• Denton Independent School District


    Department of Transportation

    Denton ISD school buses

    The objective of the Denton ISD Transportation Department is to provide safe, efficient and dependable transportation for the students and parents of the district. We recognize that this is an important service within the educational system. As members of the Transportation Department, we will conduct ourselves as professionals, dedicated to caring for the people we serve.
    We will also serve to be progressive in thought and action as we plan for the present and the future. We must do our part willingly and unselfishly. Working together, we will provide the safest and best service possible. When this is accomplished, we can be proud of the contribution that each of us has made in preparing our students for the future.

     General Information

    District Size:

    180 Square Miles

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    Miles Driven Per Year:

    2.9 million

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    Driving to the Denton ISD Transportation Center? We're located next to Ryan High School. After entering the school's parking lot, make a left at the "T" juncture directly in front of the school's entrance and head straight to arrive at our location. Click here for directions on Google Maps.
                                                                       Main Location                                                East Location
                                   5093 E. McKinney St.                                           1701 Navo Rd.                                     
    Denton, TX 76208                                         Aubrey, TX 76227
    940-369-0300                                                972-347-7649
    transportation photo
    Aerial view of the Main Transportation compound near Ryan High School.
    Photo by former driver Michael Broome; plane flew by former driver Jim Emory.