Sudbury Student Services Consortium
Sudbury Student Services Consortium
Monday, September 22
First Time
Rider's Program

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Key Service Indicators
Employment Opportunities
Bus Evacuation Video
Welcome to the Sudbury
Student Services Consortium

Providing a safe and efficient transportation system
for the four school boards in the Greater Sudbury,
Espanola and Manitoulin areas.


*** SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION STATUS ***
ROUTE # OPERATOR DELAY AFFECTED SCHOOLS DATE SET
L027 LEUSCHEN BROS. LIMITED Delayed 10 minutes.   2014-09-22 08:04:12
L113 LEUSCHEN BROS. LIMITED Delayed 10 minutes.   2014-09-22 07:58:37
N467 NORTHWAY BUS LINES INC. Delayed 10 minutes. ALL ELEMENTARY  2014-09-22 08:04:40


Please note that due to major construction projects occurring in the city of Greater Sudbury, some school bus routes may experience delays. Click here for the citywide construction map.

Route Finder

Select your school to view morning and afternoon bus routes for your child.

AM Routes: (Click Here)

Select your school: *Bus Routes going to school*

PM Routes: (Click Here)

Select your school: *Bus Routes leaving from school*

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The Sudbury Student Services was formed on January 17, 2001 as a partnership of the four coterminous school boards in the Sudbury area to deliver common services beginning with student transportation.


On January 1st, 2010, the following four school boards have entered into an incorporation:


  • The Rainbow District School Board,
  • Le Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario,
  • The Sudbury Catholic District School Board, and
  • Le Conseil scolaire du district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario.

The Sudbury Student Services Consortium also provides transportation services for Huron Superior District School Board as well as five area First Nations.


The Sudbury Student Services Consortium is governed by a board of directors consisting of the Chief Financial Officer of each of the member school boards.


The four school boards currently transport over 22,500 students on 430 buses daily at a cost of over $24,974,000 per year. Continuous optimization exercises have resulted in a transportation system that is one of the most efficient and cost effective in the Province of Ontario.


In addition, the Consortium has implemented one of the most extensive School Bus Safety programs in Ontario. This program includes interactive rider safety training programs for all pupils in grades K to 8 in all 100 of the elementary schools that we serve.


We are also monitoring service levels and measuring them against a number of key service indicators in order to ensure that service is maintained at a high level.


Bilingual staff is available to take telephone calls at 521-1234 from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. (Hours are subject to change during school holidays and during the summer.)