FORT WAYNE, IN - As the summer break comes to an end, students across northeast Indiana are starting their return to school. With that return to school, motorists should expect an increased amount of school bus traffic during the morning and afternoon commutes, and therefore the need to plan those commutes accordingly to allow for extended travel time.
The Indiana State Police would like to remind all motorists of the Indiana law concerning school buses, flashing lights, and stop arms.
The Indiana State Police are committed to the safety of our children and keeping Indiana’s roadways safe through enforcement and education.
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