Marlborough Public Schools Transportation
Dear MPS families,
As the summer gets underway, we wanted to share some helpful information with you regarding school bus transportation for the upcoming 2018-19 school year. Routes will be posted on our website by August 20st, 2018
- Before requesting an adjustment to an existing stop, please review our helpful transportation FAQ. This document is available in three languages and helps establish the guidelines we use when making decisions to adjust bus stop locations.
- Approved adjustments will not go into effect until September 21st, 2018.
- Your contact for all transportation requests/concerns is District Transportation Coordinator John Fletcher. Please contact John at John Fletcher.
- North Reading Transportation is our contracted provider for transportation services. You can contact NRT at 978-562-5186.
Please read these frequently asked questions below about Marlborough Public Schools bus routes and how to request a bus stop change.
Students should use the bus stop that is the closest walking distance from their homes. We strongly recommend that students arrive at their stops 10 minutes before the indicated pick-up time. Bus routes and pick-up/drop-off times are approximate based on enrollment, which can fluctuate, and buses can run a bit early or late on any given day.
Additionally, parents are cautioned that buses may run late the first few days of school as drivers and families acclimate themselves to new schedules, new routes and, in some cases, new schools.
Riding the school bus:
Students are only allowed to ride their own school bus. Children who ride the bus are not allowed to ride another bus to visit a friend, attend an event, etc. Parents will have to make other arrangements for play dates, activities, etc.