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a three-day period last fall while trying to board their buses. During that same time period, five children and two adults in Florida were injured when they were struck by a car, while they waited at a school bus stop. Citing data that was collected from news reports, STN


reported (up until print time) that 17 children were killed and 60 injured during the 11-month period of August 2018 through June 2019, while trying to board or exit their school buses. The result is that lawmakers across the country are


demonstrating 20-20 hindsight by sponsoring legislation at the state and federal levels, in reaction to the deadly school bus-related tragedies. Practically every law that is meant to protect children on school buses is “namesake” legislation. That means it was introduced in memory of a child who was killed by a stop arm runner, by their own school bus, or because someone failed to look for a child on the school bus at the end of a route. “It often takes a catastrophic accident to get major changes,” observed passenger transportation consultant


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