Loyola is continuing its bus service for the 2021-2022 school year. In efforts to improve our in-house bus service, Loyola now contracts all bus services through one company, American GTS, to better streamline the process. In addition, we have also partnered with the Cariina transportation app which will provide real-time tracking of all riders, bus routes and updates.
For the upcoming year, we plan to have six bus routes catering to our most dense populations. The cost for the year will be $2,600.00, which includes morning, afternoon, and late afternoon busses. Not only is this more convenient for your sons, but it also fosters an environment for friendships and community with fellow riders.
To guarantee a spot, at this time we are requiring the full balance of $2,600.00. The total cost will be due by August 15, 2021. Seating is limited, and we offer first-come, first-serve enrollment.
Loyola reserves the right to cancel, modify and amend proposed routes and service. Only Loyola contracted busses are permitted to transport students, including pick or drop off at our designated parking areas on Venice Blvd.
- Pasadena – San Marino Firehouse/Huntington Dr., Sierra Madre/San Pascual, Fair Oaks/California
- South Bay A – Torrance/110 FWY, RB Pier, Sepulveda/Artesia
- South Bay B – Sepulveda/22nd St., Plaza El Segundo
- Westchester – Manchester / La Tijera, Sepulveda/Slauson
- Westside/Palisades – Palisades Dr./Sunset, Sunset/Carey, 26th/San Vicente, Bundy/Olympic
- West Valley – Ventura/Lindley, Ventura/Noble, Ventura/Laurel Grove
To register for a Loyola Bus, please click here.
We encourage all families who are driving students to/from school and after-school activities to utilize carpooling with other families as much as possible. We know it’s difficult sometimes to know who to carpool with, especially when you are new to the school. Typically, students will meet many students during sports, summer school, and orientations that live in the same geographic area and will start carpooling arrangements and schedules.
We also highly encourage families to take advantage of the robust public transportation options that exist in Los Angeles County. Consult www.metro.net for a user-friendly experience to see what public transportation routes are best from your area. Metro TAP (Transit Access Pass) card registration forms are also available here:
TAP Card Student Application Form.
In closing, we are working diligently to make your morning and afternoon commute a more effective and enjoyable one. We welcome feedback to ensure your satisfaction. If we currently do not offer our busing system in your area, please take a moment to contact us with your input.
We look forward to a successful year and please know that we are always available to answer your questions by emailing the Dean’s Assistant and Transportation Coordinator Mr. Torres ’99 directly at email@example.com.
Please contact Transportation Coordinator Mr. Jorge Torres ’99 (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 213-381-5121 x1205 with any inquiries.