By: KDKA-TV News Staff

GREENSBURG (KDKA) — State troopers were out along school bus routes Wednesday morning for Operation Safe Stop.

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It is an initiative for School Bus Safety Week, making sure drivers follow the rules of the route concerning school buses.

That includes stopping around a bus when its stop sign is extended and its lights are flashing.

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KDKA’s crew rode along with one bus driver, setting out on her route in Greensburg.

She said she sees a lot of people not following the laws.

“People don’t want to be behind us or wait for us. In a hurry would be the issue,” said Lynn Booher, a driver for DMJ Transportation.

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The only time drivers can pass a stopped bus is if they’re in the opposing direction and the lanes are separated by a barrier — like a grassy median or concrete divider.