In an effort to increase safety on roadways, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has shut down a total of 52 bus companies, citing disturbing issues such as bus drivers with suspended licenses and routes of more than 800 miles with no rest as reasons for the nationwide crackdown. According to Anne S. Ferro, the administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, bus companies are responsible for transporting school bands, Boy Scouts and even senior citizens. The motor coach industry carries around 700 million passengers a year in the U.S. “Operation Quick Strike” started in April of this ... Read More
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