|Statement||by Robert E. Whiteside [and others.|
|Series||National Cooperative Highway Research Program. Report ;, 141, Report (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) ;, 141.|
|Contributions||Whiteside, Robert E.|
|LC Classifications||TE7 .N25 no. 141, HE336.E3 .N25 no. 141|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||73003241|
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Jul 01, · Changes to regulations on vehicle weights and dimensions: Safe, Productive and Infrastructure-Friendly vehicles. Amendments to Ontario Regulation /05, Vehicle Weights and Dimensions for Safe, Productive and Infrastructure-Friendly (SPIF) . Summary of Indiana Size and Weight Laws under TITLE 9 Article 20 the maximum legal weights, with load, allowed under the law can be The formula is used to calculate the maximum legal gross weight and axle weights allowed for a vehicle or combination of vehicles. Federal regulations that apply on major U.S. highways govern the weight and width of vehicles and the number of trailers that a power unit may eduevazquez.com regulations have important economic consequences because trucking accounts for four-fifths of expenditures on freight transportation in the United States, and trucking costs are influenced by truck size and weight. Legal Weights and Dimension Legal Length Informational Forms. OPER Maximum Legal Dimensions & Weights on state, federal, and local routes; Legal Weight Structures on marked or unmarked state maintained routes; Interactive Designated Truck Routes map on Getting Around Illinois - Additional maps are available under Trucking Resources.
FOREWORD By Stafr Trnncnortotion Research Board This report is recommended to transportation officials responsible for planning and implementation of highway programs, and federal and state legislators respon- sible for policy decisions on proposed legislation having an impact on legal vehicle weights and dimensions. The report contains information on the consequences of. (1) The requirements of this Division concerning vehicle weights and dimensions do not apply to a person who is driving or operating a commercial vehicle engaged in the construction of, and operating within the boundaries of, a highway construction project. (2) Section does not apply to a person who is driving or operating. to allow gross vehicle weights (GVW) of 80, pounds on the Interstate system and other designated highways. This weight is typically spread over five axles (including a three-axle tractor with a tandem-axle semi-trailer, making up the familiar "eighteen-wheeler"). . Vehicle weights and dimension changes were made on May 14, The amendments to the regulation increase the maximum allowable weight on Intermediate Weight Roads to 49, kg, and they permit the use of self-steer quad axle semitrailers on Schedule B routes.