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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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Criteria 1: Overlength/Overwidth Moves allowed: Night moves are allowed for vehicles and loads up to, and including, 3.05 m wide and 25 m long.

Routes: Night moves are restricted to multi-lane controlled access highways with a median. The lane width on these types of highways is 3.75 m.

Criteria 2: Overheight/Overweight Moves allowed: Night moves are allowed for vehicles and loads up to, and including, 4.26 m high and 63,500 kg.

Routes: All King's highways.

Conditions For Both Criteria Night moves are allowed for all permit types with certain restrictions provided that all conspicuity requirements are met.

Criteria 1: Overlength/Overwidth Moves allowed: Night moves are allowed for vehicles and loads up to, and including, 3.05 m wide and 25 m long.

Routes: Night moves are restricted to multi-lane controlled access highways with a median. The lane width on these types of highways is 3.75 m.

Conspicuity Conspicuity requirements must be met during a night move. These requirements consist of Requirements: the extremities being marked with a solid amber lamp(s) visible in the front and rear, conforming to SAE Code P2 or P3 with markings to appear on the lamp(s), and a retroreflective "D" sign must be present.

Weather Night moves are restricted when inclement weather conditions prevail. Inclement weather

Conditions: is described as the following:

Holiday – Oversize/overweight moves are allowed for all permit types on statutory holidays, and the preceding day of a statutory holiday, with restrictions.

Statutory Holiday:

New Year's Day Family Day Good Friday (Easter) Victoria Day Canada Day August Civic Holiday Labour Day Thanksgiving Christmas Day Boxing Day Preceding day means the day before a statutory holiday restriction. If the statutory holiday is a Saturday, Sunday or Monday, the preceding day is the Friday. If the statutory holiday is on any other day of the week, the preceding day is the day before the holiday.

Oversize/overweight moves are allowed all day on the preceding day of a statutory holiday for dimensions

that do not exceed the following dimensions:

width of 3.70 m on two lane highways and 3.

85 m on multi-lane highways length no greater than 25 m for combination vehicles and 12.50 m for single vehicles height maximum 4.26 m weight no greater than 63,500 kg.

PQ-4 04/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual Inclement Weather - "No travel is allowed when road conditions, weather conditions, or visibility make traveling hazardous to the operator or to the driving public. Conditions shall be deemed to be hazardous upon any accumulation of ice or snow on the roadway or if the continuous use of windshield wipers is required. Vehicles that are underway when inclement weather occurs shall exit the road at the first available location and park in a safe place until the weather and road conditions clear."

Authorized load limits are reduced during the spring thaw period in order to take into account the weaker load bearing capacity of the road network during that period. See the Road Vehicle Load and Size Limits Guide for Thaw Zones and Periods.

During the thaw period, the maximum authorized total loaded mass of a road vehicle or

combination of road vehicles is the lesser of the two following values:

1. The sum of the maximum authorized total loaded mass for each class of axles of a vehicle or combination of vehicles during the thaw period;

2. The maximum authorized total loaded mass prescribed in the regulation during the normal period.

In calculating the sum, the maximum load of the front axle or axles of a vehicle or

combination of vehicles must not exceed:

5,500 kg for a front single axle (B.1) in the case of a tractor;

7,250 kg for a front single axle (B.1) in the case of a vehicle other than a tractor;

14,000 kg for a front tandem axle (B.2);

13,000 kg for a front multiple axle (B.3).

Permit Information Required -Name and address of carrier; tractor year, make, license number, state registered; trailer year, make, license number, state registered; overall width, length, height, and weight; if overweight — axle weights, spacings, and tire size; origin and destination of load; routes to be traveled;

owner of tractor; owner of load.

See the Simplified Guide to the Regulation Respecting Special Permits

PERMIT TYPES

General Permit – good for one month to a year with no specific route.

Specific Permit – good for 7 consecutive days with a specific route including the return trip on the same route.

Project – A project permit is issued to allow contractors to move similar loads, objects and structures over the same specified route for a period of up to, and including 6 months, depending on the duration of the contract.

Special Vehicle Configuration - Special Vehicle Configuration permits are issued for vehicles that vary from the requirements of the HTA and regulations. The purpose of Special Vehicle Configuration permits is to harmonize configurations, weights and dimensions applicable to a class of vehicles with those of any other jurisdiction; to allow for a trial of a vehicle; or to allow for a variance from a limit within a specific geographical area.





FEES The ministère des Transports wishes to inform holders of special travel permits issued under section 633 of the Québec Highway Safety Code that the costs of the permits will slightly increase as of January 1, 2012.

The Financial Administration Act provides for an adjustment, on January 1 of each year, of fees set by the Government, a government body or a government department, when the said fees were not set or otherwise increased during the preceding year. Consequently, on November 9, 2011, the ministère des Finances du Québec announced that the indexing rate applicable to the fees subject to indexing as of January 1, 2012, would be 2.66%. This indexing rate corresponds to the change (expressed as a percentage) in the Québec PQ-5 04/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual consumer price index, as calculated by Statistics Canada.

As of January 1, 2012, permit and administration fees will increase. The rounding off rule

that was selected to adjust the costs is as follows:

When the fee is equal to or greater than $10, but lower than $25, it is rounded to the closest multiple of $0.10;

When the fee is equal to or greater than $100, it is rounded to the closest multiple of $1.

For example, a permit which costs $152, plus $10.10 in administration fees, will cost $156.00 plus $10.40, for a total of $166.40. The enclosed schedule details the costs for permits in 2011 and the adjusted costs for 2012.

For more information on special permits or on load and size limits for vehicles, consult the website of the ministère des Transports du Québec at www.mtq.gouv.qc.ca.

$300 $200 prices vary, see below $50 $100 $150 $200 $500 refer to HTA s110.1 (10) A $5.00 fee is applied to each single trip permit that is faxed long distance.

See the Guide to the Regulation Respecting Special Permits for more specific information.

ESCORTS AND SIGNS

Labeling — As indicated on special hauling permit.

Escort Vehicles and Personnel — Width: 12'3" 1 escort required; over 14'6" 2 required Length: 55’9” 1 escort required; 90'1" 1 escort required; 27.5m for 90'2" for 2 vehicles; 30m for 98'5" for combination of 3 vehicles.

Height: 14'9" (4m50) 1 escort required Weight: no provisions Night travel may require 1 escort.

One escort is to precede load on any two or four lane highways, and one escort is to follow load on any main highway. Should any escorts be required for length, height, or weight, provisions will be so indicated on permit.

Police Escort Requirements – Police escort is required when the outsized vehicle or combination of outsized vehicles is in

one of the following situations:

The width:

_ exceeds 5.55 metres and the vehicle travels during the day on the whole network or 5 metres if the vehicle travels at night on the whole network;

_ exceeds 6 metres and the vehicle travels at night on the whole network. In this case, an PQ-6 04/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual escort of at least two police vehicles is required.

The length:

_ exceeds 49 metres and the vehicle travels during the day and at night on the whole network or 40 metres if the vehicle travels at night on roads other than autoroutes;

_ is between 45 and 49 metres and the outsized vehicle travels during the day on uneven or winding roads that have only one traffic lane in the direction travelled by the vehicle;

_ exceeds 55 metres and the vehicle travels during the day on the whole network (in this case an escort of at least two police vehicles is required);

_ exceeds 40 metres, the rear overhang is over 6 metres and the vehicle travels during the day and at night on roads other than autoroutes.

The height:

_ exceeds 5 metres.

Other circumstances:

_ the weight requires a significant reduction of speed on certain structures;

_ the vehicle travels in convoy.

An additional front escort vehicle equipped with a signal arrow light is required when

the outsized vehicle or combination of outsized vehicles is in one of the following situations:

The width:

_ exceeds 5 metres and the vehicle travels on the whole network, but not on undivided autoroutes.

The length:

_ exceeds 40 metres and the vehicle travels on the whole network, but not on divided autoroutes;

_ the load or equipment exceeds 6 metres at the rear of the vehicle, and the vehicle travels on the whole network, but not on autoroutes.

Other circumstances:

_ the vehicle travels in convoy.

An additional rear escort vehicle equipped with a signal arrow light is required when the

outsized vehicle or combination of outsized vehicles is in one of the following situations:

The width:

_ exceeds 5 metres and the vehicle travels on the whole network.

The length:

_ exceeds 40 metres and the vehicle travels on the whole network;

_ the load or equipment exceeds 6 metres at the rear of the vehicle, and the vehicle travels on the whole network.

Other circumstances:

_ the weight requires a significant reduction of speed on certain structures;

_ the vehicle travels in convoy on the whole network.

NOTE Further to the feasibility analysis, the Ministère reserves the right to require one or more police or private escort vehicles in situations other than those mentioned above. Justification for the requirement will be provided to the permit applicant. In exceptional cases or very specific circumstances, the Ministère can decide not to request the police or private escort vehicles that would normally have been required.

FINES As indicated in Highway Safety Code.

RESTRICTED TRAVEL

Vehicles and/or loads travelling under a single trip or project permit are subject to a congested traffic condition when travelling in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

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width of 3.70 m on single highways, 3.

85 m on multi-lane highways length exceeding 25 m height exceeding 4.26 m weight in excess of 63,500 kg.

Condition:

This permit is not valid for vehicles travelling in the directions entering the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) between the hours of 7:00am to 9:30am and vehicles travelling in the directions exiting the GTA between the hours of 3:30pm to 6:30pm in the area described as being west of Thickson Rd (Hwy 401); south of King Road (Hwy 400) or Stouffville Road (Hwy 404); and east of Trafalgar Road (Hwy 401), Hwy 8 (Hwy403) to junction 403/407ETR/QEW (QEW).

This permit is not valid for vehicles travelling in the directions exiting the GTA between the hours of 7:00 to 9:30 am, and vehicles travelling in the directions entering the GTA between the hours of 3:30 to 6:30pm in the area described as being west of Whites Road (Hwy 401); south of King Road (Hwy 400) or Stoufville Road (Hwy 404; and east of Hwy 10 (Hwy 401) or Bronte Road (QEW).

Designated Area

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PERMIT ORDERING

Application forms must be completed in full and may be submitted by fax, e-mail, mail or in person at an Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Permit Issuing Office.

Permit application forms and guidelines for completing the application are available on the ministry website.

You can also visit an Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Permit Issuing Office.

SPECIAL NOTES

Recent Changes – See the Simplified Guide to the Regulation Respecting Special Permits 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.

Legal Notice This SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual is intended only to provide concise, easily read information, useful in planning movements of overdimensional and overweight loads. This Permit Manual is not intended to be an accurate summary of all the applicable laws and regulations. Users of the Permit Manual should confirm the information contained herein before dispatching vehicles and loads. The SC&RA cautions Permit Manual users that state laws and regulations are subject to change without notice, and that some time elapses between the effective date of such changes and the amendment of the Permit Manual to reflect those changes. The SC&RA assumes no responsibility for accident, injury, loss or claim, penalties or any other damage resulting from reliance on the contents of this Permit Manual.

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WIDTH: 8’6” HEIGHT: 13’6” LENGTH: 41’ single unit 45’9” bus 75’5” tractor and semi-trailer or any other combination of vehicles 82’ A train, B train or C train OVERHANG no night travel exceeding 9’10” Refer to Vertical and Horizontal Clearance of Structures on the Provincial Highway System

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NOTE: Larger increments of width and length are considered on a case-by-case basis only.

— Overhang Permit required on overhang exceeding 35% of tractor/trailer wheelbase or if load is over 75'5" in length.

— Box Length permit required for load exceeding 53' in length.

PERMIT RESTRICTIONS

General –Permits are issued for non-divisible loads based upon bridge and highway capacities. Permits for overweight are issued at 10 kg per mm width of tire on the steering axle and at 9 kg per mm on all other axles. Operators requiring permits for extremely heavy loads should apply for these permits well in advance to avoid delay, as time is required to review structural capacities along the desired/requested routes.

Permits are issued on a per trip basis. Return trips and extensions are available upon request.

Night travel restrictions apply to the following:

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NOTE: There are no travel restrictions due to weight.

Divisible load permits not available.



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