Mix or match options for AM and PM on the chart below to see your cost. Select busing needed for the AM and place your finger on the chart. Then select busing needed for the PM and place your finger on the chart. Now glide your fingers down and across until they meet. That is your yearly cost.
|AM No Busing||AM Shuttle||AM Community Stop|
|PM No Busing||0||$500||$500|
|PM Community Stop||$500||$1,000||$1,000|
Many districts in New Jersey offer transportation or help offset the cost of transportation to private school when students do not attend their local public school. The current reimbursement is $1000 per eligible student and is known as aid in lieu of transportation. If a town participates in aid in lieu, the eligibility is determined by the distance between home and school. Students in grades K-8 must live more than 2.0 miles but less than 20 miles. High school students must live more than 2.5 miles but less than 20 miles. Please check with your school district for specific aid in lieu participation and eligibility information. Note: You don’t need to pay for EC bussing to be eligible. Even if you drive your student to school, you may be eligible to receive this aid!
(If you are requesting Aid in Lieu please
complete this form and return it
to the EC transportation office.)
Q: How do I sign up for busing?
A: Simply fill out the Transportation Request Form
Q: How do I know if I qualify for the $1,000 Aid-in-lieu from my town?
A: Please contact your local Board of Education to verify. Then file a B6T Form with EC’s Director of Transportation. Forms can be found here.
Q: Is my Pre-K or Jr. K Child eligible to receive busing at EC?
A: No. The state of New Jersey requires that all bus riders be enrolled in a Kindergarten class (or above)
Additional questions may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Town Name||Number of Students|
|Township of Washington||2|
|West New York||3|