Even after deadly crashes like the one in Queens last week, discount bus companies are often able to stay in business and evade serious penalties.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
APRIL 23, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - ADS BUS SERVICE INCORPORATED
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By PATRICK McGEEHAN and WINNIE HU - Monday Sep 25, 2017
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By MATTHEW HAAG and HANNAH ALANI - Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
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- Olivier Vernon’s iron-man streak is done
By Paul Schwartz - Sunday Oct 8, 2017
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- Multiple casualties after London double-decker bus crashes into shop
By Associated Press - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
LONDON — British emergency services say two people were trapped and several injured when a double-decker bus plowed into a store on a busy south London street. Transit officials say the bus was heading for the city’s Waterloo station when it careened through the plate glass window of a kitchen shop in Lavender Hill in...
- Irate passenger hurled coffee in MTA bus driver’s face: cops
By Shawn Cohen, Daniel Prendergast - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
An MTA bus driver had hot coffee thrown in his face by an irate woman became upset when she learned his bus was out of service, police said. The 33-year-old driver was behind the wheel on his meal break at the corner of Veterans Ave. and E. 70th St. in Bergen Beach when the woman...
- Mt. Um radar base ascends from retirement as S. Bay tourist spot
By Lizzie Johnson - Thursday Sep 21, 2017
For nearly four decades, one of the highest mountaintops in the South Bay was unreachable. Children rode their mountain bikes in its foothills, eyes fixed on the abandoned concrete U.S. Air Force radar station at its peak. Some adult trespassers dared to scramble to its summit, only to be slapped with hefty citations from the park service halfway up the slope. Mount Umunhum (pronounced Um-un-um), better known as Mt. Um, remained unconquerable and illusive - until this week. For the first time since the military base was decommissioned 37 years ago, access to Mt. Um’s 3,486-foot summit reopened to the public.