CDTA Shuttle

Students in grades 6-12 ride CDTA buses to and from school!

Cohoes shuttle buses (Route 802) are on green, blue and red routes.

Please take advantage of this opportunity and ride the bus as often as possible. The bus pass can be used on any CDTA bus route during the school year and gives students a safe and reliable way to get to and from school every day.

Cohoes shuttle schedule and map

Interactive map of shuttle stops

How does it work?

  • Students are issued a photo ID card that acts as their CDTA bus pass and also gives access to their meal accounts.
  • Route 802 is the Cohoes shuttle bus service for both the middle school and the high school.
  • The blue, red and green lines are the same for both the middle school and high school. The difference between the two is the timetable of departures and stops along the three lines, as well as the destinations at each of the schools.
  • Students can ride either bus route in the morning and afternoon.

The shuttle schedule, along Route 802, can also be found in the main office of the middle and high schools.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Cohoes CDTA shuttles

Safety guidelines and behavior expectations for students riding CDTA buses

Preparing our students for success in tomorrow’s world.

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