Transportation Services

About Us

The Office of Transportation Services is responsible for providing the safe and efficient transportation of all eligible students to and from schools and school activities each day. To accomplish this monumental task, a team of dedicated routing, safety, and administrative specialists combined with a host of drivers and attendants work together to maintain a high level of service for all of our clients. Read more...

Current News and Announcement

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This system will provide parents with timely notification of late bus route information.  The Office of Communications and Community Relations will be sending out notification of this program to parents via newsletters, media, and social media.

Parents may access the following link https://busdelay.fcps.edu/ or the FCPS Mobile App to receive the delayed bus report.  Morning route information will be available through 12 p.m. The afternoon route information will be available from 1 p.m. through 5 p.m.

This new system will be active on September 6th, 2016, for the first day of the 2016-17 school year.  Both KIT and Bus Delay Notification systems will run simultaneously until further notice.

Check Out the Free Student Bus Pass Pilot Program

Did you know that you can now sign-up for the Free Student Bus Pass Pilot Program at all Fairfax County high schools and middle schools, and ride the Fairfax Connector for free? You can check for more information at your school’s administration office; you need to have your parent’s/guardian’s approval for signing up. Visit the Fairfax Connector web site for more information on the program.

General Information

FCPS Info ButtonDo you have a question, idea, suggestion, concern, or compliment you need to have addressed by FCPS? Please submit the information by clicking on the FCPSinfo button. The appropriate FCPS staff person will respond to you soon.

Notice to Parents

In case of emergencies such as road closures, accidents, or weather related road problems, drivers may use safe transportation-approved alternate locations to pick up or drop students.

Drivers will return children to their schools:

  • If a kindergarten child is not met at the door of the bus by a parent, parent designee, guardian, or a responsible middle school age or higher sibling;
  • If there is no safe transportation-approved alternative stop;
  • If the driver has any other concerns regarding the safety of releasing a student
    at a regular stop; or,
  • If a child expresses concern, for any reason, about getting off of the bus.

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Contact Information

Francine Furby, Director
Francine.Furby@fcps.edu

Timothy Parker, Assistant Director
Tim.Parker@fcps.edu

Rachna Suryakant, Administrative Assistant
Rachna.Suryakant@fcps.edu

Lorton Transportation Center
8101 Lorton Road
Lorton, Virginia 22079
703-446-2000

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Lea Ann Deyarmin
ladeyarmin@fcps.edu

Last Updated

August 19, 2016