Ohio Turnpike concerns travel restrictions for high-profile cars during a winter storm.
In the midst of a winter storm, Ohio Turnpike problems travel restrictions for high-profile vehicles.
By Crawford County Today Staff, January 13, 2024, at 12:21 a.m.
Currently, Crawford County
River, OH ( CRAWFORD COUNTY NOW)- The Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission has issued a journey ban for all high-profile vehicles in preparation for an impending winter storm. The limitation will be in place from Saturday, January 13, 2024, at 12 a.m. EST until 6 o’clock in the evening on January 13th, 2025, across the whole 241-mile toll road. Cars with a level of more than 7 foot and 6 inches are referred to as high-profile cars.
Until the journey ban is lifted or lifted, the following kinds of vehicles will not be permitted to travel on the Ohio Turnpike:
All enclosed trailers, guests, boats, and high-profile tow-ahead rigs. ( Fifth wheel trailers are not included. )
Professional trucks pulling a single, 53-foot trailer that is empty
trucks for all wireless homes, workplaces, and cattle
all long combination vehicles (LCV ) that have long double-trail combinations that are longer than 90 feet in length. ( Restricted trailers only, such as those made by Conestoga )
All triple-trailer LCV mixtures
Explore the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission site for a full list of the vehicle types that will be allowed to travel on the road during the limitations.