September 10, 2013

Cincinnati Police to monitor Megabus idling

CINCINNATI — Over the weekend, Cincinnati Police began enforcing an ordinance to prevent Megabus drivers illegally idling their engines for longer than three minutes at a downtown bus stop used daily by 25 of the bargain-rate coaches, according to a Cincinnati.com report.

The order comes after complaints from neighbors to city officials detailing the problems including beeping and idling for 30-minute stretches from 9 a.m. to 1:25 a.m., which some Downtown residents blame on Megabus, the report said. For the full story, click here.

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