Updated:CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
School bus drivers across North Carolina will start keeping count of how many people pass the bus while it's stopped.
The initiative begins Wednesday.
Troopers want to crack down on drivers who go around bus stop signs -- one of the most serious driving violations.
The state will pay for stop-arm cameras on buses in every county.
They'll be installed within the next few months.
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