Academics

Overview

The Transportation Department transports Clerc Center students to and from school, brings athletic teams to competitions, and takes students to extra-curricular activities.

We also provide a shuttle bus service to and from Union Station for the campus community.

Safety is our primary consideration. Our drivers possess commercial driver’s licenses and submit to annual and random drug testing. Staff members are trained annually in CPR and First Aid as well as in defensive driving. And all of our vehicles are systematically inspected and maintained by our staff mechanics.

Bus Schedule

Transportation Trip Request Form

Information

Faculty

Krystle McCoy

Transportation Manager

Wendy Armstrong

Supervisor, Transporation Services

FAQs

Common Questions

You are neither allowed to drink alcoholic beverages nor bring any open containers of alcohol inside the buses. However, you are permitted to bring alcohol into the bus as long as seals have not been broken, and it is still secure.
The Red Line.
Modified Schedule is mainly connected with holidays and the weekend schedule. The bus service is every two hours, beginning at 10:00 a.m. until 6:15 p.m.
Luggage is permitted on the bus, but bags must not block aisles or emergency exits and cannot occupy a seat otherwise available to a passenger.
Shuttle information is posted on the Transportation website, and schedules are posted at each shuttle stop.
Voice: 202-651-5151 and VideoPhone: 202-250-2610
We operate Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. and are closed on weekends.
Yes, if they are service dogs with ID. No other animals are permitted on the buses.
No, food and drinks are not permitted on the shuttle bus.
You can board the bus at Union Station or the intersection at Second Street NE and M Street NE.

Contact Us

Transportation

202-250-2610

202-651-5151

202-498-4333

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