Just after the horrific March 12 bus crash in the Bronx that killed 15 people and injured 17 others, federal and state regulators coordinated a sweeping crackdown of commercial motor coach companies in New York State, resulting in about 20 percent of buses and drivers being pulled out of service and reinforcing the adage that people usually have to die before appropriate action is taken. But while the New York crackdowns removed many unsafe commercial vehicles and drivers off the road, they are unlikely to do any good in the future unless authorities maintain that beefed-up level of scrutiny. Safety ... Read More
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