17 CRR-NY 154-3.3NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 17. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER IV. HIGHWAYS
SUBCHAPTER C. HIGHWAY USE AND MAINTENANCE
PART 154. SPECIAL HAULING PERMITS
SUBPART 154-3. NONDIVISIBLE LOAD STATUS DETERMINATIONS
17 CRR-NY 154-3.3
17 CRR-NY 154-3.3
154-3.3 Criteria to be used in connection with an overweight nondivisible load status determination.
The following criteria shall be taken into consideration by the Commissioner of Transportation or his/her designee(s) in connection with an overweight nondivisible load status determination:
(a) vehicle type;
(b) vehicle dimensions — length, width, height;
(c) effective duration of the permit;
(d) time of day of the proposed operation (daytime or nighttime operation);
(e) whether the load can be reduced to legal limits or dimensions;
(f) highway geometrics of the route to be used—to include, but not be limited to: maximum degree of road curvature; intersection radii; roadway width; passing restrictions; operational characteristics of roadway (accident rates, traffic volumes, etc.); degree and length of grade; such other factors as may be relevant in connection with the particular road or roads involved;
(g) time of year of the proposed operation;
(h) type of load—dimensions (i.e., length, width, diameter, destructability);
(i) location of plants or manufacturing facilities that would be served by vehicles with overweight nondivisible load status;
(j) economic effects on the industry upon the grant or denial of overweight nondivisible load status;
(k) any practical considerations that may require that the load remain one piece, item or grouping in transit;
(l) whether the load is contained in a locked or a sealed container;
(m) routing restrictions and conditions (i.e., bridge restrictions, construction restrictions, highway restrictions, length and width restrictions, height restrictions, and any other county or municipal restrictions);
(n) route origins and destinations;
(o) estimated annual highway usage;
(p) any contractual obligations relative to hauling or delivering of items;
(q) liability insurance coverage;
(r) preservation of the highways and bridges;
(s) safety of the traveling public;
(t) appropriate coordination with other authorities (i.e., Bridge and Tunnel Authority, New York City Thruway Authority); and
(u) any other matters that the Commissioner of Transportation or his/her designee(s) shall deem to be appropriate in making a status determination.
17 CRR-NY 154-3.3
Current through November 30, 2021
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