Transportation Operations Highlights
Mansfield ISD transportation operations comparison to stateTied for 33rd largest operation with district enrollment of 35,000 or more students.(94 square miles; 45 schools; 4-tier bell system with an early morning high school alternative program run)
- Overall the 19th largest operation in the state
- Route miles driven - 17th most miles driven in the state
- Buses owned - 23rd largest fleet.
- Student Ridership - 20th highest reported daily ridership
In the News
May 17, 2021 - The 2021 Shining Star Award recipients are Mark Williamson, Kim Murphree and Martavius McDonald. Mr. McDonald is an MISD bus driver. He has a passion for what he does and for serving students. He treats every student as if they were his own and is known for his welcoming demeanor, positive energy and encouraging nature with all of his students.
April 16, 2021 - A Mansfield ISD mechanic recently achieved the status of World Class Technician, which is one of highest in the industry! There have only been 2,000 technicians in the past 30 years to earn that title.
November 19, 2019 - We know our bus drivers are caring, so it's no surprise that Mary Lane was featured on NBC 5 for making life easier for one of her riders who had to ride the bus without his older brother for the first time. Thanks for putting students first! View the video.
August 17, 2019 - Members of the Mansfield ISD Transportation Department already knew it, but now they have the awards to prove it—their mechanics are some of the best in the state.
Components of Transportation Operations
Number of buses: 292 (Yellow - 277; White - 15)
Miles driven: 2.4+ million annually for route services (2.7+ million total)
- Regular program routes - 1.5+ million
- Curriculum/Academic routes - 42,000
- Special Program routes - 736,000
- Career and Technology routes - 140,000
Average daily ridership: 14,562
- Regular Program - 10,756
- Curriculum/Academic - 1039
- Special Program - 1,328
- Career and Technology - 2,478
- Daily number of passengers - 29,124
- Yearly number of passengers - 5,000,933
Number of Routes: 312
- Regular Program routes - 135
- Curriculum/Academic routes - 70
- Special Program routes - 48
- Career Technology routes - 64
Number of employees: 281
- Drivers - 183
- Attendants - 49
- Training Specialist - 12
- Shop - 14
- Support/Administrative staff - 23
Extracurricular, Athletics, Field Trips
- Trip request yearly - 3,256
- Buses used yearly - 4,650
- Mileage driven yearly - 221,000
- Passengers transported yearly - 165,000
- ASE Certified shop
- 12 mechanics and 2 supervisors
- Buses repaired or serviced yearly - 1541
- Repairs/service line items yearly - 5,722
- Fuel storage capacity - 80,000 gallons
- Transaction - 39,185
- Gallons pumped - 680,245 (442,004 diesel, 238,240 gas)
- We provide fuel for the city of Mansfield
- Active and monitoring cameras - 910
Other Unique Components
- Designated by DPS as a 3rd-party testing site for administering the CDL road test and Commercial Learner Permit written exams. (Four certified DPS examiners on staff.)
- Two in-house TEA 20-hour Texas School Bus Driver Safety Training certification course instructors.
- 16 staff members certified through Texas A&M Train-the-Trainer TEEX program as school bus driving instructors.
- In-house NAPA parts store
- Only ASE Blue Seal certified public school repair facility in the state.
- MISD mechanics placed 1st and 3rd in 2019 state competition.
- ASE World Class certified technician on staff.
- Our own Transportation University.
- Our own YouTube channel with the most viewed Pre-Trip instructional video on YouTube.