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F-M Transportation Department

F-M Transportation Department

John Cunningham, Transportation Director
222 W. Franklin St.
Fayetteville, New York 13066
(315) 692-1218







The Fayetteville-Manlius School District recognizes the importance of safe transportation of students to and from school. In 2015-16, F-M buses served 4,468 public and private school students, traveling a total of 780,463 miles.

F-M buses were dispatched in 37 routes serving students throughout the 42.73 square-mile school district, plus 13 routes to stops outside the district.

The F-M Transportation Department has an excellent safety record. The New York State Department of Transportation inspects school buses twice during the year. For the 2015-16 school year, F-M buses had a 100 percent passing rate





Online Bus Schedule

The district no longer prints bus schedules because changes in enrollment can alter bus routes and schedules right up to, and beyond, the first day of school.

Instead, F-M uses a personalized bus stop information system available online. Users enter their address, and the web site produces a Google map locating the address and the nearest bus stop. The website will also provide the bus number and when it is scheduled to arrive.

F-M's online bus information system

If you are unable to access the information above, please contact the Transportation Department at 692-1218.

Check out the Transportation Department section of the website for more information, including bus behavior rules, daycare transportation and how to request a bus stop location change.   






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