Brooklyn bus company under fire for alleged discrimination

A Brooklyn woman has accused a local bus company of discrimination after allegedly being told to sit in the back of a bus she was

BOROUGH PARK - A Brooklyn woman has accused a local bus company of discrimination after allegedly being told to sit in the back of a bus she was riding in.

The B110 bus, owned by the Private Transportation Company, is used primarily by the Hasidic community, which is accustomed to separation by gender.

The bus is open to the public and once received a warning from the Department of Transportation.

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