How to Become a School Bus Driver
If you have an interest in working with children and youth, driving a school bus may be a great job for you! Approximately 18,000 school buses travel two million kilometers in Ontario every school day. Professional school bus drivers provide 300 million safe rides each school year. You could play an important role in student safety and transportation. Click here to learn more about becoming a school bus driver in Ontario.
If you have a complaint regarding a school bus, school bus route or a school bus driver, please contact the school board/transportation consortia and/or bus company directly in your area. Be prepared to provide the date/time of the occurrence and the name of the school bus company as it appears on the side of the bus. OSBA is always concerned about safety in the school bus industry, however, for specific day-to-day school bus operational issues, you must contact the local school board/transportation consortia or bus company directly as these types of service issues lie outside the association role and mandate of OSBA.
WELCOME TO OSBA
The Ontario School Bus Association (OSBA) is a non-profit association providing advocacy, education and legislative consultation services to the owners of school bus fleets, school boards/transportation consortia and supplier/manufacturer/distributor companies across Ontario for over 60 years. We encourage related organizations to become members of OSBA, committed to professionally and reliably serving the needs of student transportation in Ontario. For any specific matters related to school bus routes, bus stops, etc., please contact your local school board/transportation consortia or bus company as these types of service issues lie outside the role and mandate of OSBA. Become a member company!
New Vision for Student Transportation
OSBA Media/Public Relations Campaign
Ontario Ombudsman Report on Toronto School Busing Issues
School Bus Driver Shortage - Systemic Problem Due to Historic Issues
Student Transportation Competitive Procurement Review Report
View the January 28, 2016 Student Transportation Competitive Procurement Review Report (STCPR) prepared by retired Justice Colin Campbell. Click here for full report.
View Minister Liz Sandals's letter regarding the above STCPR which identifies next steps. Click here for letter.
Year in Review - OSBA's Top 10+
2017 Accomplishments for OSBA Members
OSBA On-Line Criminal Background Check Service For Class B and E Licences
OSBA Driver Excellence Recognition Award Winner
Winner of the 2017 OSBA Driver Excellence Recognition Award - Pat Sanvido of Student Transportation of Canada (STC) - Elliott Coach Lines