Drivers already have to be on the lookout for speed cameras and red light cameras, but now there’s a new one to watch out for.
In the past year, 11 buses have been equipped with the special cameras, and nine more of the $1,350 cameras are ready to be installed. Still, it's a small portion of the more than 400 buses used by the school system.
The two-camera system can capture a vehicle's front and back license plate, time, date, GPS position and speed.
Drivers won't get ticketed however if caught on camera -- at least for now. That's because a bill allowing the tickets was not approved by the Maryland General Assembly.