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In deciding to permanently adopt a recent pilot program, Idaho is implementing July 1 a law that will allow trucks weighing up to 129,000 pounds on some roads.
If the provision makes it through to final legislation, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration would have to do a field study of the restart rule.
A bipartisan amendment to require a study of the impact of heavier truck weight limits was approved.
Law would offer each state the authority to open portions of its Interstate network to six-axle trucks that can ship more freight.
CSA rankings, a weight pilot program, use of heavier trucks and a new hours rule proposal are among the industry news items featured.
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Bill includes 1-year program granting heavier trucks greater use of Interstate highways in Maine and Vermont.
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