Big Law

D.C. Attorney General Reaches Settlement with Greyhound Over Union Station Bus Idling

D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine said Thursday that the city had reached a $125,000 settlement with Greyhound Lines after suing the bus company over vehicles idling at Union Station.

In December, Racine filed a lawsuit in D.C. Superior Court seeking $216,000 in penalties after his office and the District’s Department of Energy and Environment said they found 50 Greyhound buses idling at Union Station with engines ­running longer than the three-minute legal limit.

On Thursday, the attorney general’s office said a settlement was reached and that Greyhound would be required to pay $125,000 in fines, hire a supervisor to monitor idling at Union Station and prohibit excessive bus idling nationwide.

Read the source article at Washington Post

    Leave a Review or Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Back to top button