How does school bus stop-arm enforcement work?
Why CrossingGuard™ for Stop-Arm Safety?
Modernize your school buses inside and out with a safety technology package paid for by violators.
99% of drivers who received and paid a stop-arm ticket did not receive a second.*
Receive world-class service from an informed and trusted industry leader at every step.
Meet Your One-Stop Solution for School Bus Safety
CrossingGuard™ camera systems have effectively captured stop-arm events for school districts of all sizes across the United States for more than a decade.
Our proprietary smart mobility platform and full-service solutions make implementing a highly complex school bus safety program easy for our clients. From installation through paid citation and beyond - we are your one-stop solution for school bus safety.
CrossingGuard comes equipped with a suite of safety, fleet management, and student visibility solutions. Select the technology package that meets the unique needs of your school bus fleet.
OUTCOMES> Student Safety
> Bus Driver Safety
> Pedestrian Safety
> Peace of Mind
> Bullying Prevention
> Collision Avoidance
> Route Efficiency
> Stop-Arm Reductions
SOLUTIONS> Automated Enforcement
> Live Interior HD Video
> Live Exterior HD Video
> Real-Time Bus Tracking
> Student Ridership Insight
> Driver Assistance Alerts
SERVICES> Installation & training
> Maintenance services
> Event processing
> Citation printing & mailing
> Safety program analytics
> Payment support
> Court support
> Public awareness support
How School Bus Stop-Arm Works
High-definition cameras are installed on the exterior of the school bus.
When a school bus extends its stop-arm, the system automatically detects vehicles that pass the stopped bus within the enforcement zone.
VIDEO AND PHOTO EVIDENCE
When an event occurs, the cameras record video of the vehicle and capture event images including the vehicle, its license plate, and the extended stop arm.
Event data and images are wirelessly uploaded to Verra Mobility’s back-office via a secure VPN. They are then processed according to the customer’s business rules.
Law enforcement receives and reviews the evidence and determines whether a violation has occurred.
If the event is a violation, a notice is issued and mailed to the vehicle owner.