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Three Texas companies among 52 that feds shut down
 

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal bus safety regulators announced they have shut down 52 companies in what they describe as a major nationwide crackdown on unsafe carriers.

Below is a state-by-state list of 49 companies that were shut down by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and have not reopened. The state reflects the company's location, not the only state in which the bus line operates. All the bus lines operate in multiple states.

That is followed by a list of three companies the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration shut down but have reopened after taking corrective action, according to the agency.

Arizona:

—Autobuses Rayon Inc.

—River City Shuttle

British Columbia, Canada:

—FTS Forest Transport Services LTD

California:

—Salcido Tours

Connecticut:

—New Haven Bus Service

—People to Places Inc.

Florida:

—Ricardo Transportation

—McRea Transportation, Inc.

—Fabulous Coach Lines

Georgia:

—All Pro Motor Coach

—Best Limo Service

Illinois:

—Across USA Tour & Travel

—Nealson Coach Inc.

—Acrosstown Charter

—Irma J Tours, Inc.

—Illini Tours

Indiana:

—Rotel North American Tours LLC

Kansas:

—Midnight Express LLC

Kentucky:

—M H B S Inc

Massachusetts:

—Furtado Bus Lines

—Lynette's Limousine

—MTZ Tours

—Sovereign Transportation

Mississippi:

—Carbo Limo Of Oxford, LLC

—CC Rider Coach

New Jersey:

—Pocono Progressive

New York:

—Coach USA Tour Inc., not affiliated with Coach USA Inc. of Paramus, N.J., which still operates.

—Horizon Coach Inc.

—Gotham Coach Service Inc.

—Uniworld Tours, Inc.

North Carolina:

—Charter Bus

—Southeastern Tours, Inc.

—Executive Charters Lines, Inc.

—Spaulding Charters and Tours, Inc.

Ohio:

—Destiny Tours

Pennsylvania:

—Bus Go Bus, Inc.

—Travel Time Transportation, LLC

—S & V Tours Inc.

—Wilcar Tours, Inc.

South Carolina:

—Destiny Tours

—The People's Choice

—South Carolina VIP Tours, LLC

Tennessee:

—GWC Enterprises Inc.

Texas:

—Autobuses Zacatecanos LLC

—Hotel Mexicano

—Agape Tours Inc.

Utah:

—Salt Lake Shuttles LLC

Vermont:

—Advanced Ventures, LLC

Washington, D.C.:

—Onboard DC Tours LLC

Companies that were shut down but have reopened:

Georgia:

—Transsouth Motorcoach, LLC

Massachusetts:

—Lucky Star

North Carolina:

—DAPTCO Motor Coach Services

Source: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

 

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