- 1 How much is a Bus Eireann school ticket?
- 2 How much is a school bus pass UK?
- 3 How do I contact Bus Eireann school transport?
- 4 Is school bus free with Medical Card?
- 5 How do I get a school transport grant?
- 6 Is Bus Éireann still running?
- 7 Can I get help with travel costs to school?
- 8 How far should a child travel to school?
- 9 What is a reasonable distance for a child to travel to school?
- 10 Can I refund a Bus Eireann ticket?
- 11 How much is the Remote Area Grant?
- 12 What is concessionary school transport?
- 13 Does Bus Eireann run on Sundays?
- 14 How do I pay my Montgomery County school bus?
- 15 What is a post primary school?
How much is a Bus Eireann school ticket?
For secondary school pupils, the charge is €350 per pupil or 2 payments of €175. (Max per family of €650). For primary school buses, the fare is €100 per pupil or 2 payments of €50 (Max per family of €220). There is an exemption for Medical Card holders.
How much is a school bus pass UK?
The pass is £360 for the year. Spread the cost with monthly instalments and find out about any discounts available.
How do I contact Bus Eireann school transport?
Operating hours are 09.00 – 17.15 Monday to Friday. Please click here to contact your local Bus Éireann School Transport Office by email.
|Dublin, Kildare, Meath, Wicklow
|Bus Éireann School Transport Office Regional School Transport Office, Area Office, Broadstone Dublin 7
Is school bus free with Medical Card?
Pupils who are eligible for school transport (see above) and who hold a valid medical card are entitled to free school transport to the nearest school. If a pupil with a medical card is not attending the nearest school: This arrangement will continue for pupils who are already availing of the waiver.
How do I get a school transport grant?
During the COVID-19 public health emergency, you can apply for a Special Transport Grant either through your child’s school or directly to the School Transport Section in the Department of Education. Fill in the application form for the Special Transport Grant and email it to your child’s school.
Is Bus Éireann still running?
Public transport services are currently running a full schedule of services. Onboard capacity (sitting and standing) is operating at 50% capacity.
Can I get help with travel costs to school?
If you’re on a low income, your local education authority (LEA) might help you with some costs. If your child is at a maintained special school, ask your LEA if they can help pay travel costs so you can visit. Your child’s school can ask you to pay for some activities such as museum or theatre trips.
How far should a child travel to school?
Best practice suggests that a child of primary school age should not travel for longer than 45 minutes and a child of secondary school age should not travel for more than 75 minutes. Local authorities should also consider the walking distance to access public transport.
What is a reasonable distance for a child to travel to school?
The statutory walking distance is the distance between home and school that the Government thinks a child should be able to walk: two miles for children under eight years of age. three miles for pupils aged 8–16 years.
Can I refund a Bus Eireann ticket?
If you decide for some reason not to use the ticket you bought online, you should apply for refund before the date of outward travel shown on your order. You must make all refund claims no later than 30 days after the date of outward travel on your unused ticket.
How much is the Remote Area Grant?
– the grant will be calculated on the distance from home to pick-up point in cases where the family avail of a transport service. The maximum daily allowance payable under the Remote Area Grant is €5.10 per day – regardless of the number of children from the same family, travelling to particular schools.
What is concessionary school transport?
Concessionary Transport Children who are not eligible, under the terms of the schemes may apply to Bus Éireann on a concessionary basis. The conditions are: that Bus Éireann determines that a suitable service exists to school or education centre. that the service has spare capacity.
Does Bus Eireann run on Sundays?
On Mondays to Fridays (except bank holidays) from Wednesday 1 April and until further notice, Bus Éireann City and Town services will generally operate to a Saturday timetable, with the following exceptions. There are no changes to timetables on Saturdays and Sundays.
How do I pay my Montgomery County school bus?
Pay by Mail Mail the School Bus Ticket with check or money order made payable to Montgomery County, MD. Write the citation number and license plate number on your check or money order to ensure proper credit. Returned checks are subject to electronic redeposit for the face amount and a fee of $35.00. DO NOT SEND CASH.
What is a post primary school?
The post – primary or second-level education caters for students aged 12 to 18 years. They must be at least 12 years of age on 1 January in the year they start second-level education in order to be registered in a post – primary school. There are different types of post – primary school.