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- Routes seen as roads to riches – By Mark Babineck / Houston Chronicle
- La Entrada Truck Corridor would blast through tiny downtown Marfa & Historic Alpine – Texas Sierra Club
- Tourists Not Trucks – Texas Sierra Club
- Just Say No! – Texas Trifles
- Diesel Pollution in Texas – Public Citizen – Diesel pollution poses a serious threat to the health of Texans, particularly in urban areas where a substantial portion of toxic particulate pollution (soot) and ozone forming pollution comes from diesel engines.
- Trucking program will allow Mexican trucks greater U.S. access – MarfaTX – pilot program that will allow Mexican cargo trucks to travel beyond the 25-mile border zone will commence in about 60 days. Tractor trailers from Mexico have long been allowed back and forth across the border, but since 1982, Mexican trucks were limited to a narrow strip along the border. In this pilot program, U.S. personnel from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will go into Mexico to inspect and audit the fleets, drivers and files of 100 Mexican trucking companies. After the initial investigation is done, the trucking companies will be allowed to send Mexican trucks beyond the border zone and back.
- Emissions Study Mexican Trucks Crossing International Bridges
- 'La Entrada' truck traffic meeting March 13 in Alpine
- Citizens turn out to protest 'La Entrada'
- Border Hotline News – Mexican truck traffic increase scare hyped – Linda Bailey Potter 25.MAR.07 ALPINE – The one issue that has come out of TxDOT's La Entrada meetings this past few weeks is what are “we” going to do with all the anticipated increase in Mexican truck traffic. The area of concern of course is the Presidio Port-of-Entry and news that Mexican trucks will be able to travel the United States carta Blanc in less than 60 days. (more)
- La Entrada is more than just trade; it’s about the future – Odessa American
- DEA Report, 2003 Statement of Sandalio Gonzalez Special Agent in Charge El Paso Division Drug Enforcement Administration Before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, and Human Resources – April 15, 2003
- La Entreda in Midland – The mission of the La Entrada al Pacifico, the corridor to the Pacific, is to create economic opportunities for the Permian Basin by improving transportation infrastructure and the forging strong partnerships with Mexico
- Highway and Trucking Statistics
- La Entrada corridor projects get congressional and state support
- TxDOT revises "Reliever" route