The majority of companies were "Chinatown buses" shut down for not screening drivers for commercial licenses or drug use, but those things didn't matter to the many passengers who happily paid less than $5 for common city-to-city routes.
The United States Department of Transportation has shut down 26 bus operators, many based in New York City’s Chinatown.
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