Bus Information

Secondary students starting in-person 4 days per week on April 12, 2021 may view bus information in Parent Portal.  Scroll down the menu and select 'more' to see the Transportation option.  

If you need to submit a childcare or dual household request, please click on Request Forms on the side menu. We are processing changes as quickly as possible. 

Covid-19 Bus Information

  • Bus riders and drivers are required to wear masks
  • Buses are being sanitized on high touch points between routes
  • Sanitizer is available when boarding and departing bus

The Transportation Department is currently working remotely and can be contacted M-F 7:30 - 4:30.  If you need to contact us, please email, or call us at 448-2130 and leave a voice message with your name and phone number. Please note: we are not taking payments at this time.


Thank you for visiting the Green Bay Area Public School District Transportation Services Department page. We recognize getting to and from school is an important part of your child’s school day. We strive to provide safe and timely transportation to all eligible students. We care about the safety of every child.

Bus Driver and Bus Aide Hiring!

Click for Bus Driver and Bus Aide Recruiting Information

MyStop Bus App

The MyStop Bus App helps you to see when your student's bus will arrive. Please note the MyStop Bus App relies on real-time GPS data and may take time a couple of minutes to refresh. Also, the app only works if your student has a predictable weekly schedule without variations for daycare or dual households. To learn more about how the app works, Click "MyStop Bus App" on the left for more information.

Transportation Eligibility

There are some state statutes and district policies that will help you understand who we can and cannot transport. Please learn more about whether or not your child qualifies for busing.  Click Boundaries and eligibility on the left for more information.

Ride the Bus for Free!

The trip planner is currently not functioning on Green Bay Metro website. They apologize for the inconvenience and are hopeful it will be functioning soon.

All GBAPS students can ride the Metro bus for free! It's easy to Stop, Step and Roll with Green Bay Metro. Students between 6th and 12th grade must present a school ID to ride on Green Bay Metro. Elementary students may ride without a school ID, but if the student is 7 or younger they must have an older sibling or adult riding with them.  Click "Metro City Buses" on the left for more information.

Bus Stops

Bus stops are located at corners determined to be most convenient for the majority of students in a neighborhood. Route times may vary slightly from day to day, therefore,  students are expected to arrive at their stop ten minutes before their scheduled time. Students in 4K to 5th grade may walk up to 1/4 mile to their stop. Students in grades 6-12 may walk up to 1/2 mile.
Generally, home stops are only created for a student with special needs or if the roadway has been deemed hazardous by the sheriff’s department.

Has Your Contact Information Changed?

If you have moved, changed your email address or have a new phone number it is very important that you contact Central Registration at 920-448-2001 or click on this link Update Information

Department Staff

General Information
Phone: (920) 448-2130
Fax: (920) 272-7066

Chad Jensema
Transportation Manager
Email Chad

James Jackson
Transportation Specialist
Email James

Barb Lauscher

Transportation Clerical

Brenda Beaudette
Transportation Clerical

Bus Co. Staff

First Student
(Bus number starts with F)
Phone: (920) 468-6515

Lamers West
(Bus number starts with W)
Phone: (920) 496-3600

Lamers East
(Bus number starts with E)
Phone: (920) 336-5264

Green Bay Metro
(Bus number starts with MT)
Phone: (920) 448-3450

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