Oversize/overweight permitting practices review : phase II.
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Oversize/overweight permitting practices review : phase II.

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    This study explores a more detailed analysis of the permitting process in the Mid-Atlantic Region and

    delves into operational practice, and theory and history of the practice among states. The states

    practices examined in greater detail include Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York,

    Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Information previously gathered in Phase I provided a starting point for this

    more comprehensive analysis in Phase II including an extensive regulatory review and analysis for each

    of the states in the study including fee structure, fine structure, escort policy, non-interstate road

    jurisdiction, and routing considerations. A summary of findings and a series of recommended actions

    and implementation steps have been provided to assist New Jersey DOT in more closely aligning their

    regulations and operations to those of the surrounding states in an effort to support industry needs while

    continuing to prioritize safety in the state of New Jersey.

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