Invited to address truck drivers and other staff at Intermountain Gas Co., an Idaho student transportation expert explains the importance of stopping for school buses.
Home surveillance video shows a 7-year-old New Hampshire boy nearly getting hit by a car as he crosses the road to board his stopped school bus.
AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates that the stop-arm camera fines in Montgomery County in the past two years carry a total face value of $10.7 million.
Numerous 911 calls report a New Hampshire motorist passing a school bus that is unloading students. Joseph Demaio is arrested for allegedly passing the bus while impaired.
San Antonio Independent School District equips its buses with stop-arm cameras, and is also outfitting them with other exterior and interior cameras and Wi-Fi.
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools informs the community about how its maintenance team prepared the fleet for the new school year.
Ohio is the 17th state to allow the Gardian Angel safety lighting system as optional equipment.
Over 108,000 school bus drivers participated in this year’s one-day count, conducted by NASDPTS.
A state bill signed into law earlier this year modifies requirements for stopping for school buses and decreases fines for some violations.
The nationwide tour aims to reinforce safe school bus behavior through interactive activities, and remind motorists that they can help keep students safe by obeying stop-arm safety laws.
Kanawha County Schools holds two demonstrations for students, parents, and the public to unveil a new safety lighting system and other technology, and to dispense safety advice.
Throughout August, the statewide “Flashing Red. Kids Ahead” initiative will promote the need for motorists to stop for school buses.
Albemarle County (Va.) Public Schools conducted the pilot with extended stop arms on school buses in May and June.