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Chinatown »

Fung Wah's owner has decided to close the business, according to Councilwoman Margaret Chin's office.

Lower East Side »

The company agreed to wait until the planned DOT work was completed near the Manhattan Bridge.

Chinatown »

New safeguards include a new electronic logging system and increased safety checks.

Chinatown »

The Chinatown bus company, known for its $15 Boston-to-New York route, is allowed to operate again.

Chinatown »

The Chinatown bus operator wants a new license after it was shut down for safety violations in 2013.

Chinatown »

The federal Department of Transportation has shut down the bus carrier with a stop in Chinatown.

Chinatown »

The federal Department of Transportation shut down Fung Wah Bus earlier this month.

Chinatown »

Margaret Chin got $1,670 from employees from the Fung Wah bus company, according to records.

East Harlem »

Joel Azumah says buses will leave four times daily from Harlem to Boston.

Chinatown »

The US Department of Transportation shut down Ming An on Friday.

Chinatown »

Lovers who travel to see their partners are worried after the cheap bus line was shut down.

Chinatown »

The U.S. Department of Transportation has permanently shut down the low-cost bus carrier.

Chinatown »

A stafety inspection found cracks in the frames of some of the low-cost carrier's fleet.

Chinatown »

The Fung Wah bus struck the victims near Canal Street and Bowery Monday night, according to the NYPD.

East Village & Lower East Side »

A Council committee endorsed a resolution urging the state to pass legislation to regulate inter-city buses.