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FMCSA Seeks Public Input on Mexican Carrier for Cross-Border Program

Federal transportation safety regulators are asking the public to comment this month as they consider whether to approve a Mexican motor carrier’s request to operate in the United States beyond the border region with Mexico.

Eugene Mulero | Senior Reporter
April 11, 2014
Government

Supreme Court Denies OOIDA Request for Mexican Pilot Hearing

Justices on the U.S. Supreme Court said they will not hear an appeal requested by the Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association challenging the legality of the pilot program allowing some Mexican trucks to operate in the United States.

Jonathan S. Reiskin | Associate News Editor
January 13, 2014
Government

Supreme Court to Consider Mexican Truck Program Appeal Jan. 10

The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to announce by Jan. 13 whether it will review an appeals court decision that upheld the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s authority to operate a cross-border pilot program with Mexico.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
January 7, 2014
Business

FMCSA Taking Comments on Mexican Truck Program Applicant

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is allowing the public to comment on an application by Transportation and Cargo Solutions S de RL de CV to participate in the Mexican cross-border trucking pilot program.

October 2, 2013
Government

FMCSA to Grant Cross-Border Authority to 13th Mexican Carrier

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said it plans to grant a 13th Mexican motor carrier operating authority to carry loads beyond the 25-mile free trade zone.

July 25, 2013
Government

FMCSA Grants Permanent Authority to Four Mexican Carriers

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced this week that it had moved multiple Mexican carriers through various stages of registration in the cross-border trucking pilot program this week, including giving permanent authority to four fleets that allows them to operate throughout the United States.

Timothy Cama | Staff Reporter
June 28, 2013
Government

Groups Criticize FMCSA Over Mexican Trucks in Cross-Border Program

Four groups opposing the federal government’s program that allows some Mexican trucking companies to travel throughout the United States sharply criticized the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, saying the agency is allowing unsafe companies into the cross-border pilot program.

Timothy Cama | Staff Reporter
May 17, 2013
Government

Court Denies Teamsters, OOIDA Bids to Stop Cross-Border Mexican Truck Program

Tom Biery/Trans Pixs

A federal appeals court denied attempts from two truck drivers’ organizations that had sought to stop the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s pilot program that allows Mexico-based companies to operate in the interior of the United States.

Timothy Cama | Staff Reporter
April 19, 2013
Government

Two Mexican Carriers Fail Safety Audits for Cross-Border Trucking Program

Tom Biery/Trans Pixs

Two Mexican trucking companies have failed safety audits that are required for admission in the pilot program that allows some Mexico-based carriers into the interior of the United States, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said.

Timothy Cama | Staff Reporter
April 4, 2013
Business

Rep. Duncan Calls for Review of Mexican Trucks Program

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), a longtime critic of the federal pilot program to allow Mexican trucks beyond the border trade zone, has asked the chairman of the House Transportation Committee to conduct an extensive review of the program.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
February 25, 2013

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