Do you know what to do when a bus is stopping or stopped on a road? Alaska State Law lists eight “Stops Required” for motorists. Number seven is:
School bus — “Stop when red flashing lights are in operation, and stop arm is extended. Drivers meeting and following bus must stop.”
Please drive with caution during our dark winter months, in winter driving conditions, especially while busses travel their routes and stop frequently.
We all appreciate seeing children wearing reflective clothing alongside the dark roads, and adults waiting with children at bus stops. It would be nice if moose could wear reflective vests or caps too!
KPBSD busses travel 7,725 miles every day, transporting 2,500 plus students throughout the school district.
- KPBSD pupil transportation
- If you need to know specific bus in transit information call the Bus Barn: 260-3557.
- If you have questions about a bus for a student with special needs, please call the district transportation office: 714-8834.
- Alaska Department of Transportation