It’s almost time for students to head back to school, which means it’s time for drivers to encounter school buses on the road. Drivers must stop at least 10 feet from the part of the school bus that’s closest to the driver. So if a school bus is stopped on a one-, two- or three-lane road, all traffic going in both directions must stop at least 10 feet from the bus. The bus driver should not move the bus until the students are no longer in the roadway. Other drivers can move again once the school bus begins moving again.