This is a courtesy copy of N.J.A.C. 16:32, the Department of Transportation's rules regarding permitted routes, width restrictions, length
requirements, and access to terminals and other facilities for large trucks. The official version is available from LexisNexis, the publisher
of the New Jersey Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.). Should there be any discrepancies between this courtesy copy and the official version, the
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This is a courtesy copy of the rule adoption as it was submitted to the Office of Administrative Law. The official version appears in
the August 3, 2015 New Jersey Register. Should there be any discrepancies between this courtesy copy and the official
version, the official version will govern. The public comment period for the rule proposal, upon which this adoption is based, ended on April 18, 2015. The Department reviewed and considered the comments as part of the regulation promulgation
process, before adopting these regulations. The Department will continue to work with the Truck Task Force to ensure that the regulations create a unified truck
transportation network and balance federal constitutional mandates with New Jersey's safety, law enforcement and commerce interests.
Myths and Facts Regarding Rule Proposal
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