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PENNSYLVANIA'S SCHOOL BUS STOPPING LAW Keeping Children Safe! School Bus Safety Week October 21-25, 2019 When you meet or overtake a stopped school bus with red signal lights flashing and stop arm extended, you MUST STOP When you approach an intersection where a school bus is stopped with red signal lights flashing and stop arm extended, you MUST STOP You MUST STOP at least ten (10) feet away from the school bus You MUST WAIT until the red lights have stopped flashing and the stop arm has been withdrawn before moving. DO NOT MOVE until all the children have reached a place of safety. KNOW YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES 1.5 million children are transported on Pennsylvania roads each day These children are transported more than 346 million miles to school each year. Every year, children are needlessly injured or killed by drivers passing stopped school buses LOADING OR LOADING OR UNLOADING UNLOADING MUST STOP MUST aroe MUST soP MUST STOP Ridyed Gre You MUST STOP on roadways You MUST STOP at an intersection, whether it is or is not marked witth a stop sign, All traffic MUST stop You MUST STOP on roadways with painted lines with ridgedigrooved dividers PENALTIES IF YOU ARE CONVICTED OF VIOLATING PENNSYLVANIA'S SCHOOL BUS STOPPING LAW, YOU WILL RECEIVE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING PENALTIES 60-Day Driver's License Suspension Five (5) points on your driving record $250 Fine ANNUALLY, OVER 1,000 MOTORISIS DO NO OBEY THE SCHOOL BUS STOPPING LAW. STOP SEPARATE ROADWAYS Drivers do not have to stop on a highway with clearly defined dividing sections or physical barriers providing separate roadways. This only applies when the school bus is on the opposite side of the road. IF IN DOUBT, STOP! LOADNG OR UNLOADN MUST STOP LOADING OR UNLOADING uST NOT sToP NOT soe MUST STOP MUST STOP yeal Physical barriers include concrete median barriers, metal median barriers, guide rails, etc. Clearly indicated dividing sections include trees or shrubs, rocks or boulders, a stream, grass, etc Our Children's Safety Is In Your Hands. -SPONSORED BY: STUDENT-TRANSPORTATION INCORPORATED PENNSYLVANIA'S SCHOOL BUS STOPPING LAW Keeping Children Safe! School Bus Safety Week October 21-25, 2019 When you meet or overtake a stopped school bus with red signal lights flashing and stop arm extended, you MUST STOP When you approach an intersection where a school bus is stopped with red signal lights flashing and stop arm extended, you MUST STOP You MUST STOP at least ten (10) feet away from the school bus You MUST WAIT until the red lights have stopped flashing and the stop arm has been withdrawn before moving. DO NOT MOVE until all the children have reached a place of safety. KNOW YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES 1.5 million children are transported on Pennsylvania roads each day These children are transported more than 346 million miles to school each year. Every year, children are needlessly injured or killed by drivers passing stopped school buses LOADING OR LOADING OR UNLOADING UNLOADING MUST STOP MUST aroe MUST soP MUST STOP Ridyed Gre You MUST STOP on roadways You MUST STOP at an intersection, whether it is or is not marked witth a stop sign, All traffic MUST stop You MUST STOP on roadways with painted lines with ridgedigrooved dividers PENALTIES IF YOU ARE CONVICTED OF VIOLATING PENNSYLVANIA'S SCHOOL BUS STOPPING LAW, YOU WILL RECEIVE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING PENALTIES 60-Day Driver's License Suspension Five (5) points on your driving record $250 Fine ANNUALLY, OVER 1,000 MOTORISIS DO NO OBEY THE SCHOOL BUS STOPPING LAW. STOP SEPARATE ROADWAYS Drivers do not have to stop on a highway with clearly defined dividing sections or physical barriers providing separate roadways. This only applies when the school bus is on the opposite side of the road. IF IN DOUBT, STOP! LOADNG OR UNLOADN MUST STOP LOADING OR UNLOADING uST NOT sToP NOT soe MUST STOP MUST STOP yeal Physical barriers include concrete median barriers, metal median barriers, guide rails, etc. Clearly indicated dividing sections include trees or shrubs, rocks or boulders, a stream, grass, etc Our Children's Safety Is In Your Hands. -SPONSORED BY: STUDENT-TRANSPORTATION INCORPORATED