Roanoke county transportation

Roanoke county transportation DEFAULT

Roanoke County Public Schools

Jerry Hubbard

Transportation Supervisor of Operations
540-562-3900 ext. 12003

Kathy King

Transportation Supervisor of Administration
540-562-3900 ext. 12005

Linette Christley

Admin. Asst. (Routing & Field Trips)
540-562-3900 ext. 12002

Linda Johnson

Admin. Analyst (Finance)
540-562-3900 ext. 12004

Randy Pratt

Parts Manager
540-562-3900 ext. 12012

JoAnne Robinson

Adminstrative Assistant
540-562-3900 ext. 12000

Brian Simmerson

Transportation Route Manager
540-562-3900 ext. 12001

Chuck Spradlin

Shop Foreman
540-562-3900 ext. 12011


Note: If you have an emergency, please call your child's school.


Mailing address:

Roanoke County Public Schools
Transportation Department
701 South Market Street
Salem, VA 24153




Beginning Monday, June 15, 2020, the Roanoke County Administration Center building will reopen to the public. Business may still be done by phone, email or online. We strongly encourage the public to make an appointment prior to visiting. Please contact us at (540) 772-2068 or email us at [email protected] Roanoke County appreciates your patience with the implementation of temporary changes to County operations and services.

Secondary System Six-Year Improvement Plan 

The Roanoke County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on June 8th, 2021, at 3 p.m. in the Board Meeting Room at the Roanoke County Administration Center, 5204 Bernard Drive, Roanoke, VA, on the Secondary System Six-Year Improvement Plan for Fiscal Years 2022-2027 and the estimated allocation of funds and construction priority list for Fiscal Year 2022.

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Road Notices

View the list of highway projects underway that may affect traffic in Roanoke County, or the weekly-updated list of highway projects that may affect traffic in the 12-county Salem Transportation District: Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) - Salem Roadwatch


View an interactive map showing active projects in Roanoke County, or Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) projects in the Salem District.

Road Maintenance

VDOT maintains Roanoke County roads that are listed in the state system, including repairs, paving, snow removal and construction. Private roads in the county that are not in the state system are the responsibility of the homeowners or developers along that road. Report a road problem to VDOT by completing an Online Work Request.

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Transportation Planning


View the Roanoke River Blueway Interactive Map.


The Roanoke Valley Greenway Commission is an advisory and support organization working to help build a network of greenways thoughout the Roanoke Valley. The Commission is comprised of appointed members from the participating localiltes (Roanoke County, the cities of Roanoke and Salem, and the Town of Vinton) and representatives from several partner organizations.

Roanoke Valley Alleghany Regional Commission (RVARC)

The Roanoke Valley Alleghany Regional Commission (RVARC) provides long-range transportation planning for the Roanoke Valley and rural localities in the region. The Regional Commission has completed many transportation-related plans and maps for the area that are available on its documents webpage, including:

  • Bikeway Plan for the Roanoke Valley Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
  • Congestion Management Plan
  • Financially Constrained Long Range Transportation Plan (CLRTP)
  • Park and Ride Study
  • Planning for Elderly and Disabled Mobility
  • Roanoke Valley Area Ozone Early Action Plan (EAP)
  • Route 419 Corridor Study
  • Rural Bikeway Plan
  • Rural Regional Long Range Transportation Plan
  • Transportation Improvement Program

Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT)

The Virginia Department of Transportation also provides several resources for transportation planning including:

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The bus routes have been created with the student information available when they were published.  Bus routes and stop locations may change throughout the school year or from year to year as student populations fluctuate.

ALL TIMES ARE ESTIMATED ONLY and will be adjusted as necessary throughout the school year. Students should be at their stops at least 5 minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive. Students must be AT THE STOP when the bus arrives.  Our buses may be a little late during the beginning of the school year due to new student orientations. We appreciate your patience and cooperation.

PLEASE BE AWARE that routes change throughout the school year. The most current routes will be posted here.
Note:  Bus stops are not made on a door-to-door basis.

To search for a specific street, begin by selecting the school from the list on the left (mobile users - click on the plus "+" sign next to "TRANSPORTATION" above to expand the list).  When the lists come up, click on the arrow in the top right corner to view the AM or PM list full screen.  Depending on your browser, you may need to download the file before the search feature is activated.


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