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Sec. 4. (a) In addition to the highways established and designated as heavy duty highways under section 1 of this chapter, the following highways are designated as extra heavy duty highways:
(1) Highway 41, from 129th Street in Hammond to Highway 312.
(2) Highway 312, from Highway 41 to State Road 912.
(3) Highway 912, from Riley Road in East Chicago to the U.S. 20 interchange.
(4) Highway 20, from Clark Road in Gary to Highway 39.
(5) Highway 12, from one-fourth ( 1/4 ) mile west of the Midwest Steel entrance to Highway 249.
(6) Highway 249, from Highway 12 to Highway 20.
(7) Highway 12, from one and one-half (1 1/2 ) miles east of the Bethlehem Steel entrance to Highway 149.
(8) Highway 149, from Highway 12 to a point thirty-six hundredths (.36) of a mile south of Highway 20.
(9) Highway 39, from Highway 20 to the Michigan state line.
(10) Highway 20, from Highway 39 to Highway 2.
(11) Highway 2, from Highway 20 to Highway 31.
(12) Highway 31, from the Michigan state line to Highway 23.
(13) Highway 23, from Highway 31 to Olive Street in South Bend.
(14) Highway 35, from South Motts Parkway thirty-four hundredths (.34) of a mile southeast to the point where Highway 35 intersects with the overpass for Highway 20/Highway 212.
(15) State Road 249 from U.S. 12 to the point where State Road 249 intersects with Nelson Drive at the Port of Indiana.
(16) State Road 912 from the 15th Avenue and 169th Street interchange one and six hundredths (1.06) miles north to the U.S. 20 interchange.
(17) U.S. 20 from the State Road 912 interchange three and seventeen hundredths (3.17) miles east to U.S. 12.
(18) U.S. 6 from the Ohio state line to State Road 9.
(19) U.S. 30 from Allen County/Whitley County Line Road (also known as County Road 800 East) to State Road 9.
(20) State Road 9 from U.S. 30 to U.S. 6.
(21) State Road 39 from Interstate 80 to U.S. 20.
(22) State Road 3 north from U.S. 6 to U.S. 20, U.S. 20 west from State Road 3 to State Road 9, State Road 9 north from U.S. 20 to the Michigan state line. However, the total gross weight, with load, of a vehicle or combination of vehicles operated with a special weight permit on these highways may not exceed ninety thousand (90,000) pounds.
(23) Highway 912, at an intersection approximately thirty hundredths (.30) of a mile southwest of the intersection of Dickey Road and Riley Road in East Chicago. The total gross weight, with load, of a vehicle or combination of vehicles operated with a special weight permit on this highway may not exceed two hundred sixty-four thousand (264,000) pounds.
(b) This section expires on the later of the following dates:
(1) The date on which rules described in section 1(c)(1) of this chapter are finally adopted.
(2) December 31, 2014.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 9. Motor Vehicles § 9-20-5-4 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-9-motor-vehicles/in-code-sect-9-20-5-4/
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