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Tracking and Prosecuting School Bus Stop-Arm Passing Violations

During the 2013 North Carolina legislative session, funding was provided to support the installation of stop-arm cameras on school buses by school districts. According to the Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Transportation Services Section, camera systems had been installed in, or purchased for over 800 school buses throughout the state at the end of 2014. While many school districts have purchased four camera systems, the number funded by legislative grants, 20 districts have purchased more than four camera systems.

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Stop Arm Violation Awareness

 last updated April, 2015


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NCPTA - North Carolina Pupil Transportation Association

Stop Arm Violation Awareness Posters

School Bus Safety Web

NASDPTS - National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services

American School Bus Council

National Association for Pupil Transportation



June 22-26:
NCPTA Transposium, AshevilleJuly 12-15:
Southeastern States Pupil Transportation Conference,
Fort Worth, Texas
July 18-19:
International Driving Competition, Minneapolis, MN
September 21-25:
2015 Student Ridership Count
October 15-25:
NC State Fair October 15:
TD2, TD2R, TD24 due to DPI Transportation Services
October 19-23:
National School Bus Safety Week October 29-30:
New Directors / Transportation Personnel Training, DPI, Raleigh
November 2:

TD-TIMS Due to DPI and TIMS Project Leader