Welcome to EverDriven
We partner with school districts to provide safe, reliable transportation to and from school for students with unique transportation needs.
How it works
- Your school district partners with EverDriven to drive your child to and from school when a traditional school bus isn’t the best option.
- EverDriven contacts you to confirm your child’s transportation schedule and needs.
- Once confirmed, an EverSafe driver will start driving your child to and from school each day.
Once your school district partners with EverDriven to drive your child to and from school, there are a few things you’ll need to do to get started.
Confirm your identity: EverDriven will contact you to confirm your identity via text message. This is an important safety measure to keep every child safe. If we can’t reach you via text, we’ll give you a call.
Confirm your child’s transportation: Once you’ve confirmed your identity, EverDriven will text you to confirm your child’s transportation schedule. This step is required to begin your child’s transportation to and from school.
Confirm safety equipment: If safety equipment is needed, EverDriven will call to confirm details and sizing.
Get EverDriven’s VIP App: EverDriven’s VIP is designed for parents and caregivers like you. With the app, you can:
- View your EverSafe Driver’s information
- Track your child’s trip
- Cancel future trips if the need arises
EverDriven is the nation’s leading alternative student transportation provider. Our mission is to provide equal opportunities, mobility, and peace of mind to the most vulnerable in our communities.
Commitment to Safety
Safety is our top priority which is evident in everything we do. From our industry-leading SafeRide Guidelines to our investment in technology that enables you and the school district to track your child’s trip – we go the extra mile.
Students we serve
We specialize in providing mobility to students who have unique transportation needs including:
- Students with special needs
- Students experiencing homelessness
- Early childhood education students
- Students in foster care
- Students living out of district
- Students living in hard-to-reach areas