Fifth Mexico carrier passes PASA for cross-border project
Fletes Morales had one truck and one driver that was approved during the pre-authorization audit. (Associated Press)
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WASHINGTON — The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is poised to grant operating authority to a fifth Mexico-domiciled carrier that wants to participate in the cross-border demonstration project.
The agency Wednesday will place a notice in the Federal Register saying that Jose Guadalupe Morales Guevara DBA Fletes Morales of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, has passed the Pre-Authority Safety Audit (PASA) and allowing a 10-day period for public comment on the carrier’s application and information contained in the PASA.
The FMCSA said it has approved one truck and one driver to participate in the pilot project.
If Fletes Morales is granted authority, five trucks and five drivers would be participating.
To date, there have been 62 border crossings.
Baja Express has the most with 28 followed by Transportes Olympic with 26.
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