Albany, N.Y. - Gov. Cuomo has signed legislation allowing school districts to install stop-arm cameras on buses.
The stop-arm cameras are to catch drivers, who illegally pass stopped school buses.
They will record the vehicle including license plate and will result in a ticket being issued.
According to the state, people pass a stopped school bus over 150 thousand times in a typical school year.
The legislation aims to hold drivers accountable and ensure that students are safe on their way to and from school.