Sague Bus

Established 1933

Quality, Timely and Dependable School Bus Transportation 

Sague Bus Service is a family owned-and-operated school bus transportation company.  We serve the Philadelphia metropolitan area.  

u can put your trust in us! We provide personal service and exceptional quality. We have been in business for over 80 years. Our unparalleled service, competitive prices, and overall value are why our loyal customers won't go anywhere else. We look forward to serving you!

Sague Bus Service
502 Germantown Pike
Lafayette Hill, PA  19444

Phone: (610) 828-5776

From left to right:  Stephen Sague, Bob Sague and Jennifer Sague McMenamin

Our Services

> Early AM/Late PM availability

> Weekend availability

Class trips

Sporting trips

​> Shuttles

Call out office for other options.

Pricing & Availability

Sague Bus Service pricing depends on various factors such as length of trip, destination, date, etc. We ask that you contact our office with this information to determine pricing and availability.

​You can be assured that our rates are competitive and that you won’t be surprised with hidden costs/extra fees. 
Four Generations of Providing Transportation Service 

Founded in 1933 by John A. Sague, Sague Bus Service has been assisting with the

transportation needs of the greater Philadelphia area for over 80 years.  What

began as a gas station and store at the intersection of Germantown Pike and 

Chestnut Street in Lafayette Hill now focuses on bus transportation for a dozen

private and parochial schools. With a fleet of 35 buses, the company today is

owned and operated by the third and fourth generation of Sagues.  

Owner, Bob Sague, describes the history of his family's business: "My grandfather, 

John Sague, ran a shop in a rented gas station on the property 

that is now the entrance to Whitemarsh Woods.  My father, Elmer, helped

with auto repairs.  In 1946, when my father returned from serving in World War II,

he opened a repair shop across the street from his father's gas station.  Dad  

purchased his first bus and slowly expanded the company's transportation service. 

Dad also drove the bus route for his children to Barren Hill School, located in the

building that now houses the Whitemarsh Township offices.  The gas station was

sold in 1985 and the Sague operation was moved to the auto repair shop across the street.  The busing business became so successful that by the turn of the millennium, the company had phased out the auto repair business to focus solely on bus operations."

The company, however, remains a family business.  Many family members

currently drive or have driven buses. Bob's wife Peggy and his sister Pat are

former drivers.  Bob's brother Ray, continues to drive today.  His oldest daughter

Michelle Abiuso, works in the office and drives a daily route for St. Philip Neri

School. In fact, Bob's younger son, Steve Sague, drove his own bus route to

school when he attended Kennedy Kenrick High School.  Steve earned his 

Commercial Drivers License at age 18 when he was still a student and actually

picked up his fellow students in the morning, parked the bus at school while he

attended classes and then drove everyone home at the end of the day.

Bob still drives, though his children are now running the day to day operations of 

the business.  His younger daughter Jennifer McMenamin, is the company's

President and Office Manager and Steve is the Vice President. Both started out

early in the business.  McMenamin started bookkeeping for the company in high 

school to help her grandfather when her grandmother was ill.  She only planned to help out until the slow season.  She's still waiting for it.  

The fifth generation of the Sague family is already in training.  Jennifer's

daughters, Erin and Sara help with filing and preparing mailings of bus schedules

for back-to-school season.  Erin remarks "Even though it's a wake-up call that

school is coming soon, the rest of the job is pretty cool,"  Her sister Sara agrees,

"It's exciting to work there because it's fun having family around.  When we do

the bus mailing we have an assembly line with the whole family."  

Edited excerpt from Fall 2008 article by Kelly K. Brown for Whitemarsh Living.
Our 81-Year History