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March 29, 2013

FMCSA orders Fung Wah to cease all operations

Evidence of significant safety problems and dangerous conditions found on its buses. Company failed to inspect, repair and maintain its vehicles, falsified inspection records, failed to ensure its drivers were qualified and complied with HOS regs, and failed to meet drug and alcohol testing requirements.


March 4, 2013

Service demand spikes for Fung Wah competitors

Weekend passengers aiming to travel to Manhattan endured long lines waiting to book tickets on competitor bus services, with many selling out.


February 28, 2013

FMCSA orders Fung Wah to temporarily shut down

The administration's safety investigators are also continuing their examination of the carrier's operations, including examining the safety records of its vehicles, drivers and other company safety performance requirements prescribed by federal regulations, and may consider additional actions against the company if warranted.


January 8, 2013

Fung Wah bus strikes 2 pedestrians

The victims are in stable condition, and the driver of the bus is not expected to be charged.


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