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Jeju to increase bus safety checks
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승인 2010.02.16  14:07:50
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In a bid to reduce the number of traffic accidents on the island, the Jeju provincial government plans to increase safety checks on charter buses.

Safety training will also be provided for the estimated 1,500 people working in the local charter bus industry, commencing in mid-February.

The number of tour groups is expected to increase from March and the new checks will be implemented the same month. In cooperation with the local branch of the Transportation Safety Authority and the association of charter bus businesses, the government plans to check such things as vehicle maintenance and the condition of safety belts.
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