Bill moves forward to allow cameras on school bus stop arms

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INDIANAPOLIS (WLFI) – A bill allowing schools to use cameras on school bus stop arms to help cut down on stop arm violations is moving forward.

House Bill 1042 passed out of the state House Committee on Roads and Transportation this week. The proposal allows schools to use cameras to catch drivers passing school buses when stop arms and lights are in use.

It said schools can work with law enforcement to review the video and mail a complaint and summons to violators.

The bill now moves to the floor of the House.

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