Bus Routes

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.

Transportation is provided to High School Speciality Centers, Governor’s Schools and CodeRVA.

Specialty centers inside the student’s attendance zone will ride their regular neighborhood bus to and from school. 

For students attending a specialty center outside their attendance zone, a governor’s school or CodeRVA:

 

Morning 

Specialty Centers, Governor’s Schools and CodeRVA

  • Students ride a bus to the middle school in their attendance zone (with the exception of Tomahawk Middle – see note below) 
  • At the middle school, students transfer to a bus that takes them to one of two designated hub locations, Clover Hill High School or L.C. Bird High School. 
  • There, students board a bus that takes them to the specialty center, governor’s school or CodeRVA. 
  • For students in the Tomahawk Middle School attendance zone:
    • Parents must provide transportation for students to an express bus stop. These are group pick-up/drop-off sites located within three miles of their home.
    • From the express bus stop, students are transported to their designated hub location, Clover Hill High School or L.C. Bird High School. 
    • From there, students transfer to a bus that takes them to the specialty center, governor’s school or Code RVA. 

 

Afternoon 

Specialty Centers

  • Speciality center students are transported from their school to a designated hub location, either Clover Hill High School or L.C. Bird High School.
  • From there, they transfer to a bus that will take them to their express bus stop located within three miles of their home.

Governor’s Schools and CodeRVA

  • In the afternoon, governor’s schools and CodeRVA students are transported directly to their designated express stop for drop off.

Students who attend a center-based gifted (CBG) site in their attendance zone will ride their regular neighborhood bus to and from school. 

For students attending a CBG site outside of their attendance zone: 

Morning

  • Parents must provide transportation to a designated express bus stop – a group pick-up/drop-off location within three miles of their home. If a student’s home is located beyond the three-mile radius, the family should contact their area transportation office to discuss establishing a bus stop on a main artery road.   

Afternoon

  • Tomahawk Creek Middle School students attending CBG sites at Swift Creek Middle School will ride buses to TCMS where they will board their neighborhood bus to go home.
  • All other students will be transported to the high school in their attendance zone where they will be supervised until boarding a high school bus that will take both high school and CBG students to their neighborhood bus stops.

Note that after-school supervision is not available for CBG students at CBG sites, TCMS or high schools after those schools are dismissed.

Parents who pick up their child after dismissal should do so at their CBG site. Parents who wish to pick up their child at their home high school or TCMS must follow pick-up procedures for those sites.

Due to a Chesterfield County student holiday 

When CCPS is closed but governor’s schools and Code RVA remain open, parents must provide morning transportation to the middle school in their attendance zone. Click here to see when buses depart middle schools to determine what time to have your child there. From the middle schools, a bus will take students to governor’s schools and CodeRVA. In the afternoon, students will ride the bus directly to their express bus stop.

Due to inclement weather

When CCPS is closed due to weather, no transportation is provided.

Governor’s School Morning Bus Departure Schedules

 

Appomattox Regional Governor’s School
Location Departure Time
Bailey Bridge MS 7:15 a.m.
Carver MS 7:05 a.m.
Elizabeth Davis MS 7:10 a.m.
Falling Creek MS 7:25 a.m.
Manchester MS 7:30 a.m.
Matoaca MS 7:20 am
Midlothian MS 7:36 am
Providence MS 7:25 a.m.
Robious MS 7:09 a.m.
Salem MS 7:33 a.m.
Swift Creek MS 7:30 a.m.
Thomas Dale HS 7:20 a.m.

 

Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School and Code RVA
Location Departure time
Bailey Bridge MS 7:37 a.m.
Carver MS 7:05 a.m.
Elizabeth Davis MS 7:10 a.m.
Falling Creek MS 7:25 a.m.
Manchester MS 7:30 a.m.
Matoaca MS 7:20 a.m.
Midlothian MS 7:36 a.m.
Providence MS 7:25 a.m.
Robious MS 7:09 a.m.
Salem MS 7:33 a.m.
Swift Creek MS 7:30 a.m.
Thomas Dale HS 7:20 a.m.
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