There is a new safety improvement for Selah school buses.

The district added cameras to the outside of the buses.

They’re purpose is to catch drivers who don’t stop for the stop paddles that extend on the side of the bus. Bus drivers say cars drive past everyday.

"I think it's going to be a great asset to help people realize they can’t be going through the bus stop paddles.” said bus driver Debbie McGuire. “You know that it's such a danger that people don't realize that there are kids crossing in front of those buses."

If you're caught blowing past the stop sign, the ticket is close to $400.

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