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Peabody Public Schools Reveal Alarming Rate of School Bus Illegal Passings This Back-To-School

Peabody Public Schools and BusPatrol unveiled the findings of the state’s first stop-arm camera pilot program during a press conference held at Higgins Middle School. The results showed a disturbing trend of over three illegal passings per bus per day.

From September 1st to October 10th, ten school buses equipped with stop-arm cameras recorded 865 vehicles illegally passing school buses that were stopped to pick up or drop off students. This is equal to 3.6 violations per bus per day.

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BusPatrol and NYAPT Announce Panelists for Upcoming New York School Bus Safety Summit

BusPatrol, the most deployed school bus photo enforcement technology provider, and the New York Association for Pupil Transportation today announced their slate of panelists that will be featured at the upcoming New York School Bus Safety Summit. The Summit will take place on Thursday, May 11, at The Mansion at Timber Point in Great River, as dozens of school districts and municipalities are gearing up to attend the largest school bus and transportation safety event on Long Island.

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Virginia School District Expands Bus Camera Program With Buspatrol To Stop Illegal Passings And Keep Kids Safe

Culpeper County Public Schools (CCPS) announces expansion of its bus camera program through a partnership with BusPatrol. BusPatrol is the leading stop-arm enforcement technology provider, to launch a school bus safety program to reduce the number of times motorists illegally pass school buses and put children at risk. CCPS Division Superintendent Dr. Tony Brads said, “With the support of the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office,

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Visalia Unified School District Record More Than 1,500 Drivers Illegally Pass School Buses Since September

Visalia Unified School District and BusPatrol today shared the results of its stop-arm camera pilot program for the first half of the 2022/23 school year, showing just how often motorists blow past school buses and endanger students. From September to February, six school buses equipped with stop-arm cameras recorded a total of 1,595 vehicles illegally passing stopped school buses that were stopped to pick up or drop off children. This is equal to 2.3 violations per bus per day.

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