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USPS Headquarters delays rural route adjustments until after RRECS implementation

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As of today, we have successfully mapped over 97% of our rural routes in the new RRECS system. As we are working to implement RRECS with a mini mail survey in September, we are now at a point where we need to pause work on rural route adjustments and overburdened routes.

Every time we adjust a route, it will have to be sent to AMS to be adjusted and then remapped in RRECS. Since we are so close to implementation, we need to stop any adjustments now so we do not have anything interfere with the system.

If an adjustment has already been completed and submitted with a firm date, we will allow those routes to go through. We are also working on the routes impacted by Flat Sequencing System (FSS) discontinuance and Sorting and Delivery Center (S&DC) establishment.

Adjustment to those impacted routes will go through as well. No other routes are authorized to be changed or adjusted. Thank you for your continued support in RRECS implementation.

Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.

USPS Operations

USPS Headquarters

Rural Route Adjustments and Overburdened Routes

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