•  Williamson Central School District

    Transportation Department


    Chuck O'Neil



    Mr. Chuck O'Neil, Director of Transportation

    Direct Email:




    Mrs. Barbara B. Bush, Transportation Secretary




    Contact Information

    Phone - (315) 589-6901

    Fax - (315) 589-8316

    Transportation Email -




    Office Hours

    During school days, the Transportation office is staffed from 6:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

    During school breaks and summer, the office is staffed between 8:00 A.M. - 3:00.




    Transportation Application 

    The procedures have been updated. Please be sure to review this information carefully. 

    Parents/ guardians are required to complete a transportation form ONLY if your student(s) are being transported to/from a location other than your home address. All students will be scheduled for transportation to and from their legal residence unless a transportation form is completed. For your child(s) protection, we require detailed information regarding pick up and drop off arrangements with a parent/guardian's signature. If your home address or daycare information changes during the school year, a new transportation form must be completed. 


    Bus Passes 

    The bus pass procedures have been updated. Please be sure to review this information carefully. 

    Due to our continued focus on safety, the current email bus pass system will no longer be continued. Once your requested ALTERNATE pick up/drop off information has been received by the transportation department, it is final. Rotating schedules that change day-to-day, week-to-week or month-to-month will no longer be accommodated. The AM/PM address may be different, but it MUST remain consistent throughout the school year. Students will no longer be issued bus passes to be transported to a location that is currently not part of their transportation schedule. 


    Should a last minute emergency arise, parents/guardians are asked to immediately contact the Transportation Department by phone (315) 589-6901 or email,, prior to 1:00 p.m.  



    School Bus Safety

    The school bus is an extension of the classroom. Please take time to go over the bus rules with your child. Let them know that they need to listen to the bus driver and follow their directions to keep them and all the children on the bus safe. From time to time, the bus driver may find the need to change or assign students seats. This is up to the discretion of the driver. Remember that your child's safety is our utmost concern. Please assist us in creating a successful bus ride for you and your children. 


    Bus Routes

    Once routes are established, drop off times are approximately 10-45 minutes after the students are dismissed from school, depending on where they live. If you need to change your students' pick up or drop off locations during the school year, please be advised that changes take 5 days to become effective. These changes can often affect an entire bus route. Pick-up times can also vary, depending on the students that are on board that day. Please have your students watch for the bus 5 minutes prior and 5 minutes after their "scheduled" bus times. 



    Our Philosophy


    Our primary responsibility is the safety and well being of each student that rides a Williamson Central School District school bus.  We are regulated by the NYS Education Department, the NYS Department of Transportation and the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles.  Our transportation staff (from the Director to the secretary, drivers, monitors and mechanics) are professional people who value the children that they transport.  The Williamson Central School Transportation Department takes pride in its safety record and its 100% D.O.T. ratings.




    ***Transportation Forms***


    The annual transportation forms have been updated below. As a reminder, non-public transportation forms are due by April 4, 2022, for the 2022-2023 school year.   



    Advisory: Stop for Flashing Red Lights!!! This is NOT a suggestion... IT IS THE LAW!!!


    Each day, an estimated 50,000 drivers pass school buses that are stopped and have their red lights flashing in the State of New York. 

    Not only is passing a school bus against the law, it's extremely dangerous and could result in a child being struck. 

    A ticket for passing a stopped school bus could lead to five points on your license and also a $250 fine. 

    Please help us protect our children. DO NOT pass a stopped school bus. 


    Thank you for helping to keep our Williamson students and community safe!!


    Mr. Charles E. O'Neil, SBDI, 19A 

    Director of Transportation 

    Williamson Central School District 

    4388 Ridge Rd. P.O. Box 900

    Williamson, NY 14589






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