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National Surveys

These natioal surveys provides an account of children, which ride school buses, and are killed by either their own school bus or a passing motorist while loading or unloading the school bus.

2004 Survey (PDF)

2005 Survey (PDF)

2006 Survey (PDF)

2007 Survey (PDF)

2008 Survey (PDF)

2009 Survey (PDF)

2010 Survey (PDF)

2011 Survey (PDF)

2012 Survey (PDF)

Loading & Unloading Surveys

The following information is a collection of more than three decades of nation wide statistics on children killed in the loading and unloading "zone" or area around a school bus.

Report number one depicts the number of children killed, since 1970, by the front and back of a school bus, a vehicle passing a stopped school bus, the light condition and the size of the bus.
Click here for report (PDF)

Report number two depicts the sex and age of the child as well as whether the child was going to or coming from school.
Click here for report (PDF)

Report number three depicts weather conditions, the day of the week and the month a child was killed while in the loading/unloading zone.
Click here for report (PDF)

Report number four exhibits a breakdown of children killed in the loading zone of a school bus by each reporting state since 1979.
Click here for report (PDF)

Report number five depicts a breakdown of children killed in the loading/unloading zone of a school bus by location, weather, type of roadway, and if the child dropped an object, fell down, or caught a piece of clothing or object in the door or handrail.
Click here for report (PDF)

School Bus Safety Director
Keith Dreiling
785-296-4567
785-296-6659 (fax)
kdreiling@ksde.org

Questions about this page contact:
Wilma Crabtree
785-296-3551
wcrabtree@ksde.org

Deb Romine
785-296-3570
dromine@ksde.org

 

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