Indiana State Police have begun posting results for school bus inspections online.
The results show inspections for individual buses, as well as how many buses were inspected in each school district and how many passed inspection.
All you have to do is type in the URL and you will see the State of Indiana on the homepage broken up by counties.
When you click on a county, a list of schools that use buses will pop up. Just click on your desired school to see the results of the latest bus inspection.
“It’s a good idea. It will make everybody more responsible and they will know that people are there watching them and they want to do a good job,” says John Glenn Schools Director of Transportation, Cindy King.
State police say all buses are inspected annually. Buses 12 model years or older are inspected twice a year.
The website went online on July 1 and contains records from more than 30,000 inspections. It will be updated within days after future inspections are completed.
According to the Indiana State Police, the website will automatically update within days after future school bus inspections are conducted.
We have a link to the site on the Big Red Bar.