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Contact Us:

Contact Us:

Jason Flores
Director of Transportation
SRVUSD Transportation Department
3280 E. Crow Canyon Road
San Ramon, CA 94583
(925) 824-1823
For Transportation related questions, please call the Dispatch Line at 925-824-0264 
Office Hours:
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Monday thru Friday
Traffix logoTRAFFIX is a traffic congestion relief program funded by Measure J.  This 1/2 cent sales tax approved by the voters of Contra Costa County in 2004, has a sole purpose to reduce traffic congestion caused by parents driving their children to and from school through some of the San Ramon Valley's most congested intersections.


The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is committed to providing safe and orderly transportation services for all eligible students and provide professional staff development and training, policy, resources and professional responsible leadership.


  • To have a safe and reliable fleet of school buses.
  • To provide the students with properly maintained equipment in a clean environment.
  • To utilize all training resources available to give drivers and mechanics the tools needed to meet and exceed department standards.
  • To maintain a transportation department that the School District, staff and community can be proud of.


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Be a Bus Driver!
....Here is your chance!
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District is looking for individuals interested in becoming Special Education School Bus Drivers!  Paid training provided!
The San Ramon Valley Unified School District operates small passenger school buses, typically with 5-10 students per bus. Paid training is provided.  Once a trainee becomes a regular bus driver they are eligible for Health and Welfare Benefits, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, and Professional Growth.  Drivers at San Ramon Valley Unified are contracted at 8 hours. 
If you would like further details about being a special education school bus driver please contact the Transportation Department:
To apply directly, visit: Edjoin


How do you become a school bus driver?
To be qualified as a school bus driver you need to have a CDL (commercial driver's license) and a clean driving record. You will also have to complete special training. Because school bus drivers work with children, you will need to pass a background check. 
Where do school bus drivers work?
School bus drivers spend their working hours driving their bus. Depending on the location of the school, bus drivers may transport students through rural, suburban, or urban areas. While is it typical for a school bus driver to mostly drive students from their neighborhoods and drop them off at their respective school(s), bus drivers may also transport students over long distances for various events and field trips. 
What are the different types of school bus driver jobs?
The core responsibility of all school bus driver jobs is the safe transport of students to and from schools or other educational facilities. Most school bus drivers work a fixed route and schedule. Spare or substitute school bus drivers work a less predictable schedule, filling in for extra driver needs across a school district, either subbing for regular drivers who are out or driving for field trips. There are also drivers who operate smaller vehicles, either for students with special needs or a less populated bus route. 
What does a school bus driver do?
School bus drivers are typically employees of a school district or driving companies that contract with school districts. The primary job duty of a school bus driver is to transport students to and from school safely. Most school districts have a dedicated route and stops for the school bus drivers. School bus drivers also occasionally provide transportation during the school day for field trips. School bus drivers are responsible for the well-being of the students while they are in transit to and from school. They pay close attention to road safety, driving conditions, and the condition of the vehicle. They also need to control student behavior on the bus. School bus drivers will develop a rapport with the students in their care over time.