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August 15, 2012

Record 74K bus, truck inspections conducted

Emphasized a back-to-the-basics focus, with special attention paid toward braking systems and hours-of-service, the top ranking violation categories for vehicles and drivers, respectively.


April 10, 2012

N.Y. to conduct more bus safety probes

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state Legislature are creating a new bus inspection program which will target the operators with the worst safety records with more inspections.


April 3, 2012

Despite crashes, lax oversight for bus inspections

Businesses that perform state of inspections of buses were able to continue to inspect buses even though cited by federal authorities for failings.


October 27, 2011

N.Y. bus safety crackdown removes 100-plus drivers from road

The inspections, conducted between September and October, resulted in 116 bus drivers and 95 buses being taken off the road throughout the state. In the New York City area alone, 48 drivers and 26 buses were taken out of service.


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