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Tim  Kaiser


Transportation Supervisor
(937) 332-6091     [E-mail]

Hope Hillard
Administrative Assistant
(937) 332-6091     [E-mail]

500 North Market Street
Troy, Ohio 45373
(937) 332-6094 - FAX


When contacting the Transportation office regarding time-sensitive issues, please call.  We cannot guarantee email will be received in time.


Weather Message  

If your child is transported by a Troy City school bus to any school building (including St. Pats, UVCC, Lehman, etc.) and Troy Schools are on a delay due to bad weather, all Troy City School Buses will operate on the Troy delay.


Transportation Guidelines

Pupil transportation service must be provided in Ohio for students in grades K-8 who live more than two miles from their school. Many school districts also transport students in high school, as well as students who live closer than two miles from their school, but these services are optional at the discretion of the local school district and are not required by state law.

Transportation plans are designed and implemented by each district. This plan includes the designation of walk - in areas to school, identification of hazardous areas, the location of bus stops and the actual routing and planning of routes. Other issues, such as the ability of the school district to accommodate day care arrangements, alternative bus stops and length of time a students rides on a bus are also determined by the local school district. There are no administrative regulations or laws that limit these.

School transportation is a form of public transportation that is designed to be safe and efficient while serving as many students as possible. It is not an individualized transportation service. As in other public forms of transportation, there is little opportunity to alter or change schedules and routes to meet individual family circumstances.


Substitute Bus Drivers & Aides  Information

The Transportation Department is currently accepting applications for sub bus drivers and sub bus aides!

Applications must be completed and submitted through the Troy City Schools website or by going to  . Applicant must create or have an account in order to apply. There is no cost to create an account.

You must have a satisfactory criminal background check, physical, pre-employment drug test, and a clean driving record. References are required so please be sure to have their current information.

For new drivers, we offer paid, behind-the-wheel training, which will be done by the Troy City Schools Transportation Department. 

The starting wage for sub bus drivers is $22.77 per hour (no differentials).

The starting wage for sub aides is $14.06 per hour. 

Both positions are great for anyone looking for part time work.  Our shifts are between 6-9 am and 2-5 pm  through the school year. 

For more information, please call 937-332-6091.