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.
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.
September 12, 2013
Completed 73,023 truck and bus inspections from June 4 through 6. A total of 1,471 motorcoaches were inspected during the event this year.
August 16, 2013
Federal investigators found that The People’s Choice, which provides charter services primarily in the southeastern U.S., failed to properly inspect, repair, or maintain its vehicles and allowed vehicles that had failed safety inspections to transport passengers.
August 15, 2013
Agency revoked Staten Island, N.Y.-based All Nations Coach Inc.’s operating authority for violations of federal safety regulations and declared McRea Transportation Inc. an imminent hazard to public safety and ordered to cease all operations.
May 31, 2013
Carbo Limo is a for-hire passenger carrier consisting of 10 passenger vans/minibuses and one stretch limousine used for its intrastate operations, principally shuttle service in and around Oxford, Miss.
May 20, 2013
The owner of Illini Tours, Robert L. Frazier, is also the owner of Lex Express Inc./Lincolnland Express, a passenger carrier ordered to shut down by FMCSA in December 2012 for multiple violations, including making false entries on vehicle maintenance records.
May 16, 2013
Safety investigators found that Autobuses Zacatecanos failed to ensure that its vehicles were systematically and properly inspected, repaired and maintained. Onsite inspections of the carrier’s four buses revealed such numerous and serious safety violations that all four vehicles were immediately declared out of service.
April 24, 2013
This is the first shutdown of a passenger carrier following the deployment earlier this month of more than 50 specially trained safety investigators targeting high-risk passenger carriers.
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