In an agreement signed on July 6, 2011, the US and Mexico announced a safe, secure cross-border trucking program.
The new program focuses on safety and the enhancement of the system of transportation for trade between Mexico and the US.
More information on the cross-border trucking program is available through the links below. IRP, Inc. will continue to update this page as more information on the program is available.
Federal Motor Carrier Services Administration (FMCSA) Related Cross-Border Program Information
- Federal Register Notice: FMSCA Issues Long-Haul Operating Authority. Oct. 14, 2011
- Cross-Border Trucking Pilot Program Report: US DOT issues report to Congress detailing the actions FMCSA is taking or has taken to address the issues concerning DOT's pilot program to demonstrate the ability of Mexico-domiciled motor carriers to operate safely among the commercial zones. Oct. 3, 2011
- Federal Register Notice: Pilot Program on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Long-Haul Trucking Provisions. July 8, 2011
- Federal Register Notice: FMCSA announces its proposal for the initiation of a US-Mexico cross-border long-haul trucking pilot program. Apr. 13, 2011
If you have questions about the cross-border trucking program, please contact Tim Adams.