 This route was absorbed into other routes due to lack of resources.

S22A
5:55 AM CHECK IN
6:15 AM DEPART TRANS
6:36 AM STUDENT - 1815 2ND ST
6:37 AM STUDENT - 1913 2ND ST
6:47 AM STUDENT - 1540 29TH AV
6:56 AM STUDENT - 2104 GLENFAIR DR
7:03 AM STUDENT -1729 28TH ST
7:09 AM STUDENT - ON 36TH AV @ 25TH ST
7:20 AM STUDENT (VEST &MONITOR)-4138 MESQUITE LA
7:25 AM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
7:25 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3405 SAGEBRUSH BLVD
7:35 AM SCHOOL: DOS RIOS
7:55 AM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
8:05 AM STUDENT - 29TH STRD B/T 17TH AV & 16TH AV
8:15 AM SCHOOL: BRENTWOOD
8:30 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:35 AM CHECK OUT

S22B
2:30 PM CHECK IN
2:50 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: DOS RIOS
3:35 PM SCHOOL: CHAPPELOW
3:45 PM STUDENT (VEST &MONITOR)-4138 MESQUITE LA
3:50 PM SAGEBRUSH BLVD & PINON LA (CAVE CREEK)
3:50 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3405 SAGEBRUSH BLVD
3:58 PM STUDENT - ON 36TH AV @ 25TH ST
4:09 PM STUDENT -1729 28TH ST
4:16 PM STUDENT - 2104 GLENFAIR DR
4:24 PM STUDENT - 1913 2ND ST
4:39 PM STUDENT - 393 E 24TH ST
4:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:00 PM CHECK OUT

S23A
5:45 AM CHECK IN
6:05 AM DEPART TRANS
6:24 AM STUDENT - 711 27TH AV
6:31 AM STUDENT - 701 35TH AV
6:38 AM STUDENT - 644 52ND AV
6:56 AM STUDENT - 4711 YELLOWSTONE DR
7:04 AM STUDENT (ALT) - 602 LUCCA DR
7:18 AM STUDENT- 2528 MONTEGO BAY
7:30 AM STUDENT (ALT) - 2008 9TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON JR. HIGH
7:45 AM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON
7:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:00 AM CHECK OUT

S23B
5:45 AM CHECK IN
6:05 AM DEPART TRANS
6:24 AM STUDENT - 711 27TH AV
6:31 AM STUDENT - 701 35TH AV
6:38 AM STUDENT - 644 52ND AV
6:56 AM STUDENT - 4711 YELLOWSTONE DR
7:04 AM STUDENT (ALT) - 602 LUCCA DR
7:18 AM STUDENT- 2528 MONTEGO BAY
7:30 AM STUDENT (ALT) - 2008 9TH AV
7:35 AM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON JR. HIGH
7:45 AM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON
7:48 AM DEPART JEFFERSON ACC
8:00 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)- 404 E 28TH STREET LA
8:23 AM STUDENT (VEST) - 2302 W 7 TH ST
8:25 AM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 320 23RD AV
8:30 AM SCHOOL: MARTINEZ
8:45 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:50 AM CHECK OUT

S23C
2:10 PM CHECK IN
2:30 PM DEPART TRANS
3:00 PM School: GENERATION CHURCH/ MEEKER
3:15 PM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON
3:25 PM SCHOOL: JEFFERSON JR. HIGH
3:32 PM 31TH ST B/T W SERVICE RD & DENVER ST
3:36 PM 38TH ST B/T EMPIRE ST & GOLDEN ST (LIBRARY)
3:46 PM STUDENT (STROLLER)(TWUF) - MACAVOY AV & 38TH ST
3:53 PM STUDENT - 2528 MONTEGO BAY
4:04 PM STUDENT - 4711 YELLOWSTONE DR
4:15 PM STUDENT - 1747 68TH AV
4:25 PM STUDENT - 644 52ND AV
4:34 PM STUDENT - 701 35TH AV
4:38 PM STUDENT - 711 27TH AV
4:55 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:00 PM CHECK OUT

S24A
6:40 AM CHECK IN
7:00 AM DEPART TRANS
7:22 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3205 W 7TH ST
7:23 AM STUDENT - 3319 7TH ST
7:25 AM STUDENT - 430 30TH AV
7:29 AM STUDENT - 3369 3RD STRD
7:35 AM SCHOOL: SHAWSHEEN
7:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
8:00 AM CHECK OUT
S24B
6:40 AM CHECK IN
7:00 AM DEPART TRANS
7:17 AM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3205 W 7TH ST
7:18 AM STUDENT - 3319 7TH ST
7:21 AM STUDENT - 430 30TH AV
7:24 AM STUDENT - 3369 3RD STRD
7:35 AM SCHOOL: SHAWSHEEN
7:40 AM DEPART SHAWSHEEN
7:47 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF) - 211 19TH AV
7:51 AM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 1115 12TH ST
8:00 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)-2240 27TH AVENUE CT
8:11 AM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 2615 21ST AV
8:26 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)- 5907 28TH ST
8:35 AM STUDENT - (VEST& -TWUF) - 1900 68TH AV #1205
8:45 AM SCHOOL: EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
9:10 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:15 AM CHECK OUT

S24C
2:20 PM CHECK IN
2:40 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: SHAWSHEEN
3:21 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3205 W 7TH ST
3:22 PM STUDENT - 3319 7TH ST
3:25 PM STUDENT - 430 30TH AV
4:05 PM School: DAY REPORTING CENTER
4:12 PM STUDENT - 3813 W 8TH ST (ALT)
4:30 PM ARRIVE TRANS
4:35 PM CHECK OUT

S24D
2:20 PM CHECK IN
2:40 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: SHAWSHEEN
3:21 PM STUDENT (MONITOR)- 3205 W 7TH ST
3:22 PM STUDENT - 3319 7TH ST
3:25 PM STUDENT - 430 30TH AV
3:45 PM SCHOOL: ABC EAST
3:55 PM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)- 1009 4TH ST APT 1
3:59 PM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF)- 717 18TH AV
4:13 PM STUDENT (VEST) - 2626 1ST ST #253
4:25 PM STUDENT (VEST)-3770 24TH ST(NORTH ENTRANCE PRKG LOT)
4:38 PM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF)- 5580 W 29TH ST APT B 102
4:55 PM STUDENT (VEST) - 815 E 20TH ST RD
5:20 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:25 PM CHECK OUT

S25 This route was absorbed into other routes due to lack of resources.

S26A
6:55 AM CHECK IN
7:15 AM DEPART TRANS
7:30 AM MAPLEWOOD ELEMENTARY BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: SCOTT
7:50 AM ARRIVE TRANS
7:55 AM CHECK OUT

S26B
2:30 PM CHECK IN
2:50 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: SCOTT
3:19 PM MAPLEWOOD ELEMENTARY BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
3:35 PM ARRIVE TRANS
3:40 PM CHECK OUT

S26C
6:55 AM CHECK IN
7:15 AM DEPART TRANS
7:30 AM MAPLEWOOD ELEMENTARY BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
7:35 AM SCHOOL: SCOTT
7:49 AM DEPART SCOTT
7:55 AM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 2146 BUENA VISTA DR
8:04 AM STUDENT (VEST)(TWUF) - 3624 PONDEROSA CT APT 8
8:10 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)(PICKUP ONLY)- 2603 HAVEN CT
8:16 AM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF) - 3517 NORTH POINT DR
8:26 AM STUDENT (VEST) - 3102 17TH AVE #112 HOLIDAY VILLAGE
8:35 AM STUDENT (VEST) - ST VRAIN ST & 37TH ST (SE CORNER)
8:45 AM SCHOOL: ABC EAST
8:55 AM ARRIVE TRANS
9:00 AM CHECK OUT

S26D
2:30 PM CHECK IN
2:50 PM DEPART TRANS
3:15 PM SCHOOL: SCOTT
3:21 PM MAPLEWOOD ELEMENTARY BUS LOADING ZONE (MCKINNEY)
3:24 PM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)- 1210 19TH AV
3:50 PM SCHOOL: EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
4:10 PM STUDENT-(VEST)(-TWUF) - 200 N 35TH AV #159
4:15 PM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF)- 2990 W C ST APT 60-104
4:24 PM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 1108 26TH AV
4:33 PM STUDENT (VEST)(TWUF) - 406 21ST ST
4:40 PM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF) - 2608 12TH AVENUE CT
4:44 PM STUDENT (VEST) (-TWUF) - 2939 GLENDALE DR APT 2
4:48 PM STUDENT (VEST) -3056 17TH AVE APT A
5:00 PM STUDENT (VEST)(-TWUF) - 3305 YUCCA CIR
5:15 PM ARRIVE TRANS
5:20 PM CHECK OUT