April 7, 2014
Decision comes following Crystal Transport Inc.'s operating authority was revoked by the FMCSA for safety violations.
April 1, 2014
Thus far in 2014, FMCSA has revoked the operating authority of more than 75 unsafe bus and truck companies. A total of eight motor carriers and four commercial drivers have been declared to be imminent hazards to public safety.
March 21, 2014
Each operator, which are from Ga. and S.C., were ordered to immediately shut down for disregarding federal safety regulations and putting their companies’ own drivers, passengers and the public at risk.
March 14, 2014
Sandy, Utah-based Serv-A-Bus LLC continued to transport passengers despite a January 2013 cease operations order and revocation of its U.S. DOT registration, while a Conn.-based driver failed to disclose prior health issues.
The rulemaking would significantly reduce the paperwork burden associated with hours-of-service recordkeeping for interstate bus and truck drivers.
February 25, 2014
Found STSC Transportation Services Inc. was endangering the traveling public by failing to ensure the safety of its vehicles and drivers. Although registered in Atlanta, the company operates service between Philadelphia and New York City.
February 21, 2014
Program is designed specifically for drivers to meet the driver training needs of the motorcoach industry. Company also announces partnership with Hire Heroes USA.
February 12, 2014
Would would make it easier to determine whether a bus or truck driver is prohibited from operating a commercial motor vehicle for failing to comply with federal drug and alcohol regulations, including mandatory testing.
February 7, 2014
The component of the agency’s Compliance, Safety, Accountability program was launched in 2010 to identify and prioritize motor carriers posing the highest threat to public safety for enforcement interventions.
January 15, 2014
North Carolina’s state director of pupil transportation recommends maintaining an approved list of safe motorcoach companies; establishing a contract for a trip ensuring the proper number of drivers and buses; and asking the driver to show that the bus has been inspected on the day of the trip.
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