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U.S. School Bus Stop Arm Legislation

A breakdown of states that have laws authorizing school districts to install video surveillance cameras on or near stop arm equipment to capture incidences of motorists who illegally pass school buses while loading or unloading students. See the color code, below, and view a summary of current state laws as compiled by the National Conference of State Legislatures.

state stop arm legis 0309Updated July 6, 2016

Orange = Law enacted

Yellow = Individual school districts or municipalities decision

Blue = Legislation introduced or pending

Gray = No legislation to date

Red = Legislation introduced but did not pass

*Sources: STN, National Conference on State Legislatures

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