Cameras are just about everywhere and now a Manhattan legislator wants to add them on school buses.
Motorists are supposed to hit the brakes when confronted by a stopped school bus. But an estimated 50,000 a year statewide ignore the safety regulation.
City Councilman Ben Kallos (D-Manhattan) plans on introducing legislation that would authorize school districts to equip buses with stop-arm cameras capable of recording vehicles that whiz by.
Images would be securely transferred to authorities that would issue tickets. The revenue would be split between the districts and camera companies.
Read more at NY POST.