- On a two-way street or highway, all drivers moving in either direction must stop for a school bus that has stopped to pick up or drop off children until the bus stop arm has been withdrawn.
- If a highway is divided by a raised barrier or an unpaved median at least five feet wide, you do not have to stop if you are moving in the opposite direction of a school bus. If you are behind the school bus, you must stop and remain stopped until the bus stop arm has been withdrawn.
- When children or school crossing guards are present in a crosswalk, drivers must yield or stop at the marked stop line.
- Watch for school zones with reduced speeds and children walking or riding their bikes to school.
For additional tips, see the Orlando Police Department’s School Traffic tips