School Bus Laws in Alabama

Shot 1 of 6: West bound school bus pulls up to the north west of the intersection.

Shot 2 of 6: On coming traffic is not required to stop. Yellow lights don't seem to bother the east bound driver of the van either.

Shot 3 of 6: The bus driver proceeds west bound. The child whom she just let off wants to cross to the south side of the street.

Shot 4 of 6: The bus drives off with the child on the north side of the road.

Shot 5 of 6: Somewhat later he makes his way to the south side.

Shot 6 of 6: The boy is on his way home on the south side, but the sidewalks are on the north side of the street. The next crosswalk is 1/2 west of here, pooly painted, and there are no sidewalks on the south side.

Don't forget to write.

J. Scott Carter
Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
ILB 325
University of South Alabama
Mobile, AL 36688-0002

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