Provincial load restrictions are updated as new information becomes available.

Province of British Columbia
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
PEACE DISTRICT

Service Area Peace 21

LOAD RESTRICTIONS
ADVANCE PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to Section 66 of the Transportation Act, and to the provisions of the Commercial Transport Act, notice is hereby given that load restrictions may be placed on short notice in the near future on all highways within the Peace Highways District. Restrictions will be imposed in the South Peace, North Peace and Fort Nelson areas, as conditions warrant.

The restrictions will limit vehicles to 100 percent, 75 percent, 70 percent, or 50 percent of legal axle loading, as allowed under the Regulations pursuant to the Commercial Transport Act.

Overweight permits will not be granted. All term overweight permits will be invalid for the duration of the restriction.

The public, and trucking and transportation companies should govern themselves accordingly.

Your cooperation in adhering to the above restrictions will be appreciated.

You may also view updates on the web: www.drivebc.ca

Dated at Fort St. John, BC this 24th of March, 2017.

Dean Daniel
A/District Manager, Transportation, Peace District

Sign up for email notifications at: http://www.th.gov.bc.ca/bchighways/loadrestrictions/loadrestrictions.htm

Ministry Contact: Amelia Adams, District Operations Technician; 250-719-8372 or Amelia.Adams@gov.bc.ca

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PEACE DISTRICT

SERVICE AREA 21 SOUTH PEACE
PUBLIC NOTICE # 2 (FULL RESTRICTIONS)

Pursuant to Section 66 of the Transportation Act the following load restrictions will be imposed, on the following Provincial Highways and Roads until further notice:
LOAD RESTRICTIONS within the Peace District, Service Area 21, South Peace

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Effective 10:00 am PST on Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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All Provincial Numbered Routes, paved or gravel - 100% Legal Axle Loading

All Provincial Side Roads, paved or gravel - 70% Legal Axle Loading except as listed below

75% Legal Axle Loading

Backroad Road 206M (from Pederson Road 215 east to Berry Road 213A)
Berry Road 213A (from Pederson Road 206M to Road 206D)
Briar Ridge Road 4 (from Highway 2 to Highway 49)
Braden Road 22 (from Highway 97S to Highway 97N)
Jackfish Lake Road 12 (from Burbee Road 12D to Boysen Road 69A)
Pederson Road 215 (from Highway 2 to Backroad Road 206M)
Triangle Road 25 (from Old Alaska Highway Road 64 to West Coast Road 235)

100% Legal Axle Loading

Bessbourough Road 212 (from Highway 97 west to Mason/Semple Road 237)
Burbee Road 12D (from Jackfish Road 12, east for 300m)
Cosins Road 213C (from Highway 49 north for 400m)
Dangerous Goods Route Road 94
Fabric 84 Road (from highway 97S to end)
Hasler Road 26
Imperial Accesss Road 210 (from Washington Road 221 east to North Rolla Road 219)
Jackfish Lake Road 12 (from Highway 29N to Burbee Road)
Johnson Road 232C (from Highway 97 east for 1.8km)
Lowe Road 200L
Magusin Road 245W (from Highway 97N south to the bridge just south of Parkland Road 7)
Mason/Semple Road 237
McQueens Road 210 (from North Rolla Road 219 east to Rolla Road 3)
One Island Lake Road 18 (from Highway 52E to Km 20.8)
Old Alaska Highway Road 64 (from Highway 97N (north end) to Triangle Road 25)
Old Alaska Highway Road 64 (from intersection with 97N (South end) to km 3.7)
Pulp Mill Road 1A (from Highway 97S to West Coast Pipeline)
Pumphouse Access Road 208C
Ranson Road 33
East Arras Road 41A (from intersection of 97S to Pumphouse Access Road 208C)
Rolla Road 3
Sweetwater Road 6 (from North Rolla Road 219 to Rolla Road 3)
Washington Road 221 (from Highway 97 to Imperial Access Road 210)

Ministry Contact: Amelia Adams, District Operations Technician 250-719-8372 or Amelia.Adams@gov.bc.ca
Issued by: Angie Allwood, A/District Manager, Transportation, Peace District

 

 

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