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Pa. bus carrier ordered to cease and desist

Posted on January 6, 2012

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued a cease and desist order against Double Happyness Travel Inc. of Huntingdon Valley, Pa., after finding that the company was operating and selling tickets in violation of a previous agency order to shut down.

The cease and desist order is effective immediately.

In December, FMCSA ordered Double Happyness to immediately cease all intrastate and interstate passenger service declaring the carrier an "imminent hazard" to public safety.

The imminent hazard order followed an extensive review of the company's operations, which found multiple hours-of-service, vehicle maintenance, and controlled substance and alcohol testing violations. If Double Happyness continues to operate illegally, the company will face additional enforcement action.

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