Download the MyStop App Today!

July 17, 2018


We hope that you all have had a restful summer break and are ready to begin a brand new school year. The Transportation Department is excited to start the term by making sure that Baldwin County students and parents have a new transportation tool at their disposal.


Last year, our district implemented the Versatrans MyStop app which allows parents and students to track their bus using GPS in real time. We are encouraging everyone to use the app or the web link for computers to get the most up-to-date information for their stop.


Once you have downloaded the app or gone to the weblink, you will be asked for a username and password. This should be your child’s lunch number for both fields. If you are seeing the wrong address or bus number for your child, please contact your child’s school to make sure their address information is correct in PowerSchool.


You can also get basic information on bus delays or changes by following our Department Facebook page at Baldwin County Schools Transportation Department or


For more detailed information on the MyStop program, please visit this link or you can go to the main school district website at, click the PARENT tab, and select “Where’s my bus?” at the bottom of the menu.


If you have any questions, feel free to call our office, message us on Facebook, or email our dispatcher at


We look forward to seeing each of your students bright and early as we begin our journey into the 2018-2019 school year.


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