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FMCSA Approves Another Mexican Carrier for U.S. Operation

Baja Express Transportes, Tijuana, Mexico, has been granted authority to operate throughout the United States, the third carrier to get authority under the cross-border trucking pilot program with Mexico.

The company has had one driver and one truck — a 2004 Freightliner — approved for driving in the interior of the United States, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration records show.

Transportes Olympic and Moises Alvarez Perez, an owner-operator, are the other two carriers approved for the Mexican truck cross-border program, but as of this week, Alvarez and Baja Express had not yet used their U.S. operating authority.

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