cross-border trucking with Mexico

Three more Mexican carriers apply to cross-border program

The public has until May 21 to comment on three Mexican carriers applying for authority through the cross-border trucking pilot program.

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Teamsters challenges Mexican trucker safety

Union countered to halt cross-border trucking program with Mexico, which was preceded by Mexico filing a brief.

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Court combines cases opposing cross-border plan

FMCSA has granted operating authority to a second Mexican carrier.

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Senator calls cross-border pilot program ‘lax’

Jay Rockefeller said he was concerned about the first two Mexican carriers to pass pre-authorization safety audits.

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ATA renews support for cross-border trucking

The pilot program officially began Oct. 14 after officials granted provisional operating authority to the first Mexican carrier.

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FMCSA launches cross-border program

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration granted authority to one carrier and Mexico said it will remove tariffs against U.S. products.

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FMCSA: Mexican carrier passes review

FMCSA has named first Mexican carrier expected to receive provisional operating authority, but will extend review of a second applicant.

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FMCSA questions Mexican driver testing centers

Agency reported concerns it found during visits at Mexican testing centers for the equivalent of a U.S. commercial driver’s license.

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Court asked to review cross-border program

The Teamsters and Public Citizen petitioned a federal appeals court to review the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s plans.

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U.S., Mexico sign cross-border agreement

Mexican trucks will be required to comply with all U.S. safety standards and have electronic monitoring systems to track hours-of-service compliance.

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