Motor Carrier Enforcement Programs (MCEP)

Motor Carrier Enforcement Programs (MCEP) works to promote safe and sustainable truck and coach operations on Manitoba's highways. This is accomplished through the efforts of Motor Carrier Enforcement Officers (MCEO ) deployed at eight fixed weigh stations, and across 16 highway patrol territories across the province.

MCEOs protect Manitoban's investment in infrastructure, such as roads and bridges, by monitoring industry compliance with weights and dimensions.

MCEP is the lead agency in Manitoba responsible for conducting Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) roadside inspections, which places unsafe vehicles and drivers out of service until the dangerous conditions are remedied.

MCEOs also ensure industry compliance in areas such as driver/vehicle licensing, vehicle fitness, cargo securement, hours of service, and transportation of dangerous goods legislation.

MCEOs are regularly engaged to participate in educational seminars and trade shows to assist industry in the understanding and application of the laws relating to road transport operations.

CVSA Inspection Reports