Fort Wayne Community Schools in US soon will have GPS tracking systems on all of its school buses. The GPS will allow district officials to know where each of its 250 buses is at any time. The systems also ensure that bus drivers are following their routes and are not speeding. The Fort Wayne schools started the installation process last year with 30 buses, and added tracking systems to 35 more buses this year. Next year, the district will install tracking devices in the remainder of the fleet that’s used on a daily basis. A few other Indiana school districts also use GPS systems on some of their buses. They include the Hamilton Southeastern Schools in Fishers and the East Allen County Schools.