Life's Journey. Safer. | Stop-Arm Camera Technology
Reducing Stop-Arm Violations
at No Cost to Municipalities.
Welcome to BusPatrol
We are a safety tech company
focused on reducing stop-arm violations.
Dallas County Schools & BusPatrol Agreement
“We are pleased to“We are pleased to see this matter settled, we came together as a group and put the kids first” said Jean Souliere, CEO of BusPatrol. “Children’s safety is at the heart of our business. Our World-Class technology is proven to keep children safe both inside and outside the school bus on their journey to and from School. BusPatrol is pleased to have played a role in reaching this resolution, and is excited to returning our undivided attention to building a safer world for students across this great State of Texas.”
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With our Safety Tech your bus becomes a...
Reducing Stop-Arm Violations at No Cost.
Although the technology exists to make the journey safer, municipalities, school bus operators and consortiums, face enormous challenges. These include the cost-effective procurement, maintenance and deployment of the necessary Safety Tech hardware. BusPatrol’s seamless solution provides this and more at no cost through a cost-recovery / revenue sharing model.
- Fleet and Program Assessment
- Procurement and Deployment of Safety Tech
- Quality Assurance and Infraction Review Process
- Coordination with Enforcement
- Collection and Support Centre
Parents & More
- Safety Tech on School Buses
- Educating and Changing Driver Behavior
- Children's Safety and Transport Learning Tools
We are empowering our partners and communities; making roads safer for our kids.
“Drivers who endanger our children should be held accountable,” Mrs. Ehrhart said. “I applaud the actions of the Cobb County Commission in signing the contract to renew the use of school bus cameras, which are vital to our children’s safety. However, they will only be effective if our judges uphold the law.”
“I really wish police could send tickets to these people. I work in Oakland and travel frequently all about town. I see people not stopping all the time. It infuriates me because I could just see some poor kid getting hit in my mind.”
“They’re running stop signs everywhere,” said Lynch, who has driven a school bus for six years in the northern end of the county. “It’s a big thing with us. (It’s happening on) just about every street in the county.”
“BusPatrol enables us. It’s that tool its that link that helps us at every single bus stop and it has reduced the amount of violations.”