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The Bensalem Township School District Transportation Department works closely with the schools, students and their parents to ensure a safe, dependable and efficient ride to and from school. Riding on a school bus is the safest way for your child to travel. All drivers are trained and certified according to state mandates. They are also required to pass all state and federal background checks for Criminal Records, Child Abuse and Fingerprinting.
We hope you find the information presented here helpful. Please use one of the following methods to contact us with any questions or concerns regarding your child’s transportation to and from school.
Fred Sponheimer, Dispatcher
Questions, concerns or transportation needs will be investigated in a timely manner and response will be given by email. Please give as many facts as possible within your email to enable the staff to thoroughly investigate the situation and send a reply. At the beginning of the school year, e-mail is the best mode of communication and preferred.
If you want to send a “Kudos Letter” to a bus driver or the department, please use the email address above.
Telephone: The transportation department is available during the hours of 5:00 AM and 5:00 PM at 215-750-2800, ext. 4400. If you call during non-business hours, please leave a detailed message; someone will return your call as soon as possible. Investigations need as many facts as possible to be supplied in this initial phone call to enable us to have information together when we return your phone call.Telephone number for non-public school/special needs students callout is 215-750-2820. This number is to be used if your child(ren) do not need AM, PM or transportation all day. Please specify the date, child’s name, bus number and when transportation is not needed.
U.S. Mail: Richard G. Berg Transportation Center, 1440 Byberry Road, Bensalem, PA 19020
Fax: The Transportation Fax number is 215-244-2709.