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«Legal Notice This SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual is intended only to provide concise, easily read information, useful in planning movements of ...»

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Oversize movements are generally restricted to daylight hours. In addition, no moves are allowed weekdays in urban areas during peak traffic hours: 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Movement is not generally allowed during hours of darkness (one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise), or whenever smoke, fog or other atmospheric conditions impair visibility for a distance of 1,000 feet.

The hours between one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise are not considered hours of darkness where natural light renders clear visibility for a distance of 1,000 feet.

During the time period from November 11 through January 31 vehicles or vehicles with loads that are OVERSIZE and moving north of the Arctic Circle (MP 115.3) on the Dalton Highway MUST MEET

ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIED ON ATTACHMENT HD: HOURS OF DARKNESS OR

HAVE AN APPROVED LIGHTING PLAN.

Some urban area have travel restrictions which will be stated on the permit.

All overwidth movements: Are restricted to daylight hours only, unless equipped with proper lighting and retroreflective tape, are subject to weekend and holiday restrictions as noted on the face of the permit and are subject to peak traffic restrictions in areas and times as specified on face of the permit.

All oversize movements where the dimensions exceed 10’6” wide, 16 feet high, and 85 feet in overall length, are prohibited after noon on Saturday and all day Sunday.

During the period from October 1 to April 15 normal weekend restrictions (no movement after 12:00 noon on Saturday or anytime on Sunday) for vehicles with loads over 10’6” in width, front overhangs greater than ten feet (10’), rear overhangs greater than four feet (4’), overall lengths greater than 85’, and heights greater than 17’ DO NOT APPLY NORTH OR EAST OF THE

FOX WEIGH STATION ON THE STEESE, ELLIOTT, OR DALTON HIGHWAYS.

Southbound movements originating north or east of the Fox Weigh Station may continue to a destination within the Fairbanks urban area (the area inside the boundaries described by the Ester Weigh Station on the south, the Parks Highway-Sheep Creek Road-Goldstream Road-Steese Highway connection on the west, the Fox Weigh Station on the north and the Badger Road Interchange on the east.).

Northbound movements originating in the Fairbanks urban area and proceeding to a destination north or east of the Fox Weigh Station may start their moves.

Vehicles or vehicles with loads exceeding the aforementioned dimensions are PROHIBITED from making cross town movements for deliveries or pick up loads within the Fairbanks urban area.

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Sunday or Monday Holiday For holidays occurring on a Sunday or Monday, movement is restricted from noon (12:00 PM) the previous Friday until midnight (12:00 AM) on Monday.

Friday or Saturday Holiday For holidays occurring on a Friday or Saturday, movement is restricted from noon (12:00 PM) Thursday until midnight (12:00 AM) on Sunday.

Inclement Weather - Travel shall be halted during inclement weather conditions such as icy conditions, during periods of high winds or other adverse weather.

Permit Information Required — USDOT number, if applicable. Name of carrier or individual performing the move.

The name of company or individual paying for the permit.

A contact name to answer questions about the requested move.

The mailing address for billing purposes or assigned account number for those with monthly billing statements.

The telephone number of the contact person and at the billing location if different.

The fax number or email address at the location the permit is to be sent to.

The tractor or transport vehicle and/or trailer license numbers or equipment serial number, if being roaded on its own axles.

The date requested to move.

A complete description of the equipment or load including make and model with attachments such as blade, boom, bucket, counterweights, forks, outriggers, ripper, etc. Loads such as beams, logs, pipe, trusses, etc. should always include length or size, number, material type or other terms to more clearly describe what is being moved. Mixed loads such as building supplies or construction materials must also clearly indicate what is overdimensional and the manner in which it is loaded in order to verify whether or not it is a non-divisible load and can be permitted.

The origin (starting point) and destination of move.

The route of the move is required on all overweight permits and all moves over 14 feet (14’) in width, or over 16’6” in height, or over 150’ in length.

The overall width at the widest point including eaves on buildings.

The overall length of the configuration, including overhangs.

The overall length and type of the semi-trailer or trailer.

The length of any front or rear overhangs beyond legal dimensions.

The overall height at the highest point when on the road.

Overweight permits require the following additional information:

The number of axles and axle groupings.

The overall wheelbase as measured from the center of the steering (first) axle to the center of the last axle in the configuration in feet and inches.





The spacing between each individual axle in the configuration as measured in feet and inches from center to center of each axle.

How much weight is on each axle and/or axle group in the configuration.

The number of tires on each axle and the nominal tread width (tire size, as stated on the tire) of all the tires.

TYPES OF PERMITS

Three (3) types of permits are issued by the Commercial Vehicle Customer Service Center (CVCSC). These are the OVERSIZE permit, the OVERWEIGHT permit, and the OVERSIZE/OVERWEIGHT permit.

OVERSIZE permits. An oversize permit is issued for any vehicle or any vehicle or vehicle with a trailer and a load that exceeds legal dimensions by size only.

OVERWEIGHT permits. An overweight permit is issued for any vehicle or vehicle with a trailer and a load that does not exceed legal dimensions for size but does exceed legal axle weights.

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Permit Time Periods:

Single-Trip: Permits will be issued as a single move from an origin (starting point) to a destination for a three (3) day time period. In counting days, the time period is inclusive, except for Sundays and designated holiday periods.

Extended Period Permits: A permit which falls within certain parameters for size and weight may be issued for longer periods of time than a single trip permit. These permits are usually issued in thirty (30), (90), (180), (270), (365) day increments of time. An annual or 12-month time period is the longest period of time for which a permit will be issued. These permits can only be renewed by request from the permittee.

Multiple Move Permits: A permit may be issued for multiple moves that consist of the same load and the same vehicle or vehicle with trailer traveling from the same origin to the same destination. The number of moves must be exact as there will not be a refund for any unused portion of the permit.

Canceling Permits: A single move or multiple move permit may be canceled if no movement has taken place and the CVCSC is notified prior to the expiration date on the permit. An extended period permit may not be canceled. A cancelation fee will be charged.

Dates: A single move or multiple move permit may have the dates changed (rescheduled) if no movement has taken place and the CVCSC is notified prior to the expiration date on the permit. A single move (except for return moves) or multiple move permit may have the expiration date extended due to breakdowns or weather delays if the CVCSC is notified within the next business day following the expiration date on the permit. Dates on extended period permits may NOT be changed. A change fee may be charged per 17 AAC 25.380 (d).

Changes other than dates: A single move or multiple move permit may have changes made to the permit if no movement has taken place and the CVCSC is notified prior to the expiration date on the permit. A change fee will be charged per 17 AAC 25.380 (d). If the changes are extensive the original permit may be voided and a new permit issued.

Permits are normally issued for a single one-way trip. Upon occasion, a permit may be issued for multiple moves; all information including truck, trailer, load, origin and destination must be identical for each of these multiple moves. A permit may also be issued for several interim stops located between origin and destination that may require additional time.

FEES Single Move (Oversize) — $35 processing charge plus $20 for width exceeding 10' 6” and up to 16' and for height exceeding 16' up to 16'6". $30 for width exceeding 16' and for height exceeding 16'6".

Single Move (Overweight) — $35 processing charge plus $20 for gross weight exceeding 150,000 lbs plus surcharges as indicated above.

Single Move (Oversize + Overweight) — $60 processing charge plus surcharges as indicated above.

Extended Period — ranges from $75 to $1000, depending on number of months, and whether oversize and/or overweight (Up to 125%).

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A— Single Trip Permits: Single move fee B— Extended Period Permits: Extended period fee C— Multi—Move: Fee equals number of moves times single move fee D— Pre—Issue: Paid in advance; single move fee E— Seasonal: Extended period fee

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The total permit fee charged for any permit shall be the sum of the oversize and overweight fees as stated in subsections 1—5 listed above.

ESCORTS AND SIGNS

Labeling — "Oversize" or "Oversize Load" signs are required on loads over 8'6". Also, all LCV's require a sign on the rear. The sign must be at least 4' in width, and have black letters (10" high, 2" brush stroke) on a yellow background.

Red/Orange flags at least 16" square are required on vehicles with loads wider than 10'6” and overhangs exceeding legal limits.

Beacons (when required) must be either rotating or flashing amber warning light of sufficient intensity to be visible for at least 1,000' in normal sunlight. Beacons shall be at roof height and visible for 360 degrees.

Escort Vehicles and Personnel — A single lead escort (with oversize load sign on escort car) is required for vehicles over 10'6” in width. A single rear escort is required for vehicles over 85' in length. Two escorts, one front and one rear, must accompany vehicles over 12' but not exceeding 14’ in width and/or 100' in length. Two lead escorts and a rear escort must accompany vehicles over 14' in width. If the width exceeds 16’, additional coordination and evaluation will be required.

Escorts must be equipped with a slow/stop paddle, a red hand flag, and a bright orange vest or jacket.

Escort cars must meet certain size requirements, and must have radio communications including CB radio between towing vehicle and pilot car(s). Shall not be less than 18 years of age and capable of carrying out flagging responsibilities in accordance with the Alaska State Traffic Manual regulations.

During the period from October 1 to April 15 normal weekend restrictions (no movement after 12:00 noon on Saturday or anytime on Sunday) for vehicles with loads over 10’6” in width, front overhangs greater than ten feet (10’), rear overhangs greater than four feet (4’), overall lengths greater than 85’, and heights greater than 17’ DO NOT APPLY NORTH OR EAST OF THE

FOX WEIGH STATION ON THE STEESE, ELLIOTT, OR DALTON HIGHWAYS.

Southbound movements originating north or east of the Fox Weigh Station may continue to a destination within the Fairbanks urban area (the area inside the boundaries described by the Ester Weigh Station on the south, the Parks Highway-Sheep Creek Road-Goldstream Road-Steese Highway connection on the west, the Fox Weigh Station on the north and the Badger Road Interchange on the east.).

Northbound movements originating in the Fairbanks urban area and proceeding to a destination north or east of the Fox Weigh Station may start their moves.

Vehicles or vehicles with loads exceeding the aforementioned dimensions are PROHIBITED from making cross town movements for deliveries or pick up loads within the Fairbanks urban area.

AK-8 09/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual FINES Maximum fine for a violation provided under Sec. 45.75.380 Offenses and Penalties (a), a person who does

one or more of the acts in (a)(10) or (11) of this section, shall pay a penalty as follows:

(1) if the vehicle is 1,001 - 2,000 pounds overweight, the fine is $100;

(2) if the vehicle is 2,001 - 4,000 pounds overweight, the fine is $.07 for each pound over the weight limitation;

(3) if the vehicle is 4,001 - 6,000 pounds overweight, the fine is $.09 for each pound over the weight limitation;

(4) if the vehicle is 6,001 - 10,000 pounds overweight, the fine is $.12 for each pound over the weight limitation;

(5) if the vehicle is 10,001 or more pounds overweight, the fine is $.15 for each pound over the weight limitation.

RESTRICTED TRAVEL

Urban areas restrict travel during designated peak traffic hours (7:00–8:00 a.m.; 4:30–6:00 p.m.).

Movement is prohibited on the entire area south of Seward/Sterling Highway Wye from 6:45-9:00 a.m. and from 2:15-4:30 p.m. during the school year, for vehicles and vehicles with loads exceeding 14' in width and on the Glenn and Parks Highways northward to Palmer and Wasilla between 6:00-8:00 a.m., 11:30-1:00 p.m. and 4:30-6:00 p.m. on weekdays for vehicles and vehicles with loads exceeding 18'.

Moving heavy equipment at railroad grade crossings No railroad rule. Must have clearance or flagman required when greater than 150 feet in overall length, 16’8” or higher and exceptionally wide loads

PORTS OF ENTRY

Alaska has several Ports of Entry as follows:

Alcan, Ankorage, Dalton Cache, Fairbanks, Juneau, Ketchikan, Kodiak, Nome, Sitka, Skagway, Valdez, and Wrangell.

Each of these ports are handled by the Portland Field Office:

Location Address:

33 New Montgomery Suite 1600 San Francisco, CA 94105

Mailing Address:

Same as above

General Phone:

(415) 744-1530

General Fax:

(415) 744-7005

Operational Hours:

8:00 AM-4:30 PM (Pacific) Weekdays (Monday-Friday)

PERMIT ORDERING

CVCSC Office Hours and Location.

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM 11900 Industry Way (Huffman Business Park, Bldg M-2) Anchorage, Alaska 99515 907-365-1200, Alaska Toll Free Line 800-478-7636 Fax Line 907-365-1221, Alaska Toll Free Fax Line 866-345-2641

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The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association is pleased to publish this Oversize/ Overweight Permit Manual.

Each state analysis includes information in a standardized format: contact, legal limits, special permit limits, general restrictions, types of permits available, fees, escort needs, fines, and restricted travel areas. Telephone numbers, locations, and hours of operation are listed for ports of entry and permit branches. However, readers are always advised to check with the state offices on current laws and procedures. This project could not have been completed without the advice and consultation of many state officials. We thank all of those who provided permit manuals, maps, laws, regulations, and various other forms of documentation.



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