- 1 How far do you have to live from a school to get a bus in Long Island?
- 2 How far should you stand from a school bus?
- 3 How far do you have to live from a school to get a bus in Illinois?
- 4 How far away from the bus do you have to be when you exit?
- 5 How much does the nice bus cost?
- 6 Does nice bus have OMNY?
- 7 Why are school buses safer without seatbelts?
- 8 How many kids die in school buses each year?
- 9 Should you cross in front or behind a bus?
- 10 Why are school buses safe?
- 11 Who drives the bus?
- 12 Do you need a CDL to drive a school bus in Illinois?
- 13 What does it mean when a school bus is stopped and it’s red lights are flashing?
- 14 What are the black stripes on school buses for?
- 15 When you see a stopped local bus?
How far do you have to live from a school to get a bus in Long Island?
Education Law 3635 requires that students be provided transportation if they live more than two miles (K-8) or three miles (9-12) from school.
How far should you stand from a school bus?
Maintain a safe distance. Stand at least 6 feet away from the curb when the bus approaches, and keep the line away from the street. Wait until the bus stops, the door opens, and the driver says it’s okay to step onto the bus. Remain visible to the bus driver at all times.
How far do you have to live from a school to get a bus in Illinois?
A: Generally, a student must meet one of three conditions to qualify for and be assigned transportation: Live at least 1.5 miles from their school. Be required to pass through an area identified in an Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) Serious Safety Hazard Finding.
How far away from the bus do you have to be when you exit?
You must stop at least thirty feet from a stopped school bus that is loading or unloading children. This is required by law whether you are meeting the bus or traveling behind it.
How much does the nice bus cost?
Effective June 27, the fare is $2.75 for fixed-route service and $3.75 for the Able-Ride service. Customers transferring from New York City/MTA services will also be required to pay the fare. NICE Bus provides riders with several convenient fare payment options.
Does nice bus have OMNY?
NICE DOES NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPT OMNY FOR FARE PAYMENT. A split-fare transaction does NOT encode a transfer on the customer’s MetroCard. The customer has to request a bus transfer from the operator after adding coins to finish paying the fare.
Why are school buses safer without seatbelts?
School buses are designed to be safe. School bus seats have high backs and lots of cushioning. In addition, they’re packed together tightly to achieve compartmentalization. In the event of a crash, the seats absorb most of the impact, protecting the children who sit in them.
How many kids die in school buses each year?
Although an average of seven school-age passengers are killed in school bus crashes each year, 19 are killed getting on and off the bus, according to School Transportation News. Most of those killed are 5 to 7 years old. They are hit in the “danger zone” around the bus.
Should you cross in front or behind a bus?
ALWAYS cross in front of the bus, NEVER behind. Make sure that you are at least 10 feet (five giant steps) ahead of the bus before crossing. Do not cross a street until the bus has come to a COMPLETE stop, the RED stop lights will be on and the driver will signal when it is safe to cross.
Why are school buses safe?
That’s because school buses are the most regulated vehicles on the road; they’re designed to be safer than passenger vehicles in preventing crashes and injuries; and in every state, stop-arm laws protect children from other motorists.
Who drives the bus?
A person who drives bus is called DRIVER.
Do you need a CDL to drive a school bus in Illinois?
In Illinois, you have to have a CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) with a School Bus endorsement. Depending on the type of bus you drive, you may also need an Air Brake endorsement.
What does it mean when a school bus is stopped and it’s red lights are flashing?
FLASHING RED LIGHTS ON SCHOOL BUSES MEANS OTHER VEHICLES MUST STOP. A school bus stops to drop off children. These flashing lights mean the bus is picking up or discharging students and you need to STOP even on divided and multi-lane highways.
What are the black stripes on school buses for?
Along with giving the school bus its unique look, they also serve a very important purpose. Those black stripes are there to help protect the children in the event of a collision. They are known as “rub rails” and they also stop a car that hits the side of the bus from harming the entire side of the vehicle.
When you see a stopped local bus?
When you see a stopped local bus (1 point) you must stop if you are facing it. you must stop if you are directly behind it. wait for its lights to stop flashing. be alert for pedestrians near the bus.