PHM buses to add stop arm cameras

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In this Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017 photo, a West Platte School District bus drives along Route 45 near Weston, Mo. Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens said his budget plan won’t take a “single penny” out of K-12 classrooms. But a 34 percent reduction in transportation funding might keep school districts across the state from hiring new staff or buying new textbooks and technology. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

All Penn-Harris-Madison School District buses will soon have stop-arm cameras. The board of trustees has unanimously approved a proposal to purchase the systems and retro fit them to their buses.

Earlier this year they met with law enforcement about bus stop security, and which equipment was best to purchase. The plan also includes higher resolution cameras on the inside of the school buses.

The cost will come in at around $3,200 per bus, of which there 120 without cameras currently.

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