Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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August 12, 2013

Ashland school bus route schedules

(Continued)

ASHLAND — Blazer

Bus 39 — Leave Oakview 7:30 a.m. Right on Blackburn, straight on Oakview, straight to Pollard, right on Pierce, left on Hickman, left on Ferry, right on Pollard, left on Blackburn, continue on Blackburn, right on Dawes, right on Beech, left on Floyd, drop off Blazer.

 

Verity

Bus 14 — Leave Crabbe at 7:30 a.m.  Left on 17th Street, right on Lexington, left on Prospect, right on Dysard, right on Woodland, right on Oakview Road, left on 13th Street, left on Lansdowne, right on 13th Street,  right on Cantrell, left on Douglas, left on Berry, right on 13th Street, right on Old 13th Street, right on Beech. Drop-off Verity.

Verity

Bus 5 — Leave Charles Russell at 7:30 a.m.  Right on Russell, straight on Blackburn, left on  Division, left on Grandview, straight on Sherwood, left on Halbert, right on Patton, left on Blackburn, right on Belmont, left on 29th Street, left on Moore, right on Crest, right on Blackburn, left on 29th Street, drop off Verity.

Verity

Bus 4 — Leaving Charles Russell at 7:30 a.m. Right on Russell, straight on Blackburn, right on Belmont, right on 39th Street, right on Winchester, right on 49th Street, left on Williams Avenue, left on 52nd Street, left on Winchester, left on 44th Street, right on Gartrell, straight on Blackburn, left on 29th Street. Drop off Verity.

Verity

Bus 8 —  Leave Crabbe at 7:30 a.m. Right on 17th Street, right on Central, left on 22nd Street, right on Carter, left on 28th Street, right on Greenup Avenue, right on 29th Street, left on Central, left on 32nd Street, left on Carter, left on 29th Street, drop off Verity.  

Verity

Bus 2 — Leave Crabbe at 7:30 a.m. Left on 17th Street, left on Lexington, right on 29th Street, left on Simpson Road, turn around top of Debord Terrace, right on Belmont, left on 29th Street, drop off Verity.

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