Hutto ISD will utilize the Traversa routing system in the 2021-22 school year.
Parents should create an account for Ride 360 at https://txhuttoisd.traversaride360.com/
To access student routing information through the Traversa Ride 360 website, do the following:
1) Using the Chrome or Firefox browser, go to the URL
provided by your school district.
2) If you’re not already registered, choose the ‘Register’
3) To register, enter your email address, along with your
password and name.
4) After registering, you’ll receive an email confirmation.
The provided link will require you to confirm your
registration through the Ride 360 website.
5) Log in to the website, and then add your child by going
to My Students and select the Find Student button.
6) Enter the unique information provided by your school
district to find your child. Repeat this step to find
7) When all students are added, you can then view
transportation information for each of your children.
8) If you’d like to share a student link with another person, select your student and click the student
options button in the lower-right corner.
9) Choose which students to share, then enter the email address of the person you’d like to share with.
That person will receive a confirmation email, which will then automatically link the student to that user.
They will be required to register with Ride 360 if they haven’t already done so.
Once this information is entered, it will be sent to the transportation department. Requests for bus schedules will be reviewed, approved, or denied as soon as possible. We are working on requests as we receive them. Once a route assignment has been made you will be able to view it on the Traversa Ride 360 website or mobile app.
Please have your student(s) at the bus stop location 5 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Buses can run a few minutes late depending on many factors. With this account, you should update contact and other critical information as it changes (i.e. cell phone number(s), email address, additional contacts, transportation-related health information, or provide a change of address for the transportation department if moving).
Thank you for your cooperation and have a great school year!
Hutto ISD Transportation
Address: 4033 FM 1660 N Phone: 512-759-2105 Email: Transportation@huttoisd.net
Director of Transportation
Administration Assistant to the Director of Transportation
Driver Safety and Training Supervisor
Special Needs Supervisor
Transportation Mission Statement:
Our mission is to encourage our students to be successful in their academic endeavors and extracurricular activities while safely delivering them to their destination.
Dear Parents & Students:
The Hutto ISD Transportation Department is responsible for the safe and timely transportation of students attending Hutto ISD schools. We’d like to take this time to update you on our services, rules for riding the bus, and changes taking place for the 22-23 school year.
Recognizing that Hutto ISD continues to grow and change, each year, the Director of Transportation conducts an efficiency study to help identify the best ways to streamline and improve operations while ensuring safe and reliable service for all Hutto students who are eligible for bus transportation. Service parameters and changes for the 2022-23 school year are included below:
Eligibility Transportation is available for students who live two miles or more from their assigned school. The distance a student lives from their assigned school is determined by measuring from the curb at the front of the school to the curb in front of their home using the closest paved street. Students residing within two miles of their assigned school may have transportation available if their neighborhood qualifies as hazardous under the district's hazardous transportation rating system. This includes areas that must cross train tracks, major highways, and more. Please visit our website to learn more about the hazardous transportation rating system.
Bus Route Criteria
Elementary students may be required to walk up to 1/4 of a mile to a bus stop. Secondary students may be required to walk up to 1/2 of a mile. Assigning students to a specific route and bus stop addresses critical safety concerns for students who ride the bus and allows school leaders to communicate better and serve families when a delay or other service changes are experienced. It is essential that your child know and use his or her assigned bus stop and bus route, including how to get to and from home and the assigned stop.
If you have questions, need more information, or need to inquire about special arrangements for students with temporary disabilities (a cast or use of crutches or a wheelchair), please contact David Uecker, Director of Transportation at (512) 759-2105.