About Ashland School District Transportation

Ashland School District is proud to be using propane along with diesel and gas buses in the fleet. Propane provides an environmentally friendly alternative to diesel or gas.  The NHTSA states school buses are the safest mode of transportation for getting children back and forth to school. School buses are designed to be safer than passenger vehicles in avoiding crashes and preventing injury.  School buses keep an estimated 17.3 million cars off U.S. roads surrounding schools each morning.

The Transportation Department employs a staff of twenty people. The department has two mechanics that maintain a fleet of 20 buses, 3 district cars and the maintenance vehicles. 

All transportation employees are state certified school bus drivers with over 200 years combined school bus driving experience for the Ashland School District.

Greensprings Hwy 66 early morning routes

Greensprings Hwy 66 early morning route

Dead Indian Memorial Hwy

Dead Indian Memorial Hwy early morning route

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  • Our 8 regular routes extend to the Ashland Ski Road at the summit of I-5; twenty-five miles up the Greensprings; the Emigrant Lake area; 14 miles up Dead Indian Memorial Road; the Wrights Creek area; Ashland Mine Road; Valley View Rd. just east of the Talent exit to the dump; and city wide from Crowson Rd to the intersection of N. Main and Valley View Rd.

  • The district has routes that also transport 9 different sites in Ashland, Phoenix, and Medford.

During the school year our Transportation Department travels throughout the Rogue Valley and neighboring communities and as far as Mt. Shasta, Portland, Bend and Bandon providing transportation for sports and field trips.

Due to the commitment, care, and hard work of the entire staff we are proud to provide safe transportation to the students at the Ashland School District, which is our number one priority.



Transportation Office
Phone: (541) 482-3174