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Safety & Security Survey


For this month’s survey, we received 245 total responses from over 5,100 readers who are primarily transportation directors or supervisors. They responded to questions about safety, security, bullying, behavior interventions, stop-arm video cameras, “Danger Zone” video monitoring, electronic stability control, collision mitigation systems and purchasing plans. Here is what they told us:


81% 62% 4 out of 10


Offer training to school bus drivers and attendants to assist with interven- ing during bullying incidents and then reporting them. (244 respondents)


Specifically offer PBIS training for their school bus drivers and/or attendants. (244 respondents)


Readers who have state or local municipal laws that authorize them to enter into agreements to use stop-arm video cameras to prosecute illegal passers. (245 respondents)


95% 60% 42% 92%


The number of operations that do not currently use 360-degree cameras to monitor the school bus “Danger Zone.” (244 respondents)


Have yet to order new school buses that are equipped with electron- ic stability control, while 24% have placed orders. (243 respondents)


Said they are interested in purchasing new school buses that are equipped with colli- sion mitigation systems, such as automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning, while 27% are not, and 31% aren’t sure. (232 respondents)


Forecast that the addition of collision mitigation systems will increase new school bus prices. (233 respondents)


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18 School Transportation News • MAY 2019


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