Pennsylvania school district considers tracking system for buses
from The Morning Call
Bethlehem Area students who have been skipping school and using the line that the bus never came had better start thinking of some new excuses. The district wants to install an electronic tracking and inspection system in its fleet of buses, allowing officials to follow every move, starting with the turn of the ignition in the morning. The system would cost no more than $150,000, according to a proposal recently approved by the school board Finance Committee. Superintendent Joseph Roy said the Zonar Electronic Fleet Management System is similar to a black box on airplanes and would have a series of benefits to the district.
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