17 CRR-NY 154-1.11NY-CRR
17 CRR-NY 154-1.11
17 CRR-NY 154-1.11
154-1.11 Mobile homes and modular building units greater than 14 feet in width.
(a) Mobile homes and modular building units greater than 14 feet but not greater than 16 feet in width, including eve overhangs, may be issued a trip permit subject to the following restrictions.
The restrictions contained in section 154-1.8(e), (f), (g) and (h) of this Subpart apply to all permits issued under this section. In addition, the following restrictions shall apply to all permits issued pursuant to this section.
(1) Travel is limited to the following corridor routes, plus roads designated on the trip permit necessary to make pick up or delivery:
(i) North-South Corridor Routes—Interstate Route No. 81 from Canada to Interstate Route No. 481 in North Syracuse; Interstate Route No. 481 in North Syracuse to Interstate Route No. 81 in Syracuse; Interstate Route No. 81 from Interstate Route No. 481 in Syracuse to the Pennsylvania state line; Interstate Route No. 87 from the City of Albany to Canada; Interstate Route No. 390 from State Route 17 in Steuben County to Interstate Route No. 490 in Monroe County; State Route 390 from Interstate Route No. 490 in Monroe County to State Route 104 in Monroe County; Interstate Route No. 590 from Interstate 390 in Monroe County to State Route 104 in Monroe County; US Route 219 from the Pennsylvania state line to State Route 17 in Cattaraugus County.
(ii) East-West Corridor Routes—State Route No. 17 from the Town of Stow to Interstate 84 in Orange County; Interstate Route No. 88 from Binghamton to U.S. Route 20 at Duanesburg (Schenectady County); Interstate Route No. 90 from Exit 24 of New York State Thruway to Exit B1 of the New York State Thruway; State Route No. 20 from Interstate 81 in Onondaga County to State Route 155 in Albany County; State Route No. 155 from Route 20 in Albany County to Washington Avenue Extension in the City of Albany; Washington Avenue Extension from Route No. 155 in the City of Albany to Fuller Road in the City of Albany; Fuller Road from Washington Avenue Extension in the City of Albany to Interstate Route No. 90 in the City of Albany; Washington Avenue Extension from Fuller Road in the City of Albany to Interstate Route No. 90; Interstate Route No. 90 from Interstate 87 in the City of Albany to State Route No. 9 (Exit 12).
(2) Travel is allowed only on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and between the hours of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. to 12 noon, but not during any of those periods excluded for travel in section 154-1.2(a) of this Subpart or any other Monday designated as a holiday in New York State.
(3) Permittee must notify the department of any accident which is required to be reported to the commissioner of the Department of Motor Vehicles under section 605 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. Notice must be given to the Department of Transportation within 10 days of the accident, and shall include a copy of the police report. Failure to comply with this requirement shall preclude the permittee from applying for any further permit under this section for a full year. Notice can be made by facsimile transmission at (518) 457-0367 or by mail addressed to the Permit Unit, NYSDOT, 1220 Washington Avenue, Bldg. 5, Rm. 311, State Office Campus, Albany, NY 12232.
(4) Two certified escort vehicles with signing and lights (as described in sections 154-1.13 and 154-1.14 of this Subpart), one in front of the permitted load and one behind it, with radio or telephone contact with each other and with the driver of the permitted load is required at all times during a movement. However if conditions warrant, an additional certified escort vehicle may be required when the department determines that public safety so requires. If more than two escorts are required, police escorts may be substituted in lieu of any additional escorts.
(5) Two certified escort vehicles are required on all two lane highways, one in front of the permitted vehicle and one to follow.
(6) Maximum length of the load shall not exceed 80 feet.
(7) The permittee or a certified escort driver must perform an over dimensional/over weight route survey as described in section 154-1.2(u) of this Subpart for all routes not contained within the corridor routes set forth above.
(8) The maximum height of any permitted mobile home or modular building unit shall be 14 feet 6 inches. For movements greater than 13 feet 9 inches in height, a survey of height clearances, in the manner provided by section 154-1.2(u) of this Subpart is required.
(9) The department will require a bond in an amount determined adequate to protect its facilities, but in no event less than $25,000.
(11) The undercarriage of the mobile home or modular building unit shall have at least four axles. Each wheel on the undercarriage shall be equipped with operable brakes, and no tire may carry a weight in excess of the manufacturer's rating as marked on the sidewall.
(12) The towing unit must be a tractor as defined in section 151-a of the Vehicle and Traffic Law, with a minimum gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 25,000 pounds.
(13) A warning sign as described in section 154-1.13 of this Subpart must be attached to the rear end of each mobile home or modular building unit. The sign must be at least five but no more than seven feet above the ground.
(14) A flashing or revolving warning lamp meeting the requirements of section 154-1.14 of this Subpart must be attached to each side of each rear corner, at least five but no more than seven feet above ground.
(15) Each side of each corner of the mobile home or modular building unit shall have a one foot wide strip of prismatic lens retroreflective material, fluorescent orange in color, the full height of the unit.
17 CRR-NY 154-1.11
Current through April 15, 2021
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