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Fung Wah will not return to NYC until fall

Posted on April 24, 2015

Susan Sermonetta
Susan Sermonetta

NEW YORK — Fung Wah agreed not to run until a nearby city safety improvement project is completed in the fall after a lengthy Wednesday night meeting raised questions about safety at the company's proposed bus stop at Canal Street, DNAinfo reported.

Fung Wah picked up and dropped off passengers at the stop for years before the federal government shut it down in 2013. Before it can operate in the city again, the operation must first get a bus stop permit from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The process includes a visit to the local community board for public input. For the full story, click here.

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