Cross-border trucking with Mexico, again
It’s been nearly two years since the termination of the pilot program that allowed expanded access to the United States by select Mexican carriers. Now U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is proposing a plan for a long haul cross-border trucking program that emphasizes safety and satisfies the United States’ obligations under the North American Free Trade Agreement. You can read more details about the plan.
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