A bus company that served Baltimore has been shut down by federal transportation officials for being an "imminent hazard" to public safety.
Double Happyness Travel Inc., of Huntingdon Valley, Pa., was found in violation of regulations on driver fitness, drug and alcohol testing, unsafe driving and vehicle maintenance by inspectors for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The six inspections covered the period from June 24 to Nov. 18.
Double Happyness Travel operated 19 motor coaches that provided low-cost service between New York City
and Baltimore, Wilmington, Del., and Albany, N.Y.
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