(AP) Truckers who live and work near the U.N.-designated Mexican border say they’re moving to the border after President Donald Trump ordered the construction of a new border wall.
The Trump administration said it’s starting work on a 1,000-mile long wall on the U,T.M. border, which was initially planned as a $1.6 billion project that would have stretched from Texas to Arizona.
But the Trump administration has now said it wants to start construction on a new fence that could cost billions.
The new border fence, expected to be completed by March, would have a 1-mile-high fence, similar to the one Mexico built in 2009.
The new fence will likely require millions of dollars to build, and the Trump Administration has also said the wall is not a security barrier.
The U.T.C.T., or U.
Tx., is the trade name for the International Transportation and Transportation Security Tx. program.
The program is a joint effort between the U-T.S.
T and the Department of Homeland Security.
Truckers are expected to begin moving to a new U-Mexico border at the end of February, said Brian J. Hagan, president and chief executive officer of the International Transport and Transportation Safety Tx Partnership, a trade group that represents trucking companies and other U.TA.
The truckers who have signed up for the program say they are thrilled with the news.
They’ve been in Arizona for two months and are thrilled that it’s finally going to happen.
But it does get a little bit confusing, said Hagan.
The U-Tx program was supposed to be a temporary program that would allow companies to get a temporary permit to operate a truck on the border.
The temporary permits are needed to keep a truck running and to allow other U-TA employees to use their vehicles to transport goods.
It’s really a blessing to have a temporary U-TX permit, said Joe Ochs, vice president for operations for the UTA Transportation Center in Tucson.
There are other benefits to having the permit, such as paying for gas, but having the temporary permit allows the truckers to go from one state to another.
“You’ve got to get in a truck, put it on the truck and go from state to state and get to the other side,” said Och’s wife, Cindy.
Cindy Och is an independent contractor who has been driving trucks to Arizona from her home in Phoenix since she was 15 years old.
She said she’s been driving for two years, and her husband has worked for the company for five.
“We’re getting ready to move out,” said Cindy Och.
She said she plans to use the truck to haul supplies and people.
She plans to drive through Phoenix, and then she plans on taking a bus to Los Angeles.
She’s also planning to bring a car, but the truck is her main source of income.
Her family is planning to be moving out of Phoenix, too, but she’s going to be working part time and will take the bus from Phoenix to Los Vegas, where she plans be working as a driver.
She’s planning to make it to Arizona and to Arizona first, and she’s not going to leave Arizona until she’s ready to leave her family behind, said Cindy.
Hagan said the UT program is the reason why many truckers want to leave.
He said the program is very popular with the UTx drivers.
He expects it will help to attract more U-Tex drivers.
Cadillac and Hertz have been working with the Transportation Security Administration to help U-Texas drivers get permits to work, said Greg Miller, spokesman for the Transportation Secretary.
Miller said Hertz has received about a dozen U-Temps in the past three years.
He did not say how many of those drivers were U-Telers.
A spokesman for Hertz did not immediately return a call seeking comment.
The company is trying to reach out to the truck drivers.
Hudson’s truck has been used in the last few months to haul packages to Mexico.
She says she will be moving back to Arizona to work at a company that supplies shipping containers.