MTO announced Reduced Load Restrictions will be lifted on all designated highways in Area 1, Zone 1A, Zone 1B and all Local Roads Boards Roads at 11:59 p.m. E.S.T Friday, May 17, 2019.
Quebec announced key changes to its weights and dimensions regulations that will allow automatic lift axles on semi-trailers, and the use of Long Combination Vehicles (LCVs) on Sundays and during the winter.
CTA was recently asked to submit comments to the Regulatory Reconciliation and Cooperation Table (RCT), a forum established by the Canadian Free Trade Agreement to reconcile regulatory measures that act as a barrier to trade
MTO has posted a series of proposals to the Regulatory Register to address technological advancements in vehicle equipment and components as well as further harmonizing Ontario’s weights and dimensions regime with neighbouring jurisdictions.
Despite what the Ontario Trucking Association says was a misguided decision by City of Thunder Bay council to approve a new truck route, OTA continues to try and sway decision makers into at least amending its plan.
Posted Thursday April 18, 2019 in Infrastructure
MTO says work will begin on Highway 417 to construct a new Nicholas Street Bridge, asphalt resurfacing and to convert existing Transit Priority Lanes on Highway 417 mainline / ramps / intersections to general use lanes in Ottawa.