School bus safety law goes into effect in Georgia
Feb 21, 2019 09:46 AM EST
A new law regarding school bus safety in Georgia went into effect recently, after Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed Senate Bill 25. Reversing a law change made last year, the new law requires drivers to stop for a school bus when no physical barrier, including a dirt median, a concrete median or some other physical barriers, separate the road lanes.
"Some motorists were confused when the law was changed," said Marty Simmons, director of Glynn County Schools transportation department.