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[Adopted as Ch. 29, Art. I, of the 1986 Code; amended in its entirety 9-21-2010]
By virtue of the Illinois Vehicle Code, the weight of trucks and commercial vehicles operated upon the particular Class A roads hereinafter set forth shall be limited as follows.
A. 
From January 15 until April 15 of each year the operation of trucks and commercial vehicles upon said highways of a gross weight of more than 20,000 pounds shall be prohibited.
B. 
April 15 through January 15.
(1) 
From the period of April 15 to the 15th day of the following January in each year, the operation of the following described trucks and commercial vehicles shall be prohibited on said highways:
(a) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and one rear axle with dual tires, of a gross weight of 32,000 pounds or over.
(b) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and two rear axles with dual tires, of a gross weight of 46,000 pounds or over.
(c) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and three rear axles, including at least one trailer axle, each rear axle having dual tires, of a gross weight of 60,000 pounds or over.
(d) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and four rear axles, including two trailer axles, each rear axle having dual tires, of a gross weight of 72,000 pounds or over.
(2) 
The maximum gross weight of any truck or commercial vehicle shall not exceed 72,000 pounds.
(3) 
The weight referred to above means the overall weight of vehicle and its load.
(4) 
Single flotation-type tires will be recognized in lieu of dual tires if certified equivalent by the manufacturer.
C. 
The highways upon which the operation of said trucks and commercial vehicles of the weights herein set forth are restricted are as follows:
COUNTY HIGHWAY 17 (Cooksville Road): beginning at Route 9 at the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 35, T 24 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 3 1/2 miles to the South Corporate Limits of Cooksville at approximately the SW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 14, T 24 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 21 (Lexington-LeRoy Road): beginning at Illinois Route 165 at the SE corner of Sec. 8, T 24 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly 6 miles to the NW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 9, T 25 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.
By virtue of the Illinois Vehicle Code, the weight of trucks and commercial vehicles operated upon the particular Class B roads hereinafter set forth shall be limited as follows.
A. 
From January 15 until April 15 of each year the operation of trucks and commercial vehicles upon said highways of a gross weight of more than 16,000 pounds shall be prohibited.
B. 
April 15 through January 15.
(1) 
From the period of April 15 to the 15th day of the following January in each year, the operation of the following described trucks and commercial vehicles shall be prohibited on said highways:
(a) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and one rear axle with dual tires, of a gross weight of 32,000 pounds or over.
(b) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and two rear axles with dual tires, of a gross weight of 46,000 pounds or over.
(c) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and three rear axles, including at least one trailer axle, each rear axle having dual tires, of a gross weight of 60,000 pounds or over.
(d) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and four rear axles, including two trailer axles, each rear axle having dual tires, of a gross weight of 72,000 pounds or over.
(2) 
The maximum gross weight of any truck or commercial vehicle shall not exceed 72,000 pounds.
(3) 
The weight referred to above means the overall weight of vehicle and its load.
(4) 
Single flotation-type tires will be recognized in lieu of dual tires if certified equivalent by the manufacturer.
C. 
The Class B highways upon which the operation of said trucks and commercial vehicles of the weights hereinabove set forth is prohibited are as follows:
COUNTY HIGHWAY 3 (Mansfield Road): beginning at the NE corner of Sec. 3, T 21 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M. at Route 136 and extending southerly approximately 2 miles to the SE corner of Sec. 10, T 21 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M. at the Piatt County Line.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 6 (Kappa Road): beginning at the NW corner of Sec. 34, T 26 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. at the Woodford County Line and extending easterly approximately 5 miles to the NE corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 32, T 26 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 8 (Lexington East Road): beginning at Cargill Hybrid Seeds entrance a point near the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 9, T 25 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 10 1/4 miles to the SE corner of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 12, T 25 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. at the Livingston County Line.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 11 (Farmer City Road): beginning at the NE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 4, T 21 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. at Route 136 and extending southerly approximately 2 miles to the SE corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 9, T 21 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. on the DeWitt County Line.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 12 (Hudson Road): beginning at the NE corner of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 20, T 25 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. at the Woodford County Line and extending easterly approximately 5 miles to the NE corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 24, T 25 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M.; also, beginning at the NW corner of Sec. 30, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly to the SE corner of Sec. 20, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. at I-39; also, beginning at the NW corner of Sec. 25, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending 2 miles to the NE corner of Sec. 30, T 25 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.; also, beginning at the NW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 29, T 25 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. extending in an easterly direction approximately 3 1/4 miles to the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 23, T 25 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 15 (Sabina Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 33, T 22 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. at Route 136 and extending northerly and easterly approximately 9 miles to the NE corner of Sec. 28, T 23 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 19 (Chenoa Road): beginning at Old Route 66 near the North Corporate Limit of Chenoa, a point near the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 1, T 26 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending in a northerly direction approximately 1/4 mile to the NW corner of Sec. 1, T 26 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. at the Livingston County Line.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 19 (Chenoa Road): beginning at the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 11, T 25 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly and easterly approximately 7 miles to the Southwest Corporate Limits of Chenoa near the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 12, T 26 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 21 (Horse Farm Road): beginning at the SE corner of Sec. 9, T 21 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. at the DeWitt County Line and extending northerly approximately 2 miles to the NW corner of Sec. 3, T 21 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. at Route 136.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 23 (Meadows Road): beginning near the SE corner of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 7, T 25 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 7 3/4 miles to the NE corner of Sec. 6, T 26 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. at the Livingston County Line.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 27 (South Downs Road): beginning at the SE corner of Sec. 9, T 21 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. at the DeWitt County Line and extending northerly approximately 7 3/4 miles to a point near the SE corner of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 4, T 22 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 28 (Ireland Grove Road): beginning at the NW corner of Sec. 15, T 23 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. at the DeWitt County Line and extending easterly approximately 12 miles to the NE corner of Sec. 16, T 23 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 30 (Old Colonial Road): beginning at approximately the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 26, T 23 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly and northerly approximately 1 3/4 miles to U.S. Route 150 to a point near the NE corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 24, T 23 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 34 (Shirley Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 34, T 23 N, R 1 W and extending easterly and northerly approximately 8 miles to the SW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 35, T 23 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. at Old Route 66; also, beginning at the intersection of CH 41 and CH 34 a point near the SW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 36, T 23 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 2 1/4 miles to the SE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 32, T 23 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 36 (Funks Grove Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 10, T 22 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 12 3/4 miles to a point approximately 600 feet north of the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 9, T 22 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. at U.S. Route 51; also, (Thomascraft Road) beginning at the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 33, T 23 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. at U.S. Route 150 and extending easterly approximately 5 1/2 miles to the SE corner of Sec. 32, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.; also, (Dawson Lake Road) beginning at the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 33, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly and northerly approximately 8 3/4 miles to the NE corner of Sec. 28, T 23 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 40 (Rock Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 16, T 22 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 6 1/2 miles to the NE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 21, T 22 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 45 (Waynesville Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 8, T 21 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. at the DeWitt County Line and extending northerly approximately 1 3/4 miles to a point near the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 5, T 21 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. approximately 1/4 mile south of U.S. Route 136.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 49 (Carlock-Secor Road): beginning near the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 20, T 25 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. at CH 12 (Hudson-Carlock Road) and extending northerly approximately 1/4 mile to the Woodford County Line a point near the NW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 20, T 25 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 55 (Congerville Road): beginning at the SE corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 14, T 24 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. at the West Corporate Limit of the Village of Danvers and extending westerly and northerly approximately 5 1/2 miles to the NW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 27, T 25 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. at the Woodford County Line.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 65 (Sweeney Road): beginning at the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 23, T 25 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly 1/4 mile to the NW corner of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 23, T 25 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. at Old Route 66.
By virtue of the Illinois Vehicle Code, the weight of trucks and commercial vehicles operated upon the particular Class C roads hereinafter set forth shall be limited as follows.
A. 
From January 15 until April 15 of each year the operation of trucks and commercial vehicles upon said highways of a gross weight of more than 20,000 pounds shall be prohibited.
B. 
April 15 through January 15.
(1) 
From the period of April 15 to the 15th day of the following January in each year, the operation of the following described trucks and commercial vehicles shall be prohibited on said highways:
(a) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and one rear axle with dual tires, of a gross weight of 36,000 pounds or over.
(b) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and two rear axles with dual tires, of a gross weight of 50,000 pounds or over.
(c) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and three rear axles, including at least one trailer axle, each rear axle having dual tires, of a gross weight of 64,000 pounds or over.
(d) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and four rear axles, including two trailer axles, each rear axle having dual tires, of a gross weight of 73,280 pounds or over.
(2) 
The maximum gross weight of any truck or commercial vehicle shall not exceed 73,280 pounds.
(3) 
The weight referred to above means the overall weight of vehicle and its load.
(4) 
Single flotation-type tires will be recognized in lieu of dual tires if certified equivalent by the manufacturer.
C. 
The Class C highways upon which the operation of said trucks and commercial vehicles of the weights hereinabove set forth is prohibited are as follows:
COUNTY HIGHWAY 1 (Cropsey Road): beginning at Yates Street in Cropsey near the SE corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 23, T 25 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly and westerly approximately 1 1/4 miles to the NW corner of Sec. 23, T 25 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 5 (Saybrook-Bellflower Road): beginning at the North Corporate Limits of Bellflower at the approximate NW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 21, T 22 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 5 1/4 miles to the South Corporate Limits at Saybrook at the SE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 28, T 23 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 7 (Anchor Road): beginning at IL Route 9 at the SE corner of Sec. 32, T 24 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 5 1/2 miles to the South Corporate Limits of Anchor at the NE corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 5, T 24 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 8 (Comlara Park Road): beginning at the Woodford County Line near the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 6, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 2 miles to the west on/off ramps of I-39 near the NE corner of Sec. 8, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 8 (P.J. Keller Highway): beginning near the SE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 1, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. at the entrance to the City of Bloomington Filtration Plant located on the west side of Lake Bloomington and extending easterly approximately 7 1/2 miles to the west on/off ramps of I-55 near the SW corner of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 12, T 25 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 12 (Hudson East Road): beginning at the East Corporate Limits of Hudson a point near the NW corner of Sec. 27, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending in an easterly direction for 2 miles to the NE corner of Sec. 26, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 13 (Colfax Road): beginning at approximately the SW corner of Sec. 3, T 24 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 1 mile and northerly 1/4 mile to the South Corporate Limits of Colfax a point near the SE corner of the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 3, T 24 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 14 (Towanda East Road): beginning at the intersection of Jefferson and Hely Streets in Towanda a point near the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec. 5, T 24 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly and southerly 4 3/4 miles to a point near the SE corner of Sec. 11, T 24 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. at IL Route 165.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 15 (Colfax Road): beginning at the SE corner of Sec. 33, T 24 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. at IL Route 9 and extending in a northerly direction approximately 5 1/4 miles to the NE corner of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 4, T 24 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. at IL Route 165.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 18 (Danvers-Yuton Road): beginning at the East Corporate Limits of Danvers at the NW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 24, T 24 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 5 1/4 miles to a point near the NW corner of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 23, T 24 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. (elevator entrance).
COUNTY HIGHWAY 21 (Lexington-LeRoy Road): beginning near the NE corner of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 20, T 22 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. at U.S. Route 150 in LeRoy and extending in a northerly direction approximately 7 3/4 miles to the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 9, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.; also, beginning at IL Route 9 at the SE corner of Sec. 32, T 24 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 4 miles to IL Route 165 near the NE corner of Sec. 17, T 24 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 24 (Sec. V): beginning at the NW corner of Sec. 6, T 23 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. at the Tazewell County line and extending easterly approximately 4 miles to IL Route 122 at the NE corner of Sec. 3, T 23 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 29 (Gillum Road): beginning at the NW corner of Sec. 8, T 22 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 2 1/4 miles to U.S. Route 150 at the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 29, T 23 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 29 (Towanda-Barnes Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 20, T 24 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 3 1/4 miles to CH 14 a point near the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 5, T 24 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 29 (Towanda-Gridley Road): beginning at approximately the SE corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 31, T 25 N, R 3 E, of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly and easterly approximately 12 miles to the South Corporate Limits of Gridley at the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 9, T 26 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 30 (Old Colonial Road): beginning at the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 21, T 23 N, R 2 E, of the 3rd P.M. at U.S. Route 51 and extending easterly 2 miles to the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 26, T 23 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 31 (Pipeline Road): beginning at CH 12 near the NE corner of Sec. 26, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending in a northerly direction approximately 4 miles to CH 8 near the NE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 12, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd 'P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 32 (Stringtown Road): beginning at the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 21, T 23 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. and extending in an easterly direction approximately 6 1/2 miles to a point near the SE corner of Sec. 21, T 23 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 33 (Comlara Park Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 8, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 1 1/4 miles to CH 8 near the NE corner of Sec. 7, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 34 (Olympia School Road): beginning at the Tazewell County Line near the SW corner of Sec. 31, T 23 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 3 miles to the SE corner of Sec. 33, T 23 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 36 (Downs Road): beginning at the Kickapoo Creek Bridge a point near the NE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 11, T 22 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly 2 1/2 miles to CH 29 a point near the NE corner of Sec. 7, T 22 N, R 3 E, of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 36 (Saybrook Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 22, T 23 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly approximately 5 miles to the SE corner of Sec. 20, T 23 N, R 6 E near the Saybrook Corporate Limits.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 37 (Linden Street): beginning at Northtown Road a point near the SE corner of Sec. 9, T 24 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending in a northerly and westerly direction 4 1/4 miles to CH 12 a point near the NW corner of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 28, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 39 (Ropp Road): beginning at CH 70 a point near the SW corner of Sec. 19, T 24 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 8 1/2 miles to Evergreen Lake near the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 7, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 40 (LeRoy School Road): beginning at CH 21 a point near the SW corner of Sec. 16, T 22 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly 6 miles to the SW corner of Sec. 16, T 22 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 59 (Stanford-McLean Road): beginning at U.S. Route 136 near the SE corner of Sec. 34, T 22, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. and extending in a northerly and westerly direction approximately 7 miles to a point near the NE corner of Sec. 4, T 22 N, R 1 W; also, beginning at the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 33, T 23 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly for 2 miles to the NW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 28, T 23 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 63 (Ron Smith Memorial Highway): beginning at CH 31 near the SW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 13, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending in an easterly and northerly direction 4 1/4 miles to a point near the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 6, T 25 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. at CH 8.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 67 (Gridley Road): beginning at the railroad tracks in Gridley and extending northerly 1/4 mile to the Livingston County line near the NW corner of Sec. 3, T 26 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
By virtue of the Illinois Vehicle Code, the weight of trucks and commercial vehicles operated upon the particular Class D roads hereinafter set forth shall be limited as follows.
A. 
The operation of the following described trucks and commercial vehicles shall be prohibited:
(1) 
Types of trucks.
(a) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and one rear axle with dual tires, of a gross weight of 36,000 pounds or over.
(b) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and two rear axles with dual tires, of a gross weight of 50,000 pounds or over.
(c) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and three rear axles, including at least one trailer axle, each rear axle having dual tires, of a gross weight of 64,000 pounds or over.
(d) 
Trucks and commercial vehicles with one front axle and four rear axles, including two trailer axles, each rear axle having dual tires, of a gross weight of 73,280 pounds or over.
(2) 
The maximum gross weight of any truck or commercial vehicle shall not exceed 73,280 pounds.
(3) 
The weight referred to above means the overall weight of vehicle and its load.
(4) 
Single flotation-type tires will be recognized in lieu of dual tires if certified equivalent by the manufacturer.
B. 
The Class D highways upon which the operation of said trucks and commercial vehicles of the weights hereinabove set forth is prohibited are as follows:
COUNTY HIGHWAY 5 (Bellflower Spur): beginning at U.S. Route 136 near the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 33, T 22 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly for 2 1/2 miles to the North Corporate Limits of Bellflower; also, beginning at the South Corporate Limits of Saybrook and extending northerly for approximately 3/8 mile to a point approximately 512 feet north of the railroad crossing (Lincoln Street) of CH 5 in Saybrook.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 7 (Anchor Road): beginning at the South Corporate Limits of Anchor and extending north for approximately 1/2 mile to IL Route 165.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 12 (Hudson Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 21, T 25 N, R 2 E, 3rd P.M. (west on/off ramps of I-39) and extending easterly for 1 mile to the East Corporate Limits of Hudson.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 13 (Colfax Road): beginning at the South Corporate Limits of Colfax and extending northerly approximately 3/4 mile to IL Route 165.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 17 (Cooksville Road): beginning at the South Corporate Limits of Cooksville and extending northerly approximately 1/2 mile to IL Route 165.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 18 (Danvers-Yuton Road): beginning at the intersection of West and North Streets in Danvers and extending easterly for 3/4 mile to the East Corporate Limits of Danvers.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 19 (Chenoa Road): beginning at the South Corporate Limits of Chenoa and extending northerly approximately 1 1/4 miles to Old Route 66 near the North Corporate Limits of Chenoa.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 27 (Downs Road): beginning at Franklin Street in Downs and extending northerly 1/2 mile to U.S. Route 150.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 29 (Towanda-Barnes Road): beginning at the intersection of CH 29 (Jefferson Street) and CH 14 (Hely Street) near the South Corporate Limits of Towanda and extending northerly 1/2 mile to Old Route 66.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 29 (Gridley Road): beginning at the South Corporate Limits of Gridley and extending north 1/4 mile to U.S. Route 24 in Gridley.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 34 (Shirley Road): beginning at the SE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 32, T 23 N, R 2 E, of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly 1 mile to the SE corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 33, T 23 N, R 2 E, of the 3rd P.M. at U.S. Route 51; also, beginning at Old Route 66 a point near the SE corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 35, T 23 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly 1/2 mile to the intersection of CH 34 and CH 41 a point near the NE corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 36, T 23 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 36 (Downs Road): beginning at the NW corner of Sec. 8, T 22 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. (intersection of CH 29 and CH 36) and extending easterly 1 1/2 miles to the intersection of CH 36 and CH 27; also, beginning at the intersection of Seminary and Washington Streets in Downs and extending easterly 1/2 mile to U.S. Route 150.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 36 (Saybrook Road): beginning at the West Corporate Limits of Saybrook a point near the SE corner of Sec. 20, T 23 N, R 6 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending easterly 1/2 mile to the Saybrook slab.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 41 (Funk Farm Road): beginning at the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 13, T 22 N, R 1 E, 3rd P.M. and extending northerly 3 1/2 miles to CH 34 (Shirley Road) near the I-55 overpass at Shirley.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 44 (McLean Road): beginning at the intersection of U.S. Route 136 and West Street in McLean and extending northerly 1/2 mile thence westerly 1/2 mile to CH 59 a point near the SW corner of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 35, T 22 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 45 (Waynesville Road): beginning at the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 5, T 21 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly 1/4 mile to U.S. Route 136.
COUNTY ROAD 53 (Washington Street in Carlock): beginning at the east on/off ramps of I-74 at Carlock and extending easterly 1/4 mile to U.S. Route 150 in Carlock.
COUNTY ROAD 55 (Congerville Road): beginning at the West Corporate Limits of Danvers and extending easterly 1/2 mile to the intersection of West Street (CH 53) and North Street (CH 18) in Danvers.
COUNTY ROAD 59 (Stanford-McLean Road): beginning at the NW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 28, T 23 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly 1/2 mile to Main Street in Stanford.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 67 (Gridley Road): beginning at the intersection of Ford Street (CH 67) and U.S. Route 24 and extending northerly 1/4 mile to the railroad tracks in Gridley.
By virtue of the Illinois Vehicle Code, the weight of trucks and commercial vehicles operated upon the particular Class III roads hereinafter set forth shall be limited as follows.
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The operation of trucks and commercial vehicles upon said highways of a gross weight of more than 80,000 pounds as provided for in 625 ILCS 5/15-111 shall be prohibited.
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The Class III highways upon which the operation of said trucks and commercial vehicles of the weights hereinabove set forth is prohibited are as follows:
COUNTY HIGHWAY 1 (Cropsey Road): beginning at IL Route 165 and extending northerly to Yates Street in Cropsey.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 8 (Lake Spur): beginning at I-39 and extending easterly to Lake Bloomington Dam.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 8 (Lexington Road): beginning at I-55 and extending easterly to Cargill Hybrid Seeds entrance.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 13 (Colfax-Weston Road): beginning at IL Route 165 in Colfax at the SE corner of Sec. 34, T 25 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 13 miles to the Livingston County Line at the NE corner of Sec. 3, T 26 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 15 (Arrowsmith Road): beginning at IL Route 9 and extending southerly approximately 4 miles to the SW corner of Sec. 22, T 23 N, R 5 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 17 (Ellsworth Road): beginning at the SE corner of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Sec. 26, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 4 1/4 miles to IL Route 9 a point near the NW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 2, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 18 (Danvers-Yuton Road): beginning at the Yuton Elevator entrance off CH 18 west of the railroad tracks and extending easterly for 1/4 mile to Whiteoak Road (CH 70).
COUNTY HIGHWAY 21 (Horse Farm Road): beginning at the SE corner of Sec. 33, T 22 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. at U.S. Route 136 and extending northerly and westerly approximately 2 1/2 miles to the LeRoy Spur near the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 29, T 22 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 21 (Lexington-LeRoy Road): beginning at IL Route 9 and extending southerly approximately 1 1/2 miles to the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 9, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 25 (Holder Road): beginning at the railroad near the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 18, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly 2 1/2 miles to IL Route 9.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 25 (Holder Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 18, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending northerly approximately 1/2 mile to the railroad tracks at Holder near the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 18, T 23 N, R 4 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 29 (Towanda-Barnes Road): beginning at U.S. Route 150 and extending northerly 6 3/4 miles to Ft. Jesse Road.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 29 (Towanda-Barnes Road): beginning at the I-55 interchange and extending north approximately 2,150 feet to Reeve’s Farm north entrance.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 29 (Gillum Road): beginning at the SW corner of Sec. 32, T 22 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M. at U.S. Route 136 and extending northerly approximately 5 miles to the NW corner of Sec. 8, T 22 N, R 3 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 31 (Pipeline Road): beginning at Ziebarth Road near the SW corner of Sec. 1, T 24 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M. and extending in a northerly direction approximately 3 miles to CH 12 near the NE corner of Sec. 26, T 25 N, R 2 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 32 (Stringtown Road): beginning at Covell Road (CH 43) and extending easterly to Old Route 66 a distance of 3.15 miles.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 36 (Downs Road): beginning at U.S. Route 51 and extending easterly 2 miles to the Kickapoo Creek Bridge.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 43 (Covell Road): beginning at IL Route 9 and extending southerly to Stringtown Road (CH 32) a distance of 4.03 miles.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 53 (Danvers-Carlock Road): beginning at the intersection of West Street (CH 53) and North Street (CH 18) in the Village of Danvers near the SW corner of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Sec. 14, T 24 N, R 1 W of the 3rd P.M. and extending in a northerly and easterly direction approximately 5 1/4 miles to the east on/off ramps of I-74 at Carlock near the SW corner of the NE 1/4 of Sec. 31, T 25 N, R 1 E of the 3rd P.M.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 59 (Stanford-McLean Road): beginning at Main Street in Stanford and extending northerly 1/2 mile to IL Route 122.
COUNTY HIGHWAY 70 (Whiteoak Road): beginning at the intersection of Locust Street and Whiteoak Road (CH 70) and extending northwesterly for 4 1/2 miles to the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Sec. 13. T 24 N, R 1 E 3rd P.M. the intersection with new U.S. Route 150.
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It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to operate any truck or commercial vehicle upon the highways hereinabove designated, which truck or commercial vehicle exceeds the gross weights hereinabove set forth during the restricted periods contained herein, in violation of this article.
B. 
Any person, firm or corporation duly found to be in violation of any of the terms and provisions hereof shall be guilty of a petty offense, with a penalty of a fine not to exceed $500.
The County Engineer shall erect or cause to be erected and maintained signs designating by word or symbol the weight limitation imposed by this article at each portion of highway affected thereby.
The provisions of this article shall not apply to fire apparatus or to vehicles operating under the terms of a special grant permit.