Denver Public Schools has revamped its traditional bus transportation system to give students in Near Northeast Denver access to all schools in that area. The new route allows families with no access to personal or public transportation to have access to schools outside their immediate neighborhoods, giving them more options and flexibility. The revamped routes will also benefit many low-income families whose children go to different schools by allowing all of them to ride the same bus.

"I don't have a car and and with three kids, it's difficult getting all of my kids to school," said mom Rosaura Carrillón. "So putting them on one bus will save me a lot of time."

The new bus transportation service, called Success Express, will begin running August 18 for all 13 schools in the Near Northeast are and will service nearly 3,000 students. The service is accessible to all DPS students, including high school students.