Revere students are expected to arrive and depart school using one of these choices:
Be Cool…Set-Up Your Carpool!
If you need assistance in finding a carpool in your neighborhood, please fill out the survey below. You will receive a roster of other parents looking for carpool who you can contact.
Click here to Sign Up for the 2020-2021 Carpool Roster.
Big Blue Bus Routes 14 & 43
We have a Big Blue Bus stop right on campus in the Horseshoe Driveway in front of the Main Office. Look for the bus with the headsign showing "Paul Revere MS" on the front and sides of the bus.
The Big Blue Bus 30-Day Youth Pass is just $24! Parents and students can purchase youth passes at Blue: The Transit Store’s pop-up location or load them onto a K-12 Student TAP card on taptogo.net.
Big Blue Bus Mobile App Now Available! https://www.bigbluebus.com/Newsroom/News/BBB-Accepts-Mobile-Tickets.aspx
Route 14 runs from Playa Vista via Centinela/Bundy/San Vicente & 26th.
Route 14 Map & Schedule: https://www.bigbluebus.com/Routes-and-Schedules/Route-14.aspx
Route 14 morning arrivals at Revere: 7:49am
Route 14 afternoon departures from Revere: 12:40pm, 12:42pm, 2:15pm, 2:18pm, 3:22pm, 3:24pm
Route 43 runs from Pico & 16th in Santa Monica with stops at the 17th St. & Bergamont Expo Stations. Route 43 Map & Schedule: https://www.bigbluebus.com/43
The stop at Paul Revere was discontinued in the Fall of 2020. The closest stop for Revere will be at 26th & San Vicente.
Route 43 morning arrival: 7:41am
Route 43 afternoon departures from Revere: 2:13pm & 3:13pm
Parent-Sponsored School Bus Program
The parent-sponsored school buses are exclusively for students. We currently have nine buses serving the Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Valley, Holmby Hills, Venice, Westwood, West Hollywood, West LA and Baldwin Hills communities. A morning pickup and several options of afternoon return trips are planned to most communities. For more information go to: http://paulreverems.com/buses Questions?: Buses@PaulRevereMS.com
Metro Bus Line 602
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(a reusable card to be used for bus transit fares)Many students take the MTA bus to and from school. In the morning Metro drops off at the stop on Sunset/Allenford. After school, Revere has four MTA buses, three of which go to Pacific Palisades, and the fourth goes toward downtown Los Angeles. All buses arrive at Revere empty. To find our at what point in the routes the buses become public and start picking up passengers, please contact the bus line directly at https://www.metro.net/about/contact/Line 602 terminates in Westwood Bl. at Wilshire Bl. & Veteran Ave. providing connections for outer Sunset Bl. patrons to Metro Lines 20, 720, 788 and other transit providers on Wilshire Bl. Click here for the Route/Schedule.
Passengers transferring from Line 602 to Lines 2/302 will alight at Le Conte Ave. and Gayley Ave. and walk to the waiting bus at eastbound Le Conte Ave. & Broxton Ave. Passengers transferring from Lines 2/302 to Line 602 will alight at Le Conte Ave. and Gayley Ave. and cross the street to the bus stop at westbound Le Conte Ave. at Gayley Ave.
Please refer to new timetables for schedule and route adjustments. For more information, please visit www.metro.net or contact Metro Customer Relations at 323-.GO.METRO.
For Metro fares and TAP card information go to: https://www.taptogo.net/TAPPurchaseContacts: Metro - (213)922-6235
LAUSD School Bus Transportation (Magnet/PWT Students Only)
Revere's Area Bus Supervisor: Mr. Freddie Baker, 310-826-4393
District Transportation Office, 800-LABUSES
Permission to ride on the LAUSD yellow school bus is granted to students who have been accepted through LAUSD's Office of Integration into one of two programs: Magnet or Permits With Transportation (PWT). Unfortunately, the Space Available and PSC (Public School Choice) programs are no longer available.
PWT is a Court-Ordered voluntary integration program available to residents of the Los Angeles Unified School District who live within a PWT sending school area. Parents may call (213) 241-6572 to verify if the applicant lives in a PWT sending school area. Applications for PWT are due in October for the following year. Click here for more information.Please note that no late buses are provided on Professional Development (PD) Days.
PWT is administered by Student Integration Services. Click here for more information: http://echoices.lausd.net/PWT/PWTHome.aspx Please contact the office at its toll-free number 877- 4MAG/PWT, 877- 462-4798, or 213- 241-4177, or 213-241-6572. PWT is for Charter Students who meet the criteria established by the program. The application opens in October for the following school year.
Student Transportation Stats
May 2017 Student Survey Results:Morning to school:-36% Ride in a single-family car with no other students-23% Carpool-14% Ride on a LAUSD Magnet School Bus- 5% Ride on a LAUSD PWT School Bus- 8% Ride on a Parent-Sponsored Bus- 4% Ride on a Metro Bus- 6% Ride on a Big Blue Bus- 1% Ride on the Metro Rail/Bus- 2% Walk- 1% Rides a BikeAfternoon to home:-26% Ride in a single-family car with no other students-18% Carpool-14% Ride on a LAUSD Magnet School Bus- 5% Ride on a LAUSD PWT School Bus- 8% Ride on a Parent-Sponsored Bus- 14% Ride on a Metro Bus- 9% Ride on a Big Blue Bus- 1% Ride on the Metro Rail/Bus- 4% Walk- 1% Rides a Bike
October 2016 Student Survey Results
1. How do you get to school in the morning and home on a typical day?
- 43%do not carpool and ride in a single family car in the morning / 603 students (35%) do not carpool home after school
- 29% carpool with other students in the morning / 393 students (23%) carpool home after school
- 15% ride on a LAUSD Magnet Bus
- 5% ride on a LAUSD PWT Bus
- 9% ride on a parent-sponsored Tumbleweed Bus
- 3% ride on the Metro Bus in the morning / 288 students (17%) ride the Metro home after school
- 3% ride on the BBB Bus in the morning / 127 students (7%) ride the BBB home after school
- 2% walk
- 0% ride a bike