Crosville to face second inquiry hearing

PUBLISHED: 19:00 07 May 2017

Crosville will appear before the Traffic Commissioner again.

Crosville will appear before the Traffic Commissioner again.

Crosville Motor Services

Crosville Motor Services will appear before the Traffic Commissioner (TC) for a second time after concerns were raised by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency.

The Weston bus company has already appeared before TC Kevin Rooney at a public inquiry relating to issues over vehicle maintenance and failed MOT tests.

But TC Rooney asked for more information from Crosville and so did not compile a report.

A second hearing will instead take place, but a date has not yet been set.


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