NYC School Bus Companies Violated Idling Laws Outside Schools, Polluted Air: Lawsuit

Three companies that operate more than 600 school buses in New York City are being sued by the state attorney general’s office on allegations they repeatedly violated bus idling laws and polluted the city’s air since 2019.

Attorney General Letitia James announced the lawsuit on Thursday, saying the state is seeking monetary relief and a court order for the companies to fully comply with city and state idling laws.

The companies being sued are Jofaz Transportation, 3rd Avenue Transit and Y&M Transit Corp., which are all based in New York City and are owned and operated by Joseph Fazzia and his family, the attorney general’s office said.

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