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Cartoon yellow school bus with a group of kids insideEugene School District 4J Transportation department is responsible for bus routes and the management of transportation of students to and from school. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your students transportation to school, please contact 541-790-7474 and they will be able to assist you. For more information visit the Transportation Services website.

Find My Bus Stop

Enter your address to find your child’s bus stop.

Getting Started

Registration: Once you are enrolled at your school your student will automatically be assigned to the closest stop to your home address.  In the event of an address change please communicate this to your school.  If you need to have your student dropped off at a daycare or address that is different from your home address, please call the Transportation Department at 541-790-7474.  The address must be in our attendance area.  4J school buses are not able to pick up or drop off students outside of Holt Elementary’s attendance area.

Bus Rules: Students eligible to ride 4J buses will receive a letter at the beginning of the school year explaining district and state school bus rules and regulations. Parents are expected to go over these rules with their children to help assure they will be safe while riding the bus.

Bus Stops: Bus-riding students are assigned a stop based on where they live. Students must use their assigned stop unless they have written permission from a parent or guardian and the school to do otherwise. Other students may be allowed to ride the bus under certain circumstances; parents should call the 4J Transportation Department at 541-790-7474.

Who Can Ride?

Elementary and Middle School: Elementary students who live 1 mile or more from their neighborhood school and middle school students who live 1.5 miles or more from their neighborhood school may ride 4J buses to and from that school. Exceptions are granted for students who live closer than the 1-mile or 1.5-mile limits, but who cannot safely walk to school.

Families enrolled in alternative schools and families who have chosen to transfer to another neighborhood school must provide their own transportation, except for those who receive transportation as part of their special needs program.