Intercity buses have made life "unbearable" for a resident whose window faces an Allen Street stop.
The Chinatown bus company, known for its $15 Boston-to-New York route, is allowed to operate again.
State and local authorities seized more than 70 guns during the months-long investigation, they said.
The 7th Precinct has issued 90 tickets to bus operators, said Capt. Timothy Wilson.
The Chinatown bus operator wants a new license after it was shut down for safety violations in 2013.
A spokeswoman for the bus company said the expansion comes after "many, many requests to go to D.C."
One driver said he would continue to operate despite repeated $2,000 fines.
Long-distance bus companies risk fines as high as $2,500 for breaking rules established a year ago.
Community Board 3 will consider a temporary moratorium on new intercity bus stops on Canal Street.
Community Board 3's transportation committee will review two bus stop applications June 12.
Community Board 3's transportation committee doesn't want the additional stops.
The bus with 68 passengers on board hit a guardrail, police said.
BoltBus critics complained the carrier clogged the sidewalks at 33rd Street near Sixth Ave. for years.
The call comes after Fung Wah Bus was shut down by federal regulators.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law regulating the intercity buses that stop in Chinatown.
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