Our objective was to assess the effectiveness of the U.S. Postal Service’s management of Highway Contract Routes (HCR) and Postal Vehicle Service (PVS) trips operating more than four hours late. The 2020 Annual Compliance Determination Report defines Postal Service trips that arrive more than four hours late as critically late trips (CLT). The Postal Service uses HCRs to transport mail and other products between plants and other designated stops for distances generally over 50 miles. PVS trips are internally operated by the Postal Service and are generally within a 50-mile radius of Postal Service facilities.
Monday, November 8, 2021
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