Mass pike overweight restrictions at mile marker 36

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  2. booley

    booley Road Train Member

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    I saw them starting to put up some of the signs yesterday and couldn’t figure out what the deal was…
    We’ve had a few oversize/overweight loads routed over their detour and most of the over width stuff gets routed that way because of the lane limitations on the bridge.
    Thanks for posting!
     
  3. stwik

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    Before we got dumb and decided to run through Connecticut instead of taking the NY Thru-way to the Pike.... well, that was the route for us. It's nothing on 5 axles but it can be a little bit of a PITA on 7/8 axles, specifically the left turn from US-20 to 202 in Westfield, especially when they were doing construction on the railroad overpass and had a concrete barrier up. Nothing like putting a 12' wide into oncoming in Mass. They're fearless and dumb.
     
  4. booley

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    Looks like I’m going that way tomorrow. Eastbound, stretched out and heavy
    Yippee
     
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