cross-border trucking with Mexico

Court asked to review cross-border program

Jill Dunn | September 06, 2011

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

U.S., Mexico sign cross-border agreement

Jill Dunn | July 06, 2011

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

FMCSA advisory group sets June agenda

Jill Dunn | June 09, 2011

The public may attend the Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee meeting in Alexandria, Va., June 20-22 or submit written comment by June 15.

Lawmakers protest cross-border trucking plan

Jill Dunn | May 04, 2011

At least 35 federal lawmakers have signed a draft of a letter to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood protesting the DOT proposal.

FMCSA unveils cross-border trucking plan

Jill Dunn | April 09, 2011

Cross-border trucking project with Mexico will require fewer participants and equip participating Mexican trucks with GPS or electronic on-board recorders.

Congressman criticizes cross-border trucking plan

Jill Dunn | March 11, 2011

Peter DeFazio questioned how the cross-border plans will comply with federal pilot program rules and cross-border trucking appropriations provisions.

U.S., Mexico agree on trucking plan

Jill Dunn | March 03, 2011

A cross-border trucking agreement would allow Mexican trucks into the U.S. and require Mexico to phase out retaliatory tariffs.

Mexico seeks permanent trucking deal

Jill Dunn | January 07, 2011

U.S trade officials will soon travel to Mexican to meet with the nation's officials over the matter

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