SENATE BILL NO. 1390

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S1390.....................................................by TRANSPORTATION
MOTOR CARRIERS - Amends existing law relating to special pilot project
routes for certain motor carriers to update the descriptions of pilot
project routes designated for permitted use by motor carriers with a
maximum gross weight not exceeding one hundred twenty-nine thousand pounds.

02/08    Senate intro - 1st rdg - to printing
02/11    Rpt prt - to Transp
02/22    Rpt out - rec d/p - to 2nd rdg
02/25    2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg
02/26    3rd rdg - PASSED - 33-1-1
      AYES -- Andreason, Bair, Bastian, Bilyeu, Broadsword, Burkett,
      Cameron, Coiner, Corder, Darrington, Davis, Fulcher, Gannon, Geddes,
      Goedde, Hammond, Heinrich, Hill, Kelly, Keough, Langhorst, Little,
      Lodge, Malepeai(Sagness), McGee, McKague, McKenzie, Pearce,
      Richardson, Siddoway, Stegner, Stennett, Werk
      NAYS -- Schroeder
      Absent and excused -- Jorgenson
    Floor Sponsor - McGee
    Title apvd - to House
02/27    House intro - 1st rdg - to Transp
03/05    Rpt out - rec d/p - to 2nd rdg
03/06    2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg
03/11    3rd rdg - PASSED - 67-0-3
      AYES -- Anderson, Andrus, Barrett, Bayer, Bedke, Bell, Bilbao, Black,
      Block, Bock, Boe, Bolz, Bowers, Brackett, Bradford, Chadderdon,
      Chavez, Chew, Clark, Collins, Crane, Durst, Eskridge, Hagedorn, Hart,
      Harwood, Henbest, Henderson, Jaquet, Killen, King, Kren, Labrador,
      Lake, LeFavour, Loertscher, Luker, Mathews, McGeachin, Mortimer,
      Moyle, Nielsen, Nonini, Pasley-Stuart, Patrick, Pence, Raybould,
      Ringo, Ruchti, Rusche, Sayler, Schaefer, Shepherd(02), Shepherd(08),
      Shirley, Shively, Smith(30), Smith(24), Stevenson, Thayn, Thomas,
      Trail, Vander Woude, Wills, Wood(27), Wood(35), Mr. Speaker
      NAYS -- None
      Absent and excused -- Marriott, Roberts, Snodgrass
    Floor Sponsor - Bedke
    Title apvd - to Senate
03/12    To enrol
03/13    Rpt enrol - Pres signed - Sp signed
03/14    To Governor
03/17    Governor signed
         Session Law Chapter 156
         Effective: 07/01/08

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  ]]]]              LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF IDAHO             ]]]]
 Fifty-ninth Legislature                   Second Regular Session - 2008

                                                                       

                                       IN THE SENATE

                                    SENATE BILL NO. 1390

                                BY TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

  1                                        AN ACT
  2    RELATING TO SPECIAL PILOT PROJECT ROUTES FOR CERTAIN MOTOR CARRIERS;  AMENDING
  3        SECTION  49-1004,  IDAHO CODE, TO UPDATE THE DESCRIPTIONS OF PILOT PROJECT
  4        ROUTES DESIGNATED FOR PERMITTED USE BY MOTOR CARRIERS WITH A MAXIMUM GROSS
  5        WEIGHT NOT EXCEEDING ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE THOUSAND POUNDS.

  6    Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:

  7        SECTION 1.  That Section 49-1004, Idaho Code, be, and the same  is  hereby
  8    amended to read as follows:

  9        49-1004.  PERMITS  FOR OVERWEIGHT OR OVERSIZE LOADS -- SPECIAL PILOT PROJ-
 10    ECT ROUTES AND ANNUAL PERMITS. (1) Upon application in writing to the board or
 11    other proper authorities in charge of, or having jurisdiction over a  highway,
 12    the board or authorities may in their discretion issue a special permit to the
 13    owner  or  operator of any vehicle allowing vehicles or loads having a greater
 14    weight or size than permitted by law to be moved or carried over  and  on  the
 15    highways and bridges.
 16        (a)  Special permits shall be in writing and may limit the time of use and
 17        operation  over the particular highways and bridges which may be traversed
 18        and may contain any special conditions  and  require  any  undertaking  or
 19        other  security  as  the  board or other proper authority shall deem to be
 20        necessary to protect the highways and  bridges  from  injury,  or  provide
 21        indemnity for any injury to highways and bridges or to persons or property
 22        resulting from such operation.
 23        (b)  The  owner  or  operator  of  an overweight or oversize vehicle shall
 24        obtain a  permit,  or  shall  establish  intent  to  obtain  a  permit  by
 25        contacting a permit office and receiving a permit number before moving the
 26        vehicle on the highways.
 27        (c)  All  special permits or evidence of intent to obtain a permit,  shall
 28        be carried in the vehicles to which they refer and shall  upon  demand  be
 29        delivered  for  inspection  to  any peace officer, authorized agent of the
 30        board or any officer or employee charged with the care  or  protection  of
 31        the highways.
 32        (2)  Nonreducible   vehicles   or   combinations   of   vehicles   hauling
 33    nonreducible    loads  at  weights  in  excess  of  those set forth in section
 34    49-1001, Idaho Code, shall pay fees as set forth in this subsection (2).  Such
 35    fees  are  based on the number of axles on the vehicle or combination of vehi-
 36    cles and the total gross weight.

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  1                              Column 1                    Column 2
  2                       Gross weight of vehicle     Gross weight of vehicle
  3    Number of axles      and load in pounds          and load in pounds
  4           2                    40,001                        -
  5           3                    54,001                        -
  6           4                    68,001                        -
  7           5                    80,001                     131,001
  8           6                    97,001                     148,001
  9           7                   114,001                     165,001
 10        (a)  To determine the maximum allowable permit fee for vehicles with more
 11        than seven (7) axles, the table can be extended by adding seventeen  thou-
 12        sand (17,000) pounds to the last listed weight in both columns 1 and 2 for
 13        each added axle.
 14        (b)  Permit  fees for column 1 shall start at four cents (4¢) per mile and
 15        increase four cents (4¢) per mile for each additional two thousand (2,000)
 16        pound increment up to the weight indicated in column 2.  Permit  fees  for
 17        column  2  shall  start  at  one dollar and two cents ($1.02) per mile and
 18        increase seven cents (7¢)  per  mile  for  each  additional  two  thousand
 19        (2,000) pound increment.
 20        (c)  Vehicles operating at weights less than the starting weights per axle
 21        configuration  listed  in  column  1  shall be charged four cents (4¢) per
 22        mile.
 23        (d)  For vehicles operating with axles wider than eight (8) feet  six  (6)
 24        inches  or  axles  with  more than four (4) tires per axle, the fee may be
 25        reduced by the board or other proper authority having jurisdiction over  a
 26        highway.
 27        (3)  It shall be unlawful for any person to violate, or to cause or permit
 28    to  be  violated,  the  limitations  or conditions of special permits and  any
 29    violation shall be deemed for all purposes to be a violation of the provisions
 30    of this chapter.
 31        (4)  An annual special pilot project route permit  authorizing  travel  on
 32    pilot  project  routes shall be issued by the board or may, in its discretion,
 33    be issued by a local public highway agency for operation of  vehicles  with  a
 34    legal  maximum gross weight of at least one hundred five thousand five hundred
 35    one (105,501) pounds  but  not  exceeding  one  hundred  twenty-nine  thousand
 36    (129,000)  pounds.  Such  pilot  project  routes on nonstate and noninterstate
 37    highways shall be determined by the local highway agency for those roads under
 38    its jurisdiction. No local public highway agency shall approve a pilot project
 39    route which provides a thoroughfare for interstate carriers  to  pass  through
 40    the  state. State pilot project routes designated by the legislature and iden-
 41    tified on a map entitled "Designated Pilot Project Routes" are:
 42        (a)  US-20 Montana border to Kimberly to Twin Falls to Nevada using US-20,
 43        US-30, SH-33, US-93, SH-25, SH-50 and SH-74 its junction with SH-33; SH-33
 44        to its junction with US-20; US-20 to its junction with US-93; US-93 to its
 45        junction with SH-25; SH-25 to its junction with SH-50; SH-50 to its  junc-
 46        tion  with  US-30; US-30 to its junction with SH-74; SH-74 to its junction
 47        with US-93; US-93 to the Nevada border.
 48        (b)  US-91 from its junction with SH-34 to the Utah border.
 49        (c)  US-30 from its junction with I-15 to the Wyoming border.
 50        (d)  US-95 south from milepost 66 (Fruitland) to its junction with SH-55.
 51        (e)  SH-19 between from its junction with US-95 (Wilder) and to its  junc-
 52        tion with I-84B (Caldwell).
 53        (f)  SH-78 between from its junction with SH-55 (Marsing) and to its junc-
 54        tion  with  SH-51; SH-51 to its junction with SH-78; SH-78 to its junction
 55        with I-84B (Hammett).

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  1        (g)  SH-67 from its junction with SH-51 (Mountain Home)  to  its  junction
  2        with SH-78 at (Grandview).
  3        (h)  SH-55 from intersection with Farmway Road to junction with US-95.
  4        (i)  SH-25  from  the intersection of its junction with SH-24 to its junc-
  5        tion with SH-27 (Paul).
  6        (j)  SH-25 from intersection with its junction with US-93 to  milepost  27
  7        (Hazelton).
  8        (k)  SH-24 from intersection with US-93 to its intersection with SH-25.
  9        (l)  US-20 from its intersection with New Sweden Road to its junction with
 10        SH-22/33.
 11        (m)  SH-34 from milepost 78 to the junction with US-91.
 12        (n)  US-26  from  its  junction  with US-91 north to its intersection with
 13        Gallatin/West 23rd Street in Idaho Falls.
 14        (o)  US-91 from the intersection with Canyon Road to the junction with US-
 15        26.
 16        (p)  SH-22 from its junction with I-15 northbound ramps  (Dubois)  to  the
 17        its junction with SH-33.
 18        (q)  SH-45  from its junction with SH-78 to intersection its junction with
 19        I-84 business loop; I-84 business loop to intersection its  junction  with
 20        exit 35 (Nampa Boulevard/Northside Boulevard).
 21        (r)  SH-87 from Montana border to junction with US-20.
 22        (s)  SH-33  from  its  junction  with  SH-31 (Victor) to its junction with
 23        SH-33 spur; SH-33 spur to its junction with US-20.
 24        (t)  SH-28 from junction with SH-22 to junction with SH-33.
 25        (u)  SH-38 from milepost 0.689 to milepost 1.318 at Malad.
 26        (v)  SH-27 from its junction with SH-25 at (Paul) to its junction with  I-
 27        84B  (Burley);  I-84B  to  its  junction  with  SH-27; SH-27 to milepost 0
 28        (Oakley).
 29        (w)  SH-81 from its junction with SH-77 (Malta) to its junction with US-30
 30        at (Burley).
 31        (x)  US-30 from junction with SH-81 at Burley to junction  with  SH-50  at
 32        Kimberly.
 33        (y)  US-93  spur  from  junction with US-30 to junction with US-93 at Twin
 34        Falls.
 35        (z)  US-93 from junction with US-93 spur to junction with  US-30  at  Twin
 36        Falls.
 37        (aa) US-30  from  junction  with SH-74 at Twin Falls to junction with I-84
 38        business loop at Bliss.
 39        (bb) US-26 from its junction with SH-75 at (Shoshone) to eastbound exit of
 40        its junction with  I-84  interchange  no.  exit  141  at  westbound  ramps
 41        (Bliss);  I-84 business loop from eastbound exit of its junction with I-84
 42        exit 141 westbound ramps to its junction with US-30 at (Bliss).
 43        (cc) SH-46 spur from its junction with SH-46 at (Wendell) to its  junction
 44        with I-84 interchange no. exit 155 eastbound ramps.
 45        (dd) SH-46  from  its junction with US-20 to its junction with I-84 inter-
 46        change no. exit 157 at eastbound ramps (Wendell.)
 47        (ee) US-20 from junction with US-93 at Carey to junction with  I-84  busi-
 48        ness  loop  at  interchange  95; I-84 business loop from interchange 95 to
 49        junction with SH-51; SH-51 to junction with SH-67.
 50        (ff) SH-51 from junction with SH-67 to junction with SH-78.
 51        (gg) SH-44 from its junction with SH-55 at (Eagle)  to its  junction  with
 52        I-84 interchange no. exit 25 eastbound ramps.
 53        (hh) US-20/26 from its junction with US-95 at (Parma) to its junction with
 54        I-84 interchange no. exit 26 westbound ramps.
 55        (ii) US-20  from  junction with US-33 at Sugar City south to junction with

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  1        US-20 business loop/Holmes Avenue; US-20 business loop/Holmes Avenue south
  2        to junction with US-26/Yellowstone; US-26  from  intersection  with  US-20
  3        business loop/Holmes Avenue south to Gallatin.
  4    Additions or deletions to the approved state pilot project routes specified in
  5    this subsection (4) shall be made only with the approval of the state legisla-
  6    ture.
  7        (5)  An  annual  administrative  permit fee for operating on pilot project
  8    routes at the weights specified in subsection (4) of this section shall be set
  9    by the board  for travel on state pilot project routes and by the local public
 10    highway agency for travel on routes under its jurisdiction, but not to  exceed
 11    a  maximum  of  fifty  dollars ($50.00) per vehicle. The annual administrative
 12    permit fee shall cover administrative costs. Local public highway agencies are
 13    authorized to issue special pilot project permits and such permits shall be in
 14    writing. Administrative permit fees for permits issued by a local public high-
 15    way agency shall be retained by the  local  public  highway  agency  to  cover
 16    administrative costs, and administrative permit fees for permits issued by the
 17    department  shall be retained by the department to cover administrative costs.
 18    In addition to the annual administrative permit fee and the appropriate regis-
 19    tration fee for weights up to one hundred five thousand five hundred (105,500)
 20    pounds, the appropriate vehicle registration fees for weights over one hundred
 21    five thousand five hundred (105,500) pounds shall be calculated and  collected
 22    in  accordance  with  the fee schedules set forth in section 49-432 or 49-434,
 23    Idaho Code.

Statement of Purpose / Fiscal Impact



                       STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

                             RS 17868

This bill makes technical corrections in Section 49-1004, Idaho
Code, clarifying the beginning and end points of the Pilot
Project Routes.



                          FISCAL IMPACT

There is no fiscal impact to the general fund.







Contact  
Name: Roy Eiguren
Phone: 947-7252


STATEMENT OF PURPOSE/FISCAL NOTE                       S 1390