Manassas school buses now have stop-arm cameras to catch violators
from The Washington Post
The Manassas City public school system has equipped its bus fleet with cameras aimed at catching motorists who illegally pass the buses as they load and unload young passengers, a violation school officials say poses serious danger to students. The cameras, now on the school system's 60 buses, activate when the school bus deploys its stop arm. If a motorist passes the school bus while a stop arm is out, the camera will capture footage of the car. Police will review the footage and can send a summons, which comes with a $250 fine, to the driver's home.
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