July 18, 2014
Regulations allow the city to fine buses for operating without permits, stopping outside of approved zones or deviating from schedules. Fines start at $500 and climb to $2,500 for subsequent offenses within two years.
June 11, 2013
At a public hearing in lower Manhattan, Midtown business owners vented their frustrations over the current system.
April 23, 2012
Proposed legislation, which would impose stiff fines for violators, includes designating pick-up and drop-off locations, providing information about buses being used, number of passengers they are carrying and where the vehicles would be parked when not in use.
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