Participating carriers have accumulated 43,299 total miles in California and Texas since the first participating carrier crossed the border Oct. 14.
The cross-border trucking pilot program with Mexico needs procedural and monitoring improvement and lacks sufficient data and participation to draw safety conclusions, say DOT auditors.
With the federal audit of the cross-border pilot trucking program expected out soon, six one-truck Mexican carriers now have authority to operate beyond the border zone.
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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will seek comment on the Pre-Authorization Safety Audit of another one-truck Mexican carrier seeking authority.
FMCSA has accepted a fourth carrier to its cross-border trucking pilot program.
The public has until May 21 to comment on three Mexican carriers applying for authority through the cross-border trucking pilot program.
Mexican officials announced plans for stricter regulations on load weight and more inspectors and scales.
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