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Traffic Cameras On School Buses
Traffic Cameras On School Buses

AIR DATE: September 12, 2013

Traffic cameras are outlawed in Nevada, but the problem of impatient drivers ignoring stop signs on school buses has become so bad that the school district wants to change that. It's already started a trial of two cameras to record those who ignore those stop signs on the arm of the bus. So what will happen at the legislation? Can the district persuade lawmakers to lift the ban, even if it's only for school buses?


Kim Wooden, Deputy Superintendent, Clark County School District

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