Cross-Border USMCA Coordination IntelliConference
Neither train tracks nor traffic (ideally) stops at borders. The USMCA countries are each other’s major trading partners and share common rail technologies and operating practices, to a point.
How can constituent country’s rules and intentions for safety, commerce, and prosperity be respected and harmonized for robust traffic flow?
- What are the challenges of railroading across borders in North America?
- How can we integrate the rule-making and regulatory bodies in Canada, Mexico, and the United States to maximize the intelligence and integration of rules across the system?
- What relevant agencies, associations, and companies in each country want to collaborate with the North American Freight Forum to inform the multinational focus?