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Maryland Oversize Permits Phone Number 630-800-3445 for Maryland Oversize Load Permit Regulations, Provision Sheet, Laws, Information of Maryland Annual Single Trip Permits Oversize, Overweight Permit Map, DOT Legal Dimensions, Requirements, Applications, Tire Law, Escort Rules, Cost, Phone Number, Routine for State of Maryland Permits Limits and Escort Requirements, Operating times and Restricted Travel.

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Maryland (MD) Oversize/Overweight Permits: Maryland oversize permits are valid for five travel days, should have a permit before entering the state.

Maryland (MD) Schedule Time for Oversize/Overweight Permits: One-half hour prior to sunrise to one-half hour later sunset, Monday through Friday and Saturday until Noon (see Restricted Travel, below, for some exceptions). Also, beginning April 1, 2013, Maryland started allowing night travel from 9:00 pm to 5:00 am when dimensions do not surpass 12 feet wide, 75 feet long, 14 feet-6 inches high, and 120,000 pounds on routes that are not otherwise restricted. Night travel should be mentioned while applying for the permit. This is recorded as a pilot program so it might change.

RESTRICTED TRAVEL: No movements across any toll facilities are allowed from noon Friday until 9:00 am Monday. This restriction is also applied to all of I-95 from Baltimore to the Delaware line. Over 12 feet wide or over 92,000 pounds can only travel 9:00 am to 3:30 pm (and Saturday until Noon) when on the Capital Beltway I-495/I-95 and Baltimore Beltway I-695. If 14 feet wide or more, travel is only allowed from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm (and Saturday until Noon on any highway. No travel on six major Holidays and Holiday ends of the week (check with the Permit Office).

BALTIMORE CITY: Baltimore permits for the predefined route into or out of Dundalk Marine Terminal have now been included with the Maryland state permit provided the dimensions are under 120,000 pounds, 12 feet wide, 14 feet-6 inches high, and 85 feet long. Loads with other Baltimore destinations or origins, or loads surpassing these dimensions have to be ordered separately from Baltimore City, which is usually slow with a 24-hour (minimum) turn-around time.

Maryland (MD) Oversize/ Overweight Permit Legal Dimensions:

Length:

  • 53 feet semi-trailer on Interstate and designated highways
  • 48 feet trailer on all other roads
  • Trailers over 48 feet are not to surpass 41 feet kingpin to the center of back tandem axles, and not more than 4 feet set back from front of the trailer to kingpin

Overhang:

  • 3 feet front
  • 6 feet back

Width:

  • 8 feet-6 inches Interstate & designated highways
  • 8 feet all other roads

Height: 13 feet-6 inches (over 13 feet-6 inches not allowed on flat-bed).

Weight: 80,000 Pounds Gross

  • Single – 20,000 Pounds
  • Tandem – 34,000 Pounds
  • Tridem – 42,500 Pounds

Maryland (MD) Oversize/ Overweight Routine Permit Limits:

Length: 120 feet

Width: 16 feet

Height: 16 feet (overheight can’t be allowed on a flatbed). Over 14 feet-6 inches now needs a route survey.

Weight: 120,000 Pounds (non-Interstate) to 150,000 Pounds (Interstate)

  • Single – 27,000 Pounds
  • Tandem – 52,000 Pounds
  • Tridem – 63,000 Pounds

Loads surpassing these dimensions are treated as super loads. Over 120,000 pounds gross on any non-Interstate routes is a superload.

Maryland (MD) Oversize/ Overweight  Escort Requirements (PILOT CARS):

Length:

  • Over 85 feet – one escort
  • 140 feet or more – two escorts

Width:

  • Over 13 feet – one escort
  • 14 feet or more – two escorts
  • 16 feet or more – Police escort

Montgomery and Prince George Counties: loads over 12 feet wide on two-lane undivided – two escorts

Height: 14 feet-6 inches or more – one escort with a height pole (some routes might have different requirements), and a route survey must accompany the application.

Weight:

  • Over 120,000 pounds – one civilian escort, and Police escort is required on the entire route if any part of the route is on non-Interstate highways
  • More than 130,000 pounds – Police escort is required even on Interstate-only routes.

MISCELLANEOUS: Construction equipment can have blade or bucket attached up to 12 feet wide. Detached blade and dozer cannot be hauled on same load if it is overweight. The blade has to be hauled separately.

SIGNS, FLAGS & LIGHTS: General: No limitations

Signs: “OVERSIZE LOAD”/”WIDE LOAD” sign w/black letters (8 inches high) on yellow foundation (5 feet x 12 inches)

Lights: 1 yellow oscillating or rotating rooftop light somewhere around 3 inches in diameter; noticeable to front and back; blazing advance notice lights will be utilized when vehicle is voyaging 20 MPH (Miles Per Hour) or not exactly posted speed

Banners: Not specified

Additional Equipment: 2-way radio

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