Metro owns 652 school buses and operates 589 buses daily.
Metro transports approximately 45,000 students, twice a day, equaling 15,660,000 boardings and deboardings annually.
Approximately 65% of all K-12 students in Metro Davidson County ride yellow school buses at some point during each school year.
Metro spends an average of $386 per regular ed child for transportation annually, which is lower than the national average.
Metro spends an average of $2,334 per special needs child for transportation annually, which is lower than the national average.
Metro school buses travel 6,431,848 route miles each school year, which is the equivalent of driving around the circumference of the earth 257 times.
Metro school buses service approximately 2,400 field trips, 1100 Encore trips, 1500 Transition trips, and 2,800 evening program trips.
Metro runs an additional 273,000 field trip, encore, transition, and evening program miles per year, which is the equivalent of driving around the circumference of the earth an additional 11 times.
Metro will purchase and use approximately 750,000 gallons of diesel fuel and approximately 450,000 gallons of unleaded fuel annually.
Metro Nashville Public Schools was recently recognized as on of the 50 Great Fleets of America;
Metro Nashville Public Schools owns and operates the 29th largest pupil transportation department in United States.
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