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Motorists better think twice before passing a school bus in Houston County.

The board of education approved a measure Tuesday to add cameras to the sides of 20 buses to catch drivers who go around when the stop signs are extended.

That's only a fraction of the 180 buses the system uses daily.

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An outside company will install and manage the systems at no direct cost to the schools.

Houston County Sheriff's Department will review images from the camera to determine whether to issue a ticket. If so, the ticket will be mailed to the driver.

Revenue from the tickets will then be split between the sheriff's department, school system and the company that runs the cameras.

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