The Student Transportation Office (STO) is dedicated to providing the community with safe school bus transportation services that are timely and comfortable. There is at least one STO at every DoDEA Pacific school complex. Each STO is staffed by highly trained and capable transportation specialists to manage the complex’s student transportation operation. We strive for continuous process improvement in all areas of our operation.
A bus pass is required for all students utilizing daily commute student transportation services. Please visit the Transportation tab on your school’s website for more information on how to request a bus pass for your student.
The walking distance for grades 6 and below will not normally exceed 1 mile from their primary residence to the school or designated bus stop. Students in grades 7-12 may walk up to 1.5 miles from their primary residence to the school or designated bus stop. These distances may be slightly expanded or contracted to conform to natural boundaries such as housing areas or neighborhoods. In locations, such as Okinawa, having middle schools, which include grade 6 (i.e., grades 6-8), the walking distance criteria shall be the same as the criteria for grades 7-12.
This is defined as the transportation of students from their assigned bus stop to school at the beginning of their school day, mid-day, and the return to their assigned bus stop at the end of the normal scheduled school day. Maps illustrating bus stops and commuting zones are available at the base housing office and the STO office.
Only one trip to and from school per day is authorized for each student.
Transportation is not authorized to take students to their homes or to eating facilities for their mid-day meal.
Only students attending DoDEA schools, bus drivers, dispatchers, STO personnel, assigned safety/security attendants, community bus monitors, and security personnel assigned by the installation commander are authorized to ride daily commuting services. Additional authorized passengers are U.S. Military Police and host nation police while in the performance of their official duties, and persons authorized in writing by the DoDEA Principal or his or her designee, the contracting officer, or the STO.
Daily round trip transportation may be provided to students residing outside the commuting area but are transported at their own expense to an existing school bus stop within the commuting area.
Non-federally connected, space-available, tuition-paying students may be permitted to utilize school bus commuting services on a space-available basis. Even though space-available service may be initially provided, it may be withdrawn at any time.
Transportation is available for many off base housing areas around installations with schools; however, before signing a lease for an off base house please check with the STO to ensure transportation is available in that area for the school you plan your child to attend.
A map and/or narrative description is used to identify the commuting area for each school is available at each STO.
Please call your local STO if your child leaves something on the bus or loses their bus pass.
Phone: Cell: 098-970-7820 / 2036
DSN Phone: 645-7820 / 2036
Daegu ES, Daegu MS/HS
Daegu ES Bldg. 3000 Room A-121 Camp George, Office Hours: M-F 0900 - 1300
Phone: 315-768-7722 or 763-1594
Office Hours: M-F 800-1500
DSN Phone: 263-4151
Osan AB Schools
Walk in Service M-F 0900-1300. Location: Bldg 492, Room 101
Schools Supported: Osan Elementary School and Osan Middle High School
DSN Phone: 315-784-7250
PAC-West, Andersen AFB Schools
Customer Service Hours: 0700 – 1100 & 1200 – 1400
USAG Humphreys Schools
Walk in Service M-F 0900-1300, Location: Bldg. 558, Room 110
Schools Supported: Humphreys ES, Humphreys HS, Humphreys MS
DSN Phone: 315-755-1230
Riding school buses is a privilege that may be suspended or revoked if a student does not behave in a safe and proper manner in accordance with DoDEA behavior expectations, which is in accordance with Enclosure 8 of DoDEA Regulation 2051.1,”Disciplinary Rules and Procedures,” March 23, 2012, as amended.