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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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Division 76 - Towed Units exceeding 8’6” in width or when towing a combination of vehicles – Restricted on

the holidays shown above except:

This rule does not apply when the tow vehicle is performing the initial emergency removal of a disabled unit from the highway or when the disabled vehicle or combination of vehicles is operating under a rule or variance permit allowing movement prior to the emergency.

Division 78 - Long Longs, poles and pilings exceeding 105’ in overall combination length – Restricted on the holidays shown above.

Division 82 - Non-Divisible Loads exceeding 8’6” in width** – Restricted on the holidays shown above except

operations may recommence:

OR-6 06/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual On Interstate highways at 12:01AM on the first business day (Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday), as shown above, following the observed holiday when width is not in excess of 12 feet;

On Green Routes on Route Map 2 at 12:01AM on the first business day, as shown above, following the observed holiday when width is not in excess of 10 feet;

AND the outermost extremities are illuminated by lamps or markers as described in ORS Chapter 816.

**Exceptions to these holiday travel restrictions are shown on Attachment H but may be limited to specific days and highways. The exceptions apply to Division 75, Division 82 and certain Division 76 movements only and became effective 11-15-2006. Read the exceptions carefully.

Inclement Weather – Motor Carriers moving oversize loads are subject to travel restrictions when road conditions are hazardous due to ice, snow, frost, or when visibility is reduced to less than 500 feet, or when wind conditions exist that make it difficult for vehicles to safely move.

These weather-related travel restrictions are prescribed in Permit Attachments that accompany all overdimension permits issued, and in Oregon Administrative Rules.

It is the driver's responsibility to determine if local road conditions are hazardous, unless the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has closed or posted signs on the higway displaying restrictions due to weather/road conditions in the area. If ODOT has not closed a highway or posted a sign warning of adverse conditions, and the driver chooses to travel they are subject to enforcement action if the road conditions are determined to be hazardous. In most cases, it's up to the State Police and local law enforcement to address on-highway situations.

The Motor Carrier Transportation Division (MCTD) may issue over-dimension permits during inclement weather; however authorized travel is contingent upon weather and road conditions at time of actual movement. MCTD's policy regarding the issuance of over-dimension permits and travel by permitted trucks during periods of inclement weather is described in a one-page document which was published in the March 2011 edition of the quarterly Motor Carrier Newsletter: Captain of Ship For Oregon Road and Weather advisories, drivers may call 1-800-977-6368 in state, and 1-503-588from out of state, or go to www.tripcheck.com Permit Information Required — Tractor information; serial number; load description; overall dimensions;

gross weight; number of axles; axle spacings; origin and destination; routes to be traveled; effective dates.

PERMIT TYPES

Single Trip — Covers one move.

Continuing Operations — Covers specific operations that are performed on a routine basis; good for 12 months.

The Over-Dimension permits below are only available from the Over-Dimension Permit Unit in Salem.

Contact the Over-Dimension permit unit directly by phone at 503-373-0000 or at the Salem office for these permits or with questions about any of the other over-dimension permits available.

Annual:

C04 - Leaky Load C14 - Triple Trailer Combinations (Trucking Online only) C50 - Grass Seed Straw

Limited Duration or 30 Day:

B09 - Mobile Home/Modular Unit B13 - OR3 doubles permit B15 - Mobile Home Chassis B30 - Non-divisible Load Over-length B53 - Christmas Tree Permit OR-7 06/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual Annual Over-Height Permits Motor carriers can take advantage of an annual over-dimension permit that lets them haul loads over the statutory height limit – 14 feet – on major state highways throughout Oregon. The Continuous Trip Permit, which allows for a load as high as 14 feet, 6 inches, can be used in conjunction with a Continuous Trip Permit issued for a truck carrying a load over 8’6” feet wide.

The permit is available for mobile homes and modular building units operating under Division 75 rules and non-divisible loads operating under Division 82 rules. It’s not available for divisible loads, such as overheight grass seed straw loads. It comes with a new Route Map showing which state highways are safe for over-height loads. Carriers hauling loads on county roads and city streets must still obtain separate permits from the local jurisdictions.

Telephone Permits — Carrier calls in load information, and state authorizes the permit, carrier writes the name of the authorizing permit employee on the permit.

Self-issuing Permits — Carrier becomes a member of program through training session and issue own permits with a set of specific guidelines.





Regional Permit – Oregon no longer issues Western Regional Permits, but it is a participating member.

FEES Single Trip and Continuing Operations — $8.00 each.

Telephone/Self-issuing Permits — Purchased in advance at a cost of $8.00 each.

ESCORTS AND SIGNS

Labeling — Red flags must be at least 18" square to be displayed on the outermost extremities of the load.

Oversize load signs must have black lettering (10" high with a 1-5/8" brush stroke) on a solid yellow background, and have dimensions of 7' x 1.5'. Signs must be displayed on all overwidth vehicles.

Escort Vehicles and Personnel — A single lead escort must accompany vehicles over 9' in width on twolane roads. A single rear escort must accompany vehicles over 14' in width on four-lane roads. Some routes allow loads up to 12' in width to travel without escorts if equipped with authorized warning lights.

The permit office may require escorts for vehicles over legal length and/or height limits. When a load extends beyond the rear of the load carrying part of the vehicle four feet or more it must be visibly marked.

Certification – Oregon does not require that people be certified to become a pilot car operator.

Under Oregon administrative rules, OAR 734-082-0035 and 734-075-0035, pilot vehicles are considered to be under the direct control and supervision of the operator of the vehicle to which the over-dimension variance permit is issued. Those rules describe the type of vehicles that are authorized and the equipment requirements.

While Oregon does not require that people be certified to become a pilot car operator, the state does require that people be certified to help motor carriers in special flagging operations. In Oregon, there are many locations and situations where motor carriers must use certified flaggers so a truck with an overwidth and/or overheight load can safely pass. In a number of specific locations, carriers are instructed to either use certified flaggers to stop traffic or perform a rolling stop using three pilot vehicles to allow them to straddle the center line. Eighteen locations are shown on Route Map 2 (Map 2 front and Map 2 back), the key permit attachment for overwidth loads operating under annual permit. Eleven locations are shown on Route Map 3, the key permit attachment for overheight loads operating under annual permit.

FINES

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Fines are calculated beginning from permit weight. Operators may be fined for either over-axle or overgross violations, whichever produces the greater fine. Drivers may not shift load to avoid an over-axle violation.

RESTRICTED TRAVEL

The following cities have time-of-day restrictions for vehicles over 14' in width on interstate highways 12' off

interstate:

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Prior to traveling through Sisters, if your load exceeds 12’00” in width, the lead pilot car operator will need to ensure there is not another load over 12’00” in width traveling in the opposite direction through this area at the same time you are moving through. Language has been added to Attachment 100A in the Route Map 6 section (for movement of mobile/modular units), and in the Route Map 9 section (for movement of all other non-divisible loads).

Effective March 17, 2014, the Umpqua River (Scottsburg) Bridge on OR38 at MP 16.43 will be restricted (and

posted) for the following weights:

• 20,000 lbs. on a sing axle • 34,000 lbs. on a tandem axle • 80,000 lbs. GVW, Permit Weight Table 1 Motor carriers operating under an annual continuous trip permit will be allowed through March 16th. However, effective immediately, no more single trip permits will be issued above 80,000 lbs. GVW, Weight Table 1 to cross this bridge.

This weight restriction is necessary after a recent bridge inspection and load rating was completed. The bridge, built in 1929, will require repairs before it can be opened back up to heavier loads. Repairs will begin in April and are estimated to be complete by June 1, 2014.

During this time, motor carriers hauling loads exceeding these weights will need to use authorized alternate routes

PORTS OF ENTRY

Ports can be open 24 hours per day, seven days a week, but Registration offices are only open Pacific Time 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Enforcement is 24-hours per day, seven days per week.

Ashland Port of Entry NB I-5, California border, PO Box 666, Ashland OR 97520-0023 Truck Size and Weight Enforcement Phone: 541-776-6004 ~ FAX: 541-776-6009 District Manager Leslie Elbon *Registration Office closed effective October 1, 2012* OR-9 06/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual Cascade Locks Port of Entry EB I-84, east of Portland, 500 SE Frontage Road, Cascade Locks OR 97014-9801 No Registration Services Truck Size and Weight Enforcement Phone: 541-374-8980 ~ FAX: 541-374-2240 District Manager Sue Hopkins Farewell Bend Port of Entry WB I-84, Idaho border, 5920 Highway 30, Huntington OR 97907-9707 Truck Size and Weight Enforcement Phone: 541-869-2474 ~ FAX: 541-869-2021 District Manager Alice Burley *Registration Office closed effective May 1, 2012* Klamath Falls Port of Entry NB US97, California border, 4647 Highway 97 N, Klamath Falls OR 97601-9387 No Registration Services Truck Size and Weight Enforcement Phone: 541-883-5701 ~ FAX: 541-883-5564 District Manager Phil Grant Umatilla Port of Entry SB I-82, Washington border, 1801 SW Highway 730 E, Umatilla OR 97882-0770 Truck Size and Weight Enforcement Phone: 541-922-5183 ~ FAX: 541-922-2979 District Manager Lloyd Pratt *Registration Office closed effective October 1, 2012* Woodburn Port of Entry SB I-5, south of Washington border, PO Box 244, Woodburn OR 97071-0244 No Registration Services Truck Size and Weight Enforcement Phone: 503-982-0804 ~ FAX: 503-982-7201 District Manager Gail Levario Portland Bridge Office I-5, Oregon/Washington Border, 12348 N Center Avenue, Portland OR 97217-7871 Phone: 971-673-5900 ~ FAX: 971-673-5893 Registration Service, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Manager Jennifer Coffin Bend - District Office, Size & Weight Enforcement 63055 N Hwy. 97, Bend OR 97701 Phone: 541-388-6217 District Manager Phil Grant Burns - District Office, Size & Weight Enforcement 252 S Date Street, Burns OR 97720 Phone: 541-573-2261 District Manager Lloyd Pratt La Grande - District Office, Size & Weight Enforcement 3012 Island Avenue, La Grande OR 97850 Phone: 541-963-3170 District Manager Alice Burley Portland - District Office, Size & Weight Enforcement 3700 SE 92nd Avenue, Portland OR 97266 Phone: 503-731-3238

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Roseburg - District Office, Size & Weight Enforcement 3500 NW Stewart Parkway, Roseburg OR 97470 Phone: 541-957-3605 District Manager Leslie Elbon Springfield - District Office, Size & Weight Enforcement 640 A Street, Springfield OR 97477 Phone: 541-736-2314 District Manager Gail Levario

PERMIT ORDERING

Faxed permit requests will no longer be accepted. Effective 6-1-2014 the only way to apply for an overdimension permit will be through Oregon Trucking Online or by phone at 503-373-0000.

Oregon offers Trucking Online for various carrier services including direct payment options for highway use taxes and fees. Electronic permit application capability is under development; however, not currently a feature of this system. System use requires a secure pin for access which can be obtained by completing the E-mail/Contact Update Form at www.oregon.gov/ODOT/MCT/TOL.shtml. The Special Transportation Permit Application form can be downloaded from the same website.

If load height exceeds 15 feet or the route involves county roads, allow additional time for processing.

Contact our office at (503) 373-0000 if you have any questions on completing the permit application.

SPECIAL NOTES

Recent Changes – Faxed permit requests will no longer be accepted. Effective 6-1-2014 the only way to apply for an over-dimension permit will be through Oregon Trucking Online or by phone at 503-373-0000.

Prior to traveling through Sisters, if your load exceeds 12’00” in width, the lead pilot car operator will need to ensure there is not another load over 12’00” in width traveling in the opposite direction through this area at the same time you are moving through. Language has been added to Attachment 100A in the Route Map 6 section (for movement of mobile/modular units), and in the Route Map 9 section (for movement of all other non-divisible loads).

Overheight Loads - Effective April 15, 2011, carriers with Single Trip Over-Dimension Permits for loads

over 14’6” high must meet one of two requirements:

1. Use a pilot car escort with an over-height pole in front of the high load throughout the trip.

2. In lieu of meeting the height pole requirement, have a signed declaration form on file with MCTD acknowledging that the carrier is responsible for any injury to persons, damage to property, or damage to any highway or highway structure resulting from an overheight movement under the permit.

The declaration option is only available to motor carriers that have established accounts with MCTD. The declaration form must be signed by the individual owner, a partner, a corporate officer, a partner in a LLP, a manager/member of the LLC, or agent. The form enables a carrier to accept responsibility and liability for injury to persons or damage to property, highways, or highway structures resulting from moves under the permit, whether or not the movement occurs over routes suggested by MCTD. The carrier also accepts responsibility for determining adequate clearance, both vertical and horizontal, for moving oversize loads or vehicles in Oregon.

Trucking Online - Trucking Online has several over-dimension permit features, including the ability to report and pay road use assessment fees. These fees are paid by trucks with non-divisible loads in excess of 98,000 pounds combined weight. The online application allows users to enter and pay all outstanding singletrip permits that have unreported mileage.

Another feature available lets trucking companies analyze the weight of a certain combination, including OR-11 06/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual divisible loads operating under Permit Weight Table 1 or 2, non-divisible loads operating under Permit Weight Table 3 or 4, and non-divisible loads with bonus weights operating under Permit Weight Table 5. This lets companies determine what's allowable under the permits, eliminating the need to call Motor Carrier Division staff for help analyzing weights. Companies can even bank their time savings because the program lets them save their calculations.



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