Motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses will be targeted by law enforcement in one Southern California city.
The Press-Enterprise reports Wednesday that California Highway Patrol officers will be aboard school buses in San Bernardino on Sept. 9 to observe when vehicles pass when the buses are stopped and signaling with flashing red lights or a stop sign.
The officers will then call to other officers in patrol cars to stop the drivers.
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Drivers in both directions must stop when a school bus is signaling except when the road is divided or is a multi-lane highway.
Violations are punishable by fines up to $1,000 and possible suspension of driving privileges.