Welcome Back to the 2019-2020 School Year!
Frequently asked questions concerning bus routes...
Q: How do I contact Transportation?
Do you have a question, comment or suggestion? Please give our friendly team members a call between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm Monday-Friday by dialing 440-992-1221. We will be happy to assist you!
Q: What is my student/s bus stop?
Bus stop information was mailed out to each family registered and eligible for transportation. If you have not received your stop information, please call or email us as soon as possible.
Q: Why did my bus stop move?
Some bus stops may have changed in order to accommodate the buses path of travel. Please understand that all bus routes are in compliance and either meet or exceed the state requirements.
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Knowing when to stop for a School Bus...
When the School Bus approaches the designated but stop it activates its amber warning lights approx. 300 feet before the stop. (These lights should be treated as a yellow traffic light... It is NOT the time to speed up but rather slow down and prepare to stop)
The School Bus then comes to a complete stop and it's red lights are activated and a stop arm extends from the side of the bus. (These lights should be treated as a red light)
Motorists are required per Ohio State Law to remain stopped until the School Bus resumes motion. The State of Ohio does not play when it comes to passing a school bus with it's red lights activated and motorists receive fines and a drivers license suspension.
AACS takes multiple measures to make sure we are doing everything possible to keep our student bus riders safe. Therefore, every School Bus in our fleet is equipped with Red Light Violation cameras that allows us the ability to give law enforcement the drivers car make and model, license plate number, color and description of the driver. Law enforcement then can issue the motorist a citation which could lead to the motorist receiving a hefty fine and a drivers license suspension.
Did you know we have GPS Tracking capabilities? ...
Just another way AACS is doing everything possible to keep children safe.
The GPS tracker is a wonderful feature that allows the transportation department to monitor every vehicle in our fleet.
It allows us to track the buses exact location, lets us know if the bus was at a bus stop and at what time, gives us the buses speed and also allows us to see the buses exact path of travel.
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