Second school district blames company for failed bus plan

Second school district blames company for failed bus plan

Second school district blames company for failed bus plan

Vehicles coming from the opposite side are not required to stop.

MOTORISTS: In Minnesota, motorists must stop at least 20 feet from a school bus that is displaying red flashing lights or a stop arm when approaching from the rear and from the opposite direction on undivided roads. Don't try to pass it and try to beat the bus.

Parents: When dropping your children off at school or the bus stop, be aware of where you stop and where your child exits the vehicle.

The Ohio Highway Patrol reports that from 2014 to 2016, 4,160 drivers were convicted for failing to stop for a school bus loading or unloading students. Unfortunately, not all motorists obey the rules of the road when it comes to school buses.

Vehicles traveling in the same direction as a school bus must always stop, but motorists traveling in the opposite direction can proceed (with caution) when there is an unpaved median or concrete barrier separating the opposing lanes. "That's the reward. You impact lives and you impact them in a positive way to safely get them to school and safely get them home".

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But once drivers are on Veterans Parkway, which has a grass median, they must stop only for a bus going in their direction. "It's not unusual to have three or four violations a week here".

"There are just over 16,000 school buses on the road in IN, and according to the yearly statistics, as the number of school buses on the road has increased, so has the number of school bus stop arm violations", the ISP said.

North Daviess Superintendent Bob Bell said with so much construction taking place around the northern area school, motorists need to pay close attention.

Barr-Reeve's School Resource Officer Mark Bledsoe said drivers around the schools should take note of the new 35 miles per hour school zone signage on CR 100N. "I really, really, don't want to pull over a faculty member, but I will if I have to".

Watch and stop for pedestrians - the law applies to all street corners, for both marked and unmarked crosswalks (all street corners) - every corner is a crosswalk.

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