U.S. Reps. Jackie Walorski and Julia Brownley’s Stop for School Buses Act would direct the U.S. DOT to review existing laws and programs in all 50 states, recommend best practices, and create a nationwide public safety campaign.
Several system suppliers offer solutions that not only capture images of violations but also make compiling and submitting evidence quicker and easier. Some also offer revenue sharing for greater affordability.
A school bus is carrying 20 students from Union-North United School Corp. when a motorist crashes into the rear end of the bus. Four students on board and the motorist suffer minor injuries.
The South Bend Community School Corp. will install 192 stop-arm cameras on its buses.
Indiana lawmakers cut a provision to let schools buy stop-arm cameras with a share of the fines from illegal passers and change a provision that would have made a license suspension mandatory.
The bus driver was driving too fast and experienced a glare from the sun before the collision, according to the crash report. Twenty-one people were injured.
Twenty-one people, including 19 students, are taken to the hospital after the school bus collides with a garbage truck.
The facility, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, will support a range of propulsion systems, including conventional powertrains, alternative fuel, electric hybrid, and fully-electric vehicles.
The fleet tracking solutions provider is tapping into the knowledge of Butler University students in a collaboration on further development of Here Comes the Bus.
Senate Bill 2 addresses same-side pickups on state highways; allowing school districts to petition to have speed limits reduced near bus stops; and increased penalties for traffic law violations resulting in death.
The Wisconsin-based school bus operator buys Cardinal Buses Inc.
The Indiana driver faces no criminal charges in a collision with a school bus that killed a student. A grand jury says the driver's actions did not fit the legal definition of recklessness.
The National Transportation Safety Board releases a preliminary report on a school bus crash in October that killed three students and injured one other.