Mexican truckers negotiate with Texas officials, prevent repeat of border bridge blockades
- 'Cusp of Success' // Traffic World;6/10/2002, Vol. 266 Issue 23, p11
Reports the opening of the U.S. border to Mexican trucks. Importance of safety regime in the place; Safety requirements for cross-border trucks; Principles of facilitating trade.
- Pena unveils NAFTA plans. // Public Roads;Winter96, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p50
Reports on US Transportation Secretary Federico Pena's announcement of a series of measures to be taken by his agency to ensure a smooth opening of the United States-Mexican border to American, Canadian and Mexican trucking in accordance with the North American Free Trade Agreement.
- Carey: `Just say no'. Schulz, John D. // Traffic World;03/10/97, Vol. 249 Issue 10, p34
Reports on Teamsters president Ron Carey's call for a permanent delay on allowing trucks from Mexico to ply the Mexican-American border region under the trucking portions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Criticism of customs and Mexican-American border authorities for lack of...
- CANACAR Congress and Trade Show. Mireles, Ricardo Castillo // Transportation & Distribution;Jul2002, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p24
Presents highlights of the joint congress and trade show of the National Cargo Transport Chamber in Mexico in June 2002. Number of attendees; Speakers in the event; Issue over Mexican trucking to the U.S.
- GAO confirms Mexican truck safety lacking. // Refrigerated Transporter;Feb2002, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p15
Deals with the confirmation by the U.S. General Accounting Office that Mexican truck safety is not in accordance with the U.S. standards according to a study. Categories of the problem with Mexican cross-border trucking; Factors that influenced the results of the study; Suggestion made by GAO.
- Cracking open the border. Keane, Angela Greiling // Journal of Commerce (15307557);10/23/2006, Vol. 7 Issue 43, p34
The article reports on the terms and condition set by the U.S. Department of Transportation for the opening of the border to Mexican trucks and drivers. Borders will be opened to Mexican trucks if they meet the same safety and regulatory standards imposed to their U.S. and Canadian counterparts...
- Waiting at the border? O'Hara, Debbra // New Mexico Business Journal;Nov2000, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p9
Reports that bureaucracy and ignorance keep New Mexico from expanding trade with Mexico. Businessmen who have expressed concerns about the effects of the failure to boost trade; Shortage of trade finance; Problems facing Mexican truck drivers crossing the state.
- Crossing the border? // Transportation & Distribution;May97, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p18
Reports that the International Brotherhood of Teamsters is urging President Clinton to continue to delay the trucking part of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Impact of inadequate inspections by customs and border authorities on entry of illegal drugs and unsafe trucks in the United...
- This time it's not about the trucks. Trunick, Perry A. // Logistics Today;Jun2004, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p54
Explains that the United States Supreme Court's decision on whether or not to permit Mexican trucks to have access to the United States beyond the border region will affect the logistics industry. North American Free Trade Agreement provisions; Ban on Mexican trucks put in place during the...