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Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities



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The safety of the individuals we transport is our first priority that is why all bus drivers and aides are trained in CPR, First Aid and Crisis Intervention techniques. The Transportation staff also attends annual training seminars to learn new rules, regulations and skills so that we may provide the best and safest service possible. Our dedicated Transportation staff are proud to met the needs of the individuals we serve.

Since transporting over 260 adults and children each day is such a big job, we operate a fleet 16 buses and numerous auxiliary vehicles including vans and transit vehicles. 

Bus Safety InformationThe bus garage

  • Please make sure individuals are ready five minutes before their scheduled pick-up time. 
  • Transportation staff are not permitted to leave the bus, please make sure someone escorts individuals to and from the bus.
  • Only Transportation staff are permitted to place riders in car seats or wheelchair bracketing systems.
  • Eating and drinking on the bus are not permitted.
  • Please do not send dangerous objects such as glass, knives, firearms, ammunition, explosives, etc.

Transportation Changes and Sick Days

Any changes to an individual's bus route must be requested 24 hours prior to the change. If an individual will not be riding the bus due to illness or other emergency, please contact the Transportation Office prior to the scheduled pick-up time.

Notifications must be made to both the Transportation Department (330.722.9360) and the Adult Services Offices (330.725.7751 ext. 280) OR Windfall School Offices (330.725.7751 ext. 228).

Question about our Transportation Department? Please call 330.722.9360 or email
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