Can you please send me a PDF example of one of your truck route maps and anything you might have that describes how the route is assigned and if there are any special considerations made on infrastructure requirement or standards for truck routes? I would appreciate it very much!



Al Altuna

Freight Planner

Pima Association of Governments

Office - (520) 792-1093 ext. 483

Mobile - (520) 977-3626

From: FHWA Freight Planning [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Marilee Manalo
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 2:06 PM
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Subject: Re: port-area overweight truck corridor programs



Though Wyoming does not have sea ports, our Port of Entry officers deal with over-height, over-width, over length-vehicles directly, but the overweight vehicle permit requests go through our Bridge department. 

I only sent this on to you, because this may or may not be of interest to you.  Our Planning section has developed a few truck route maps, but they do not cover overweight vehicles.



Marilee Ohnstad Manalo, MP
Policy & Planning Analyst II

5300 Bishop Blvd.
Cheyenne, WY 82009-3340


>>> Joseph Gellings <[log in to unmask]> 8/27/2010 11:37 AM >>>
I am trying to identify the various working models for a port area overweight
truck corridor program.   These programs recognize the unique need for
overweight cargo drays in the vicinity of ports and use ideas such as corridor
designation and permits to manage this activity.   The programs I have
identified to date are Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland, CA, and Tacoma,
WA.   These all follow a similar model so I am hoping this post will lead to
other kinds of working models.
Thank you very much!
Joseph Gellings
Port of Seattle