Inspectors from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board on Thursday formally served a 30-day preventive suspension on a bus firm whose unit figured in a deadly accident at the boundary of Quezon and Caloocan Cities Wednesday.
The LTFRB went to the facility of Valisno Express Liner early morning to serve the suspension order, initial radio reports said.
On Wednesday, the LTFRB ordered the suspension of the bus firm’s 62 units after the accident where at least four people were killed.
With the suspension order, LTFRB inspectors are to confiscate the 62 buses’ yellow plates. The LTFRB also ordered roadworthiness inspections by the Land Transportation Office for the 62 buses.
All Valisno drivers will be required to undergo a road safety seminar; drug test; and secure police and National Bureau of Investigation clearances