Student Transportation

Contact Information

Pupil Transportation Director
Justin Arnold
(307) 777-6984

This program provides assistance to school districts in the areas of school busing specifications and bidding, fleet management, transportation program evaluation, in-service training programs, and interpretation of state and federal laws and rules and regulations. The Wyoming School Foundation program staff ensure accuracy in the flow of state money utilized to cover allowed pupil transportation costs to local school districts. The annual Wyoming Pupil Transportation Association Conference and Mechanics’ Workshop are coordinated with the Wyoming Pupil Transportation Association through this office.

School Bus Bids

Status: Open
Closes: Monday, June 29, 2020 10:00 AM Mountain

Invitation to Bid

Bid Opening Information:
Bids will be publicly opened in Room 227 on the second floor of the Herschler East Building located at 122 W. 25th Street, Cheyenne Wyoming, at 10:00 AM Mountain on Monday, June 29, 2020.

Due to COVID19, we cannot accommodate visitors to the Herschler Building. To participate virtually, please contact the State Pupil Transportation Director for the Zoom connection information.

Contact Person:
Justin Arnold, State Pupil Transportation Director
Wyoming Department of Education
122 W. 25th Street, Suite E200
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone:  307.777.6984

2021 Bid Forms by Bus Type

COVID-19 Transportation Reimbursement FAQs

Due to the extraordinary crisis beset upon the State of Wyoming due to the pandemic brought on by COVID-19, the Department of Education is seeking immediate implementation of emergency rules to accommodate the transportation needs of school districts throughout the state.


March 2020 Emergency Rules Chapter 20

Important Information

Pupil Transportation Advisory Committee

Wyoming Statute 21-13-320(h)(ii) authorizes the Wyoming Pupil Transportation Advisory Committee.

(ii) “Pupil transportation committee” means an advisory committee comprised of school district business managers, student transportation program managers and employees, district superintendents and other district personnel organized by the state department of education to assist the department in developing and maintaining state standards for vehicle specifications and equipment, vehicle fleet regulations and vehicle replacement schedules including the establishment of minimum, average and optimal replacement schedules, as required under this section.