17 AAC 35.030 - Application; permit issuance

(a) An applicant for an industrial use highway permit shall submit a completed application to the department as required in 17 AAC 35.020(e) and (f). All terms of the application, and representations of the applicant made on the application, are incorporated by reference into the permit issued regardless of whether the permit specifically states those terms or representations.
(b) In the application the applicant shall state
(1) the vehicles to be used under the permit, including their horsepower rating, number of axles, and braking power;
(2) the gross vehicle weight and length, including load, for each vehicle to be used under the permit;
(3) the number of movements to be made over the route if the application is for multiple movements;
(4) the frequency of the movements, on a weekly basis, if the application is for multiple movements;
(5) the duration of operations if the application is for multiple movements; and
(6) any additional information necessary to evaluate the application which the department requests from the applicant.
(c) The department will, in writing, either grant or deny the permit, and will, in its discretion, in writing, impose limitations upon operations under the permit, consistent with the state's best interests, to limit or prevent damage to the route, to ensure the safety of other users of the route, or to require that operations occur during off-peak traffic hours.
(d) A permit is valid for 365 days after the date of its issuance, unless some shorter period is stated in the permit.
(e) An aggrieved applicant may appeal the denial of a permit, or the imposition of limitations, under 17 AAC 35.090.
(f) The commissioner will, in the commissioner's discretion, delegate to another state agency the responsibility for the issuance of industrial use highway permits and the collection of industrial use highway permit fees under 17 AAC 35.050.

Notes

17 AAC 35.030
Eff. 11/1/87, Register 104

By an agreement executed between the commissioner of the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities and the commissioner of the Department of Commerce and Economic Development, the authority to issue industrial use highway permits and collect industrial use highway permit fees has been delegated to the division of measurement standards of the Department of Commerce and Economic Development under the authority of 17 AAC 35.030(f). Permit applications may be obtained from the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities at the maintenance and operations offices designated for the particular industrial use highway or from the division of measurement standards located at 12050 Industrial Way, Bldg. O, Suite 6, Anchorage, Alaska. The division of measurement standards may be contacted at the toll free number of (800) 478-7636. Completed applications must either be returned to the division of measurement standards at that location or mailed to P.O. Box 111686, Anchorage, Alaska 99511.

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