NJ Assembly Panel Approves Accountability Bill For Jitney Operators

Posted on January 9, 2014

TRENTON, N.J. -- A bill sponsored by three Hudson County legislators that would hold owners and operators of jitney buses more accountable to its customers -- created after a West New York infant was killed -- was approved by the state Assembly Budget Committee Thursday. article here

Related article: Infant Death Triggers Scrutiny of Jitney Rules In NJ

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