BOSTON (CBS) – A once popular and troubled discount bus company wants to get back on the road.

Fung Wah is working to meet federal safety requirements in order to return to service at South Station.

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The bus company offered cheap rides from Boston to New York City.

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The service was stopped by the feds after an I-Team report earlier this year exposed major safety problems with the company’s buses.

In February, inspectors found multiple oil leaks from different parts of the engine, and nuts and bolts that weren’t secure.

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There were also faulty lights, a door with a broken latch and the lack of proper registration on a charter bus hired by Fung Wah. Other buses had cracked frames and defective air bags.