Tour Bus Safety Bills Advance In California Legislature

Posted on April 20, 2016

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Three bills to increase inspection of tour buses in California, inspired by a high-profile bus crash in San Francisco’s Union Square last November, are advancing in the state Legislature.

KQED News article here

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  • anthony

     | about 3 years ago

    Chp is not swamped with work, i dont see them on the freeways at night pulling over fast and furious drivers. They see the junk party buses and dont pull them over for documentations inspection. Chp needs to start doing their job to protect motorists. Plenty of old junk charter buses that should be stopped and documented

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