Bus Routes

Please complete this transportation request form as soon as possible:

Tech Center Transportation Request

Transportation option details are listed below.
If you would like to make a change to this request, please call the Courthouse or Hull Street main office.
Please note: it takes 4-5 business days for route changes to occur once requested.

Shuttle Bus to the Tech Center

On your student’s Tech Center day, they will have shuttle bus transportation provided from their high school to the Tech Center and back prior to end of day dismissal. Please be careful when you schedule appointments so they do not overlap with travel times. Students may not be picked up before 10:15 a.m. or after 2:00 p.m. at either location if they ride the bus.

Driving to the Tech Center

Students are now allowed to drive to the Tech Center! A parking pass will be required. If you are attending your high school in person, you must show proof of your high school parking pass as well (once they are available). If you will be completing your other high school courses solely through CCPS Online, please see details below. Parking Pass Application. Return this form and the requested documents to the Technical Center office and pick up your Parking Tag.

Please be prepared to show the following documents:

  • Parking Application Form signed by the student AND THE PARENT/GUARDIAN
  • Vehicle registration for the cars listed on the form
  • Valid driver’s license (NO learner’s permits accepted)

Tech Center parking passes are available at no cost to the student. Parking pass applications can be submitted during Orientation on August 19th, Fee Collection Day on August 23rd, or in the main office during the school year.

Update: Families of Juniors and Seniors,

We want to share an update with families regarding parking fees for students. In light of the need for community assistance with the current bus driver shortage, student parking fees will be suspended at this time at each high school.

Please note, students will be transported from each existing bus stop as usual; however, we want families to be aware there could be delays due to driver shortages.

Students and their families will still need to fill out our parking registration forms and have a school parking hang tag displayed at all times when parking on school property, but now be able to obtain the parking tag free of charge.

Transportation Options for CCPS Online Students

Tech Center programs will be held in person. Our programs do not have a virtual option. Transportation options are listed below for any students that are taking their other high school courses solely through CCPSOnline.

Option 1: CCPS Online students who will need transportation to and from home to the Tech Center may use the current specialty center hubs. Using this method of transportation, students will arrive at the Tech Center by 8:20am and will be provided a supervised location to work on their online coursework.

Option 2: CCPS Online students who are commuting to their high school (therefore do not need a bus from home) and will need to board a Tech Center shuttle bus after the first period may use the current shuttle bus system.

Option 3: CCPS Online students may drive to the Tech Center. A parking pass will be required.

Mission of the Department of Pupil Transportation

The mission of the Pupil Transportation Department is to transport students as safely, efficiently and cordially as possible. By doing so, the student arrives in a better frame of mind to learn and arrives home with a more positive attitude about the day.

To the extent possible due to safety concerns, bus stops are established to ensure that no elementary student must walk farther than approximately 0.3 of a mile and that middle school and high school students walk no farther than approximately 0.5 of a mile to the bus stop location.

Students are required to board and leave the bus at their assigned bus stop. It is especially important that students arrive at least 5 minutes before the time listed and 10 minutes earlier during the first week of school. Stops and times can be found on the My Stop app. 

The transportation department reserves the right to revise or change bus stops. All students who are affected by any changes will be notified in writing.

Find bus routes and stops by using the Versatrans e-Link system, known as “e-Link”.

Versatrans e-LINK is your connection to Chesterfield County Schools student transportation schedules.  and also provides a quick, easy way to verify which school your child will attend. The school district no longer publishes bus schedules in local newspapers or on the Web; E-LINK is where you find that information.

Directions:

  • Enter your child’s CCPS student ID number (If your student doesn’t know the number, it may found on ParentVue, a report card, or obtained by visiting your child’s school with the proper identification. If the primary contact phone number is the same for all of your children, you may access all of your children’s busing information from from one log-in.)
  • Enter Date Of Birth for your child (no spaces/dashes). Ex: A DOB of 04/15/2019 would be entered as 04152019.
  • Early release days: e-LINK does not provide separate transportation schedules on early release school days.
  • Once logged into e-Link, you will notice that the family identification number is first contact phone number you have given the school. 

Please contact your student’s school if the address and contact information that appears in e-Link is incorrect.  All routing and bus stop information is based on the address your school has in Synergy.

School Bus Stop Areas

Area 1

High Schools

  • Bird HS
  • Meadowbrook HS

Middle Schools

  • Falling Creek MS
  • Manchester MS
  • Salem Church MS

Elementary Schools

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

Area 2

High Schools

  • James River HS
  • Midlothian HS
  • Monacan HS

Middle Schools

  • Midlothian MS
  • Providence MS
  • Robious MS
  • Tomahawk MS

Elementary Schools

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

Area 3

High Schools

  • Clover Hill HS
  • Cosby HS
  • Manchester HS

Middle Schools

  • Bailey Bridge MS
  • Swift Creek MS

Elementary Schools

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

Area 4

High Schools

  • Carver College and Career Academy
  • Thomas Dale HS
  • Matoaca HS

Middle Schools

  • Carver MS
  • Davis MS
  • Matoaca MS

Elementary Schools

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

Area 5 (special-education only)

Please Contact Our Transportation Communication Coordinator, Martin Harrison, if you need assistance.
Office: 804-717-6233
(Mon.- Fri. 7:00 am- 3:00 pm)