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My Ride K-12

Breaking News IconMy Ride K-12 - Apps on Google PlayEffective May 1, 2024 The Traversa Ride 360 app will be replaced by Tyler Technologies “My Ride K-12”.  The new application is available now for download in both Apple and Android App Stores:

This application will allow families to look up bus route information, and receive real-time alerts. To learn more about My Ride K-12 app, please choose the “Bus Tracking” menu header, or click here to be directed to that page of our website.

Transportation Mission Statement

The mission of the University Place School District Transportation Department is

to transport students in a safe and efficient manner.

Safe Busing, Riding and Walking

Tyler Technologies My Ride K-12 is University Place School District’s bus route scheduling program.  You can use My Ride K-12 to determine your student’s neighborhood school or to find your student’s bus route. If you have additional questions about your student’s transportation to school, please call UPSD Transportation Department at 253-566-5724.

Please go to the Bus Tracking tab to learn about the new My Ride K-12 app for student bus information.

  • Students who live more than one radius mile from school may ride on school buses. Students are expected to be at stops five minutes prior to stop time, and behave well at their bus stops and on buses.
  • If student rides a seatbelt-equipped bus, student must wear the belt.
  • Students in grades K-4 will be provided a bus tag containing pertinent bus information. Bus tags are required to be worn daily.

Route changes during the year will be uploaded to the Traversa My Ride K-12 app.


Side view of a cartoon-style school bus  Click here to look up your student’s bus route or school by entering your home address.  

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Students who ride bicycles or drive cars to school are expected to heed traffic safety rules. Students riding with a parent or on a public bus are asked to arrive after school doors open and staff members are present.

Students who walk are expected to practice pedestrian safety: by being orderly using walkways, by using crosswalks, and by obeying crossing patrols and traffic signs/ signals.


Questions?  253-566-5724 UPSD Transportation Department