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Bus Transportation in LVUSD
If you have any questions you can contact the Transportation Department at (818) 878-5236.
Please make sure to carefully review bus schedules.
- Please keep in mind all published times are estimated. Traffic conditions may effect the bus pick up and drop off times.
- Bus routes, as well as pick up and drop off times, are subject to change at any time based on ridership.
- Students should arrive five minutes prior to the published stop time so that the schedule can run on time.
- Parents should arrive 5 minutes prior to the published stop time for student pick up.
The Las Virgenes Unified School District operates a fee-based home to school transportation program for students enrolled in the District’s regular education program to some, but not all schools. (See Eligible Schools/Bus Schedules). Fees are due twice each school year, at the beginning of each school semester. Refunds are given only during the first two weeks of each semester, or if your child is no longer attending school in the Las Virgenes Unified School District.
Student bus transportation is provided by Durham School Services, 818-880-4257. For information about Durham School Services, visit their website at http://www.durhamschoolservices.com/
Space is limited. It is recommended to get your application in as quickly as possible.
Lost Items on the Bus:
Please call Durham School Services at 818-880-4257.
Student safety is our number one priority. Please carefully review our School Bus Rules. For immediate safety concerns , please contact: Durham Bus Services at 818-880-4257 and Las Virgenes Unified School District at 818-878-5203.
OTHER TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS:
The City of Westlake Village provides transportation for residents of Westlake Village. Contact the City of Westlake Village (818-706-1613) or visit their website to learn about their Westlake Village Transit options.
The City of Calabasas offers a public transit service. An annual Shuttle Transit Pass is required by anyone who wishes to ride on the shuttle. (The only exception is Line 1 and the Weekend Trolley). The transit application, along with the Rules and Regulations and the City shuttle Routes & Schedules, can be found by . For infrequent users, transit tickets are now available at City Hall, for a nominal cost. You may also obtain information by calling the City of Calabasas, at 818-224-1600.