Welcome to Transportation Department of Marble Falls ISD. We are excited about the opportunity to serve our students of the district.
We transport approximately 2,000 students daily and cover over 400 square miles. Currently we run 35 buses with over 45 routes.
Our number one priority is Safety, as our students are our most precious cargo
Inroducing the NEW FREE Parent App that will give you access to your students transportation schedule in the palm of your hands!
- View stop locations, AM/PM times, and bus number
- Send and receive messages directly to the Transportation Dept.
- Receive alert information - early realease time, bus delay notifications , etc.
All eligable riders will receive and email invitation to subscribe to students assignment. If you have not recieved and email , please contact the Transportation Dept.
For more information you can go to www.stopfinder.com
Parameters of Service:
Transportation is provided for students to and from their assigned bus stop that is designated per the student’s residence of record. Students are only assigned to one bus unless approved by the Transportation Department.
Eligible riders include students whom live 2 or more miles from their assigned campus.
The District does not provide transportation to alternate locations including:
- Unassigned residence such as friend’s house, relative or baby sitters
- Businesses including parent’s business or place of employment
- after school activites
Parents should make alternate arrangements for students traveling to or from alternate locations.
Transfer students are not eligible for transportation route services.
Special education students are eligible for transportation if need is established through the Admission, Review and Dismissal process.
In order to provide an efficient route operation, we ask that all students be ready to board the school bus 5 minutes before the assigned route time.Any changes to the student’s transportation needs to be made before 1:30PM to allow adequate communication with the campus staff.
Student safety is the primary concern of the Transportation Department. Statistics show that the most dangerous time for students is before entering or after exiting the bus. The Transportation Department considers the environment and age of the students when determining bus stops. The department attempts to place every bus stop at a location with reasonable safety assurances for students. Parents must assume the responsibility for their students traveling back and forth from home to the stop. Students are expected to be at their stops five minutes before the scheduled time of the bus arrival.