Transportation Joint Agreement (TJA)
The Transportation Joint Agreement (TJA) provides bus service for District 155 students who reside more than 1.5 miles from school. Bus route information is posted in Skyward prior to the first day of school.
TJA has been owned and operated by Districts 47 and 155 since 1974 and is overseen by an advisory board comprised of school officials from both districts. The department services four high schools, three middle schools, nine elementary schools and two parochial schools. It also services various early childhood centers and provides transportation to 23 out-of-district special needs locations. The TJA has 131 school buses, 155 employees and transports approximately 10,000 students per day over 1.8 million miles per year. The organization recognizes its responsibility to the community to provide safe, efficient, reliable and timely bus service for the transportation of all students while abiding by all laws, rules procedures and ethical practices.
Electronic Recordings on School Buses
Electronic visual and audio recordings may be used on school buses to monitor conduct and to promote and maintain a safe environment for students and employees when transportation is provided for school-related activities.