Provincial load restrictions are updated as new information becomes available.

Province of British Columbia
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE

CARIBOO DISTRICT
CENTRAL CARIBOO SERVICE AREA (SA17)

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ADVANCE PUBLIC NOTICE
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Pursuant to Section 66 of the Transportation Act, notice is hereby given that load restrictions have or may be placed,
on short notice in the near future, on all Highways in the following Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Service Area: Central Cariboo Service Area (SA17),
UPCOMING LOAD RESTRICTIONS within the Central Cariboo Service Area

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Effective 12:01 am Pacific Time on 01/18/2023
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All Provincial Numbered Routes - Unrestricted Legal Axle Loading
#97 Cariboo Highway
#20 Chilcotin-Bella Coola Highway from the Bella Coola Wharf to #97 Cariboo Highway

Provincial Side Roads - Unrestricted Legal Axle Loading:
All provincial side roads within Service Area 17 unless listed in other categories

Provincial Side Roads, paved or gravel - 70% Legal Axle Loading
#780 Rosette Lake Road-Gravel Portion

Provincial Bridges - Restricted to 30 Tonne/30000 Kg Maximum Loading
#0215 Chilcotin River-Hanceville Bridge on #299 Big Creek Road

Restrictions will be imposed on select roads, as conditions warrant. The restrictions may limit vehicles to 100 percent,
70 percent or 50 percent of legal axle loading, as allowed under the regulations pursuant to the Commercial Transportation Act.

Contact Kasey Foyston, Area Manager Roads West Chilcotin, 250.302.4299
Chris Buckmaster, Area Manager Roads East Chilcotin, 250-302-4426

Issued by: Sandi Griffiths, District Manager, Transportation, Cariboo District
All overload permits on restricted routes are invalid for the duration of these restrictions. The applicable tolerances provided under 7.26 of the Regulations pursuant to the Commercial Transport Act shall apply. Violators of the regulations and restrictions will be prosecuted. The public, trucking and transportation companies should govern themselves accordingly.


 

 

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