By CBS3 Staff

PHOENIXVILLE, Pa. (CBS) – The Phoenixville Area School District is installing stop-arm safety cameras on its entire fleet of buses. These cameras automatically activate if a driver passes a bus when the stop-arm is extended.

Violators will be sent a ticket.

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Police say this is not a money grab.

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Their goal is to keep students safe as they get on and off the school bus.

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