CCMTA Highlights Consistent Approach to Interactions with Truck Enforcement Officials

Truck drivers and other essential workers in the transportation industry continue the battle against COVID-19 by ensuring the delivery crucial goods to Canadians.

As drivers continue to roll, so too are truck enforcement officials who remain on the job in the critical role of overseeing the safe operation of our industry.

In the course of those duties, enforcement officials are taking a series of precautions to protect both themselves and truck drivers during those interactions.

To ensure a consistent understanding on how interaction between enforcement and the trucking industry is taking place, CTA requested the Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA) work with provincial and territorial enforcement agencies to compile a list of actions. For complete details of the CCMTA efforts, please click here: Jurisdictional Enforcement Interactions_public

“CTA appreciates the continued cooperation and partnership with CCMTA and the provincial and territorial jurisdictions on this issue and many other compliance-related solutions since the emergence of COVID-19,” said Geoff Wood, Senior VP Policy.

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