The Indiana Department of Transportation and the Indiana Department of Revenue have officially made a decision on some changes to their oversize/overweight permitting program effective Monday, July 16, 2018.

The state had proposed some major changes to steer/axle, permit times for loads over 134,000 pounds and bridge fee changes, and after some talks regarding changes with the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) and other industry groups, the state is moving forward.

Changes by INDOT include:

  • Vehicles weighing 350,000 pounds or more will no longer be eligible for 30-day route preapprovals
  • Steer/front axle may not exceed 20,000 pounds GAW
  • All other axles may not exceed 24,000 pounds GAW
  • Bridge engineering analysis currently required for vehicles weighing 200,000 pounds or more, will now be required for vehicles weighing more than 134,000 pounds
  • Self-propelled equipment may not exceed these axles weights and all permit applications for self-propelled equipment will receive a full bridge analysis and may need to make route and other modifications

The SC&RA had advocated for these changes to be postponed for up to six months.

Click here for more information on the state’s oversize/overweight vehicle permitting program update. 

The state also provided the following example of permitting costs for a 134,000-pound GVW vehicle :

Route: Indianapolis to the Illinois State Line, using 1-465N from exit 42 to I-74W to Illinois.

Length = 100 miles

Number of bridges crossed = 38

Permit fees for 134,000lb GVW and greater:

= $20 base fee + $10 administrative fee + $25 design review fee + $10/bridge crossed + $0.60/mile traveled

Example = $20 + $10 + $25 + 38 bridges ($10) + 100 miles ($0.60) = $495.00

Permit fees for 200,000lb GVW and greater:

= $20 base fee + $10 administrative fee + $25 design review fee + $10/bridge crossed + $1.00/mile traveled

Example = $20 + $10 + $25 + 38 bridges ($10) + 100 miles ($1.00) = $535.00

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As always, everyone here at WCS Permits & Pilot Cars is ready to help you! If you have any questions, please feel to Contact Us Online now or call us at (888) 737-6483 to reach our customer service department. One of our experienced transportation agents can help you with any needs and questions that you may have or direct you to the expert who can.

The Indiana Department of Transportation and the Indiana Department of Revenue are notifying motor carriers of a change to their oversize/overweight permitting program effective Monday, July 16, 2018.

Last month, The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) confirmed some proposed changes to the state’s oversize/overweight permitting policy would possibly be postponed, but this confirms changes will be made.

According to the state’s memo, the following changes will apply:

  • Bridge engineering analysis, currently required for vehicles weighing 200,000 pounds or more, will now be required for vehicles weighing more than 134,000 pounds. According to the state, this change is based on research from Purdue University as well as guidance from the Federal Highway Administration. This change includes an additional bridge fee
  • The state will hold all permitted overweight vehicles in compliance with the requirements of 105 IAC 10-3-3, which have existed since 2014. THe following allowances to existing policies for overweight permits will be implemented
    • Steer/front axle may not exceed 20,000 pounds GAW
    • All other axles may not exceed 24,000 pounds GAW
    • Self-propelled equipment may exceed these axles weights; all permit applications for self-propelled equipment will receive a full bridge analysis and may need to make route and other modifications, and all permitting bridge review fees apply

The permitting process will remain the same for vehicles with GVW 200,000 pounds or more, with the exception that vehicles weighing 350,000 pounds or more will no longer be eligible for 30-day route preapprovals. The permit process will also remain the same for vehicles weighing less than 134,000 pounds (other than self-propelled equipment).

The SC&RA had advocated for these changes to be postponed for up to six months, however the state hopes these limits will protect infrastructure while allowing the necessary movement of overweight vehicles.

Click here for more information on the state’s oversize/overweight vehicle permitting program update. 

The state also provided the following example of permitting costs for a 134,000-pound GVW vehicle :

Route: Indianapolis to the Illinois State Line, using 1-465N from exit 42 to I-74W to Illinois.

Length = 100 miles

Number of bridges crossed = 38

Permit fees for 134,000lb GVW and greater:

= $20 base fee + $10 administrative fee + $25 design review fee + $10/bridge crossed + $0.60/mile traveled

Example = $20 + $10 + $25 + 38 bridges ($10) + 100 miles ($0.60) = $495.00

Permit fees for 200,000lb GVW and greater:

= $20 base fee + $10 administrative fee + $25 design review fee + $10/bridge crossed + $1.00/mile traveled

Example = $20 + $10 + $25 + 38 bridges ($10) + 100 miles ($1.00) = $535.00

The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) confirmed some proposed changes to the state of Indiana’s oversize/overweight permitting policy have been postponed, which the association sees as a positive move for all. IN Oversize/Overweight Permitting Policy Changes Postponed

The Indiana Department of Transportation (DOT) released changes to be effective this month (June 2018), but according to the SC&RA they did receive confirmation, verbally, that the changes will be postponed for at least 6 months.

The state DOT’s proposed changes included:

  • Bridge analysis for vehicles weighing 134,000 pounds or more, including changes to permit applications and added time for permit approval to allow for bridge engineering analysis. This proposed change also included an additional $10 per bridge engineering analysis fee.
  • Axle weight limits and other configuration requirements for permitted vehicles, which the state would not issue permits for vehicles exceeding axle and tire weight limits in 105 IAC 10-3-3. The limits included:
    • Front axle of the truck or tractor power unit: 17,600 pounds gross axle weight (GAW) or 800 pounds per inch of tire width measured at the flanges (whichever is less)
    • All other axles: 20,000 pounds GAW
    • If the permitted vehicle will operate solely on interstate highways, U.S. highways or other lane state systems, such as 2-lane highways if necessary to reach these highways or the permitted destination, one tandem group may have a GAW up to 48,000 pounds (2 axles each with a GAW up to 24,000 pounds).

Click here for more information on the state’s oversize/overweight vehicle permitting program update. 

SC&RA said their conversation with the IN DOR (Department of Revenue) – which houses the permit issuing office – Chief Operating Officer was a positive one in which the COO was understanding of the organization’s concerns for its members and how these changes could affect them.

The IN DOT houses the bridge engineering staff that would be involved in bridge analysis should these proposed changes become a reality.

At this point, there is no approved reversal of some or all of the proposed changes, but the SC&RA has helped buy some time in which the state can review and potentially reverse what is being proposed, with the help of Indiana State Senator Brian Buchanan and Indiana Trucking Association’s Gary Langston.

WCS Permits Can Help

As always, everyone here at WCS Permits & Pilot Cars is ready to help you! If you have any questions, please feel to Contact Us Online now or call us at (888) 737-6483 to reach our customer service department. One of our experienced transportation agents can help you with any needs and questions that you may have or direct you to the expert who can.

Tennessee’s Department of Transportation’s TOOPS online permit program went offline on 5/24, leaving customers without the ability to obtain an oversize/overweight permit for a period of up to 6 days while the state implements its new oversize load permit system, TNTRIPS.

The state reached out to WCS Permits and its staff to test the new online permitting system, and although delays are expected, WCS’ 60 plus transportation agents are ready to assist during the transition.

The system is not live yet, but it is expected to be no later than Wednesday, May 30.

The state announced the change to the public via a message posted upon logging into the online permitting system, TOOPS, although it worked with WCS so they were aware, briefed and eventually trained on the new system. At that time, they also let people know the specifics of the migration and the need to upgrade to a smarter and more efficient online permit order and tracking system.

Anyone with a direct account with the state and access to the TOOPS system will have to wait until the new system is live on or before Wednesday, 5/30 to process and order new permits – either single trip permits or annual permits. During the migration, no permits can be submitted, purchased or viewed.

What Can be Expected with the New TNTRIPS?

The biggest change noted with the migration to TNTRIPS is that additional documents can be attached to permit applications as needed, such as route surveys, THP Request forms and Certificates of Insurance. Also, insurance will be required within the first 30 days once the new system is live. The permit office said additionally that they hope the new system improved the overall permitting process, with extra staff on hand the first 2 weeks for help during the transition.

It is reminded that all company information will be migrated from TOOPS to TNTRIPS, and any active single trip permits and annual permits will be migrated to TNTRIPS. Any questions or issues from customers will be handled by WCS Permits staff.

WCS Permits Can Help

As always, everyone at WCS Permits & Pilot Cars is ready to help you! If you have any questions, please feel to Contact WCS Online now or call WCS at (888) 737-6483 to reach our customer service department. One of WCS’ experienced transportation agents can help you with any needs and questions that you may have or direct you to the expert who can.

 

 

Ohio state Department of Transportation (DOT) officials released preliminary warnings about an upcoming oversize load travel restriction at the Ohio/Kentucky border beginning in June.

Restrictions will be in place beginning June 11 through December 12, 2019.

Entering Ohio from Kentucky will have the following restriction:

  • 10’ wide
  • 75’ overall length
  • 120,000 lbs.

Traveling from Ohio into Kentucky will also have a weight restriction of 120,000 lbs. No dimensions will be restricted, however.

The state has not released too many details on the reason for these restrictions, other than that they are construction related. The state anticipates it will publish more info on its website as the restriction start date gets closer.

WCS Permits Can Help

As always, everyone here at WCS Permits & Pilot Cars is here to help you! If you have any questions, please feel to Contact Us Online now or call us at (888) 737-6483 to reach our customer service department. One of our experienced transportation agents can help you with any needs and questions that you may have or direct you to the expert who can.

Tennessee’s Department of Transportation’s TOOPS online permit program will leave customers without the ability to obtain an oversize/overweight permit for up to 6 days. TN to Experience Permit Issuance Outage Until 5/30 at the Latest

The state DOT has a message posted upon logging into the online permitting system, TOOPS, which states:

“Notice Of Extend Permit Issuance Outage Effective at the close of business on 5/24/18 through 5/30/18 TDOT will take TOOPS off-line to begin the implementation of a new permit system. You will not have access to enter permits and we will not have access to process permits. We will open for issuance of permits on 5/30/18 at the latest.”

Anyone with an account with the state and access to the TOOPS system will have to wait until the new system is live on or before Wednesday, 5/30 to process and order new permits – either single trip permits or annual permits. During the migration, no permits can be submitted, purchased or viewed.

The downtime will allow the Tennessee Overweight & Oversize Office to migrate from the current TOOPS system to a new system, TNTRIPS. The state overweight/over-dimensional permit office released a memo noting a few things which can be done to plan for the outage and a few answers to some common questions:

  • Plan ahead – download all permits and apply early for any permits needed
  • There are no exceptions and NO permits will be issued during this time
  • All company information will be migrated from TOOPS to TNTRIPS
  • Active single trip permits and annual permits will be migrated to TNTRIPS

What Can be Expected with the New, TNTRIPS?

The biggest changed noted with the migration to TNTRIPS is that additional documents can be attached to permit applications as needed, such as route surveys, THP Request forms and Certificates of Insurance. Also, insurance will be required within the first 30 days once the new system is live. The permit office said additionally that they hope the new system improved the overall permitting process, with extra staff on hand the first 2 weeks for help during the transition.

 

 

The California DOT (Caltrans) released a memorandum on Monday, April 16 stating California Annual Permit holders can now legally display the weekly short term restrictions on an electronic device. CA Weekly Short-Term Restrictions Can be Displayed Electronically

That means, any driver in the state operating under an Annual Transportation Permit can carry and display the Weekly Short-term Restrictions Update for Annual Permit Holders (Weekly Restrictions) in either printed or electronic form. Either version must be legible and contain no alterations.

Previously, the state of California required these restrictions to be printed each week as part of their legal CA Annual Permit.  But now, drivers can display the electronic document to any commercial vehicle law enforcement on an acceptable electronic device, including a laptop, tablet or smartphone. The California Highway Patrol will provide requirements for acceptable electronic devices, according to Caltrans.

This marks a move in the direction of technology as drivers are utilizing those devices while on the road more and more, and moving away from paperwork, especially with the recent ELD Mandate enforcement, although this only applies to weekly restrictions. All other permit accompaniments must be printed and in the driver’s immediate possession.

If You Have Any Questions

You can contact the Caltrans Transportation Permits office at (916) 322-1297, or view the Electronic Carry and Display: Annual Permit – Weekly Short-term Restrictions.

 

Effective Friday, March 23 at 6:00 a.m., weight restrictions will be lifted in Michigan.

The Michigan Department of Transportation (DOT) office released their Spring weight restrictions update, including the following:

  • From the southern Michigan border north to and including M-43 in Van Buren County east to I-69/I-96 in Eaton County (on the West side of Lansing)
  • Then north on I-69/I-96 in Eaton County and continuing on I-69 east to Port Huron, St. Clair County.
  • Frost restrictions are still in effect for the remainder of the state and will be imposed and enforced on all state trunkline highways north of the M-43, I-69 line.

More Changes Taking Effect

Additional changes to note, also effective Friday, March 23 at 6 a.m.

  • On routes designated as “All Season Routes” (green or gold on the MDOT Truck Operators Map) there will be no reduction in legal axle weight.
  • On routes designated as “Seasonal” (solid or dashed red on the MDOT Truck Operators Map) there will be a weight reduction of 25% for rigid pavements and 35% for flexible pavements.
  • Extended permits will be valid for oversize only in the weight restricted area.
  • Single trip permits will not be issued for overweight loads or loads exceeding 14 feet in width, 11 axles and 150 feet in overall length in the weight restricted area.

If You Have Any Questions

Weight restriction information and updates may be obtained by calling 1-800-787-8960. For companies located in Canada or New Jersey, information may be obtained by calling 517-373-6256. Detailed Weight Restriction information may be obtained by linking to www.michigan.gov/truckers.

The following load restrictions have been updated by the North Dakota Department of Transportation (DOT).

I 94B – Mile Pt. 900.000 to 903.448 (I94 Connection to East Medora)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

I 94B – Mile Pt. 903.603 to 908.765

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

I 94B – Mile Pt. 908.791 to 920.474

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

I 194 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 1.072 (Junction Interstate 94 Exit 156-Mandan to Junction Interstate 94 Business Route-Mandan)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

US 12 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 87.470 (Montana State Line to South Dakota State Line)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

US 83N – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 65.934 (South Dakota State Line to Junction Interstate 94 and North Dakota 14)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

US 83N – Mile Pt. 89.466 to 147.556 (0.5 mi. North of Junction Interstate 94 and US 83 Spur and North Da to Junction North Dakota 200 West)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

US 83S – Mile Pt. 89.466 to 147.556 (0.5 mi. North of Junction Interstate 94 and US 83 Spur and North Da to Junction North Dakota 200 West)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

US 85N – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 112.880 (South Dakota State Line to 5.2 mi. North of Junction North Dakota 200 East)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 3 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 85.111 (South Dakota State Line to Interstate 94-Dawson)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 3 – Mile Pt. 93.053 to 136.278 (Junction Interstate 94-Steele to Junction North Dakota 200 East-Hurdsfield)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 6 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 11.500 (South Dakota State Line to 0.5 mi. South of Selfridge)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 6 – Mile Pt. 11.500 to 34.851 (0.5 mi. South of Selfridge to Junction North Dakota 24 South-Breien)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 6 – Mile Pt. 34.851 to 42.149 (Junction North Dakota 24 South-Breien to Junction North Dakota 21 West)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 6 – Mile Pt. 42.149 to 67.413 (Junction North Dakota 21 West to Junction Interstate 94 Business Route-Mandan)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 8 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 4.035 (South Dakota State Line to West Junction US 12-Hettinger)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 8 – Mile Pt. 12.119 to 45.583 (East Junction US 12 to Junction North Dakota 21 East-Mott)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 8 – Mile Pt. 45.583 to 82.391 (Junction North Dakota 21 East-Mott to 2.1 mi. North of Junction Interstate 94-Richardton)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 8 – Mile Pt. 82.391 to 112.215 (2.1 mi. North of Junction Interstate 94-Richardton to Junction North Dakota 200 East)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 8 – Mile Pt. 113.807 to 114.994 (Junction North Dakota 200 West-Halliday to 1.2 mi. North of Junction North Dakota 200 West-Halliday)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 8 – Mile Pt. 114.994 to 132.120 (1.2 mi. North of Junction North Dakota 200 West-Halliday to North of Twin Buttes)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 8 – Mile Pt. 203.888 to 211.321 (West Junction US 52 and North Dakota 5 to US Customs and Canadian International Border)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 11 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 3.000 (Junction US 83 to Hague)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 11 – Mile Pt. 3.000 to 26.774 (Hague to Junction North Dakota 3 North)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 11 – Mile Pt. 35.157 to 77.830 (Junction North Dakota 3 South-Ashley to Junction US 281 South-Ellendale)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 13E – Mile Pt. 186.082 to 198.984 (Junction North Dakota 1804 to Junction US 83 North-Linton)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 13E – Mile Pt. 200.000 to 222.622 (Junction US 83 South-Linton to Junction North Dakota 3 North)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 13E – Mile Pt. 232.510 to 278.119 (Junction North Dakota 3 South-Wishek to Junction US 281-Edgeley)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 14 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 45.777 (Junction Interstate 94 and US 83 South to Junction North Dakota 200-Denhoff)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 16 – Mile Pt. 60.000 to 74.000 (South of Golva to 2.9 mi. South of Junction Interstate 94-Beach)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 16 – Mile Pt. 74.000 to 77.096 (2.9 mi. South of Junction Interstate 94-Beach to 0.2 mi. North of Junction Interstate 94-Beach)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 16 – Mile Pt. 77.096 to 95.658 (0.2 mi. North of Jct I94-Beach to Hollers)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 5 Ton

 

ND 16 – Mile Pt. 95.658 to 137.915 (Hollers to Junction North Dakota 68)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 21 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 15.775 (Junction US 85 to Junction North Dakota 22 North-New England)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 21 – Mile Pt. 23.830 to 44.868 (Junction North Dakota 22 South to Junction North Dakota 8 South)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 21 – Mile Pt. 52.635 to 122.384 (Junction North Dakota 8 North-Mott to Junction North Dakota 6)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 22 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 11.929 (South Dakota State Line to West Junction US 12-Reeder)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 22 – Mile Pt. 16.186 to 78.000

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 22 – Mile Pt. 71.926 to 104.534

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 22 – Mile Pt. 105.710 to 141.099 (Jct ND 200 to Junction North Dakota 73)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 22B – Mile Pt. 920.000 to 927.751 (Jct I94 to Jct Hwy 22)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 22B – Mile Pt. 940.466 to 945.518 (Jct ND 200-Killdeer to Jct ND 22)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 24 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 29.914 (Junction North Dakota 6 to Junction North Dakota 1806)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 24 – Mile Pt. 29.914 to 45.046 (Junction North Dakota 1806 to Junction North Dakota 6)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 25 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 34.758 (Junction Interstate 94 to Junction North Dakota 31-Hannover)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 30 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 42.426 (Junction North Dakota 13-Lehr to Junction Interstate 94)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 31 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 35.257 (South Dakota State Line to Junction North Dakota 21)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 31 – Mile Pt. 78.257 to 108.650 (Junction Interstate 94-New Salem to Junction North Dakota 200 A West)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 31 – Mile Pt. 110.517 to 112.195 (Junction North Dakota 200 A East to Stanton)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 34 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 27.000 (Junction US 83-Hazelton to 0.9 mi. East of Junction North Dakota 3-Napoleon)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 34 – Mile Pt. 27.000 to 45.208 (0.9 mi. East of Junction North Dakota 3-Napoleon to Junction North Dakota 30 South)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 34 – Mile Pt. 45.954 to 56.932 (Junction North Dakota 30 North to Junction North Dakota 56)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 36 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 23.907 (Junction US 83-Wilton to Junction North Dakota 14-Wing)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 36 – Mile Pt. 23.907 to 35.465 (Junction North Dakota 14-Wing to 3.5 mi. West of Junction North Dakota 3-Tuttle)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 36 – Mile Pt. 35.465 to 48.116 (3.5 mi. West of Junction North Dakota 3-Tuttle to 0.1 mi. East of Robinson)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 36 – Mile Pt. 48.116 to 90.344 (0.1 mi. East of Robinson to Junction US 52 and 281-Pingree)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 40 – Mile Pt. 56.077 to 63.450 (Junction North Dakota 5 East-Noonan to US Customs and Canadian International Border)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 41 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 24.995 (Jct US 83 to Jct US 83)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 41 – Mile Pt. 32.995 to 35.356 (Junction North Dakota 200 West to 0.4 mi. North of Turtle Lake)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 46 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 30.656 (Junction North Dakota 30 to Junction US 281)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 48 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 9.261 (Junction North Dakota 25-Center to Junction North Dakota 200A)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 49 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 29.762 (South Dakota State Line to Junction North Dakota 21 West-New Leipzig)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 49 – Mile Pt. 36.331 to 67.710 (Junction North Dakota 21 East-Elgin to 0.3 mi. South of Glen Ullin)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 49 – Mile Pt. 67.710 to 104.407 (0.3 mi. South of Glen Ullin to Junction North Dakota 200)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 50 – Mile Pt. 20.850 to 53.378 (0.5 mi. East of Junction US 85 to 1 mi. West of Junction North Dakota 40 South)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 56 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 19.270 (Junction North Dakota 11 to 1 mi. South of Junction North Dakota 13 East-Kulm)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 56 – Mile Pt. 27.288 to 30.000 (Junction North Dakota 13 West-Fredonia to 2.7 mi. North of Junction North Dakota 13 West-Fredonia)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 56 – Mile Pt. 30.000 to 50.203 (2.7 mi. North of Junction North Dakota 13 West-Fredonia to Junction North Dakota 46-Gackle)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 67 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 2.000 (Junction US 12-Scranton to 2 mi. North of Junction US 12-Scranton)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 67 – Mile Pt. 2.000 to 27.466 (2 mi. North of Junction US 12-Scranton to Junction North Dakota 21)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 73 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 11.332 (Junction North Dakota 23 to Junction North Dakota 22)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 7 Ton

 

ND 89 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 1.309 (Lignite to Junction North Dakota 5)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 200 – Mile Pt. 75.083 to 117.262 (Junction US 85 South to Jct Hwy 8)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 200 – Mile Pt. 117.262 to 143.511 (Jct Hwy 8 to Jct Hwy 49)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 200 – Mile Pt. 143.511 to 188.892 (Junction North Dakota 49 to Junction US 83 and North Dakota 1804 North)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 200 – Mile Pt. 192.873 to 252.062 (Junction US 83 and North Dakota 1804 South-Underwo to Junction North Dakota 3 South)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 200A – Mile Pt. 900.000 to 925.654

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 200A – Mile Pt. 925.654 to 936.383

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 810 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 1.462 (Junction Interstate 94 Business and Interstate 194 to 1.3 mi. West of Junction US 83 Business South-Bismarck)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 72.193 (South Dakota State Line to 6 mi. South of Junction US 83 Business and North Dakota 810-Bisma)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 72.193 to 75.800 (6 mi. South of Junction US 83 Business and North Dakota 810-Bisma to 2.8 mi. South of Junction US 83 Business and North Dakota 810-Bisma)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 72.193 to 75.800

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 82.973 to 87.165 (Junction US 83 North to 4.2 mi. North of Junction US 83 North)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 87.165 to 113.383 (4.2 mi. North of Junction US 83 North to Junction US 83 South)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 0.000 to 72.193 (South Dakota State Line to 6 mi. South of Junction US 83 Business and North Dakota 810-Bisma)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 72.193 to 75.800 (6 mi. South of Junction US 83 Business and North Dakota 810-Bisma to 2.8 mi. South of Junction US 83 Business and North Dakota 810-Bisma)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 72.193 to 75.800

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: by Legal Weight

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 82.973 to 87.165 (Junction US 83 North to 4.2 mi. North of Junction US 83 North)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

ND 1804 – Mile Pt. 87.165 to 113.383 (4.2 mi. North of Junction US 83 North to Junction US 83 South)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 1806 – Mile Pt. 140.000 to 181.918 (Junction North Dakota 200 to Junction North Dakota 8)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 6 Ton

 

ND 1806 – Mile Pt. 266.000 to 274.208 (Junction North Dakota 23 to One hundred-fifth Avenue)

03/19/2018 12:03 PM CDT

Restriction In Effect: 8 Ton

 

The Minnesota Department of Transportation released the ending date for Winter load increases and the starting date for Spring load restrictions in the North-Central and North frost zones.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at 12:01 a.m. is the ending date for Winter load increases, as well as the starting date for Spring load restrictions in the North-Central frost zone.

Thursday, March 22 at 12:01 a.m. is the start date for Spring load restrictions in the North frost zone, while Winter load increases have ended and Spring load restrictions have begun in all other frost zones.

Overweight Permits

Oversize load permits for over 80,000-pounds will continue and new permits will be issued if axle and group weights are legal.

  • Up to full-summer overweight permits can be issued as well during the Spring load restriction period only on interstate through movements.
  • Middle-range overweight permits become available within each frost zone when Spring load restrictions are lifted.
  • Full-summer overweight permits become available within each frost zone starting two to three weeks after Spring load restrictions are lifted.

If You Have Any Questions

For questions about over legal weight/size “heavy haul” trucking call 651.405.6196 (select Option 3, Option 3).

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