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NJ Transit drivers rally for jitney bus regulation in wake of fatal West New York crash

New Jersey Transit bus drivers gathered in West

New Jersey Transit bus drivers gathered in West New York today, demanding that jitney bus drivers need a code of conduct after an infant was killed by a distracted bus driver on a cellphone last July. (November 15, 2013 8:44 PM)

New Jersey Transit bus drivers gathered in West New York today, demanding that jitney bus drivers need a code of conduct after an infant was killed by a distracted bus driver on a cellphone last July. Commuter buses serve 300,000 passengers in Hudson County a day, but drivers aren't trained, nor are they regulated by the state. The transit drivers met at the site where 8-month-old Angelie Paredes...

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