FMCSA has named first Mexican carrier expected to receive provisional operating authority, but will extend review of a second applicant.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration anticipates granting provisional authority to the first Mexican carrier in October.
Agency reported concerns it found during visits at Mexican testing centers for the equivalent of a U.S. commercial driver’s license.
A federal advisory group is accepting feedback before making recommendations for any future rulemaking.
House Speaker John Boehner and Majority Leader Eric Cantor wrote Obama Administration should withdraw proposed hours-of-service rule.
The Government Accountability Office advised the FMCSA it should develop a reasonable timeframe to put driver fitness ratings into effect.
Federal grants for Kansas are aimed to improve truck and bus safety across the state.
FMCSA says this information will aid the agency in developing future safety initiatives.
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