INDIANAPOLIS (WFFT) - More people appear to be stopping for school buses across Indiana.
On April 23, bus drivers across the state counted 2554 people running stop arms.
That's down by about 500 violations from last year, with about 1000 fewer buses reporting.
Last week, FOX 55 reported the violations were down in Allen County.
However, school districts said this count doesn't tell the whole picture because drivers are still reporting violations regularly.
Starting in July, anyone who illegally passes a school bus could have their license suspended for at least 90 days.
The statewide count is part of a national survey and is voluntary for each school district.
Number of violations reported by northeast Indiana school districts:
Adams Central Community Schools - 0 violations on 15 buses
Central Noble Community School Corporation - 2 violations on 11 buses
DeKalb County Eastern Community School District - 2 violations on 15 buses
East Allen County Schools - 30 violations on 105 buses
East Noble School Corporation - 0 violations on 42 buses
Fort Wayne Community Schools - 120 violations on 129 buses
Garrett-Keyser-Butler School Corporation - 0 violations on 15 buses
Huntington County Community Schools - 17 violations on 57 buses
Lakeland School Corporation - 5 violations on 26 buses
Manchester Community Schools - 0 violations on 15 buses
MSD of Southwest Allen County - 15 violations on 95 buses
MSD of Steuben County - 10 violations on 31 buses
MSD of Wabash County - 0 violations on 29 buses
North Adams Community Schools - 7 violations on 18 buses
Northwest Allen County Schools - 7 violations on 70 buses
Prairie Heights Community Schools - 1 violation on 21 buses
Smith-Green Community Schools - 0 violations on 10 buses
Wa-Nee Community Schools - 4 violations on 34 buses
Warsaw Community Schools - 3 violations on 67 buses
Wawasee Community Schools - 0 violations on 37 buses
West Noble Community Schools - 0 violations on 32 buses
Westview School Corporation - 4 violations on 31 buses
Whitko Community Schools - 0 violations on 19 buses
*Not every school district reported violations to the Indiana Department of Education
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- East Noble seeing fewer stop-arm violations with cameras on every bus
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- Butler Police Department increases patrols on stop arm violations
- Tougher penalties for stop arm violations becomes law
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