Is it safe for kindergarteners to ride the bus?
Most Kindergarten-age kids are old enough to ride the school bus. A majority of elementary schools have extremely thorough policies and training in place to ensure the safety of all children riding the bus.
What age can children travel on the bus alone?
Children aged five to 10 They can travel unaccompanied and without a photocard on trams and buses. Find out more about 5-10 Zip Oyster photocard on the Transport for London website.
Should I let my kids take the bus?
Ability to Keep Schedules in Tact Riding the school bus allows for younger children to enjoy that quality time at home with Mommy the way the older kids were able to have when they were young. Keeping the younger kids on their set schedules doesn’t just benefit the younger kids, it also benefits the older ones.
How far should a child travel to school?
Best practice suggests that a child of primary school age should not travel for longer than 45 minutes and a child of secondary school age should not travel for more than 75 minutes. Local authorities should also consider the walking distance to access public transport.
Can an 11 year old travel on a bus alone?
Unaccompanied children aged 11 to 15 years must get an 11-15 Zip Oyster Photo card to travel free on buses and trams and at child rate on Tube, DLR and London Overground services using an Oyster card (see Oyster Photocard section below).
What age is a child for Bus Eireann?
Bus Éireann has child fares on its stage carriage, commuter and regional city services and schoolchild fares on its regional city services. Child fares are available for children up to 15 years old on all State operators but at widely varying discounts.
Can I pay by cash on the bus?
Will you still let customers pay by cash on your buses? Customers will still be able to pay with cash for their fare, but they will need to have the exact fare ready for their journey as our drivers won’t be able to issue change.