Effective 8:00pm yesterday evening New Jersey State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan issued a commercial motor vehicle ban on the following interstates:
The ban applies to all tractor trailers, empty straight CDL-weighted trucks, passenger vehicles pulling trailers. recreational vehicles, and motorcycles.
Reporting Agency: Transcom to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
Incident Type: Tractor Trailer ban
Location: Various corridors in downstate NY
Initial/Final report (March 21, 2018 Effective 8:00AM EDT):
• Effective 8:00AM: The NY State DOT advised that a full tractor trailer ban will go into effect on the NY State Thruway System from Exit 17 (I-84) to the NYC Line (including the Mario Cuomo Bridge), I-287/Cross Westchester Expressway, I-95/New England Thruway from exit 8 (Bronx) to the CT State Line. The ban also includes I-84 and I-684 end to end. The ban will be enforced by the NY State Police; there are no plans for checkpoints at the respective state borders.
http://newengland511.org/. Click on “Special Events” for the listing in NH (preview yellow, orange and black flags for roads with weight restrictions.
The Ministère reminds users of heavy vehicles and shippers that the authorized load limits are reduced during the thaw period on all public roads. This is done every year to account for the road network’s lower bearing capacity during this period.
Official dates for 2018 (Updated March 1)
From Monday, March 5 (00:01) to Friday, May 4 (23:59)
Aimed dates for 2018 (Updated March 1)
From Monday, March 19 (00:01) to Friday, May 18 (23:59)
From Monday, March 26 (00:01) to Friday, May 25 (23:59)
Depending on the changes in weather conditions, the start and end of the load restriction period may be moved ahead or postponed.
For the latest travel information – road conditions, construction, weather,
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