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How Do I Know if My Bus is Delayed or Cancelled?

Published August 14, 2018

Tri-Board Operators are obligated to post bus delays when a bus is 10 minutes late or greater. These posts can be found in the  Delays and Cancelations  section of our website and are pushed out on Twitter under @BusDelayNCancel  and the BusPlanner Delays App

Families can also  sign up to receive emails  when a bus is delayed or cancelled:

  1. To receive an email for events like system-wide cancellations, subscribe to general notices.

  2. To receive emails for specific buses and zone cancellations, subscribe to your student’s bus number or OEN.

  3. Don’t forget to sign up for transfer buses!

Full and  Zone  cancellations are posted to our Facebook Page,  Instagram  and general Twitter account,  @triboardbus.

Tri-Board encourages all media outlets to find cancellation information from one of our communication channels. We are not responsible for inaccuracies shared on the radio.

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