Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Letters to the editor...Too many drivers ignoring warning signs
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Feb 2007, p. 6

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Dear editor, I drive a school bus in the Acton and Georgetown area and am very concerned about the safety of our children. Too many drivers of all ages are ignoring the BRIGHT RED FLASHING LIGHTS and STOP signs on the school buses. They drive right on by oblivious to putting our children at risk as they are entering or exiting the bus. Drivers following or approaching stopped school buses with flashing red lights and stop sign out must stop. This includes four-lane streets like Argyll Road in Georgetown as well as all two lane streets and highways. This issue came up in one of our safety meetings today and all drivers agreed that this is a frequent problem for them as well. We are watching out for our children's safety and can't always catch the licence number of the offending drivers. Please help all school bus drivers to keep our children safe by properly obeying the traffic laws. Barry Hamilton, Acton

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Letters to the editor...Too many drivers ignoring warning signs