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Yukon Road Conditions

(307)772-0824/ (888)WYO-ROAD-Road conditions

http://www.511yukon.ca/en/  (Road conditions & construction map)


YUKON PILOT CAR REGULATIONS
When Permit Is Needed

Length/height/weight: determined by routes traveled


Special Information Needed

NA


Times Of Movement

Sunrise to sunset: Travel on holidays allowed unless stated in permit. Saturday & Sunday movement allowed unless denied by permit.


Restrictions

Determined on a case-by-case basis & are written on permit

Spring weight restrictions aren’t at the same time each year–they are determined by the weather.  Weights & times will be posted when restrictions are in effect.


When Pilot/Escort Vehicle is Required

















Requirements for Pilot/Escort Vehicle

Vehicle must be registered private motor vehicle or truck, weight not to exceed 19,800 lbs.

Lights: At least 1 roof light capable of being seen at least 328’ in normal daylight. Lights are required at night.

Signs: “D” sign, “Wide Load” sign or “Long Load” sign. Escorts of oversize loads should have “Wide Load” or “Long Load” sign. Escorts of overwidth and overlength load should use the “Wide Load” sign.

*Contact the Department of Highways and Public Works for specific reauirements on sign construction.

Flags: Red flags placed on all 4 corners or projections of the vehicle, at least 1’ square are required on all overwidth and overlength vehicles & loads during daylight hours.  Requirements for pilot cars not noted.

Additional equipment: 2-way radio communication required between all vehicles when 2 escorts are used.


Requirements for Pilot/Escort Vehicle Operator

None noted.


Dept. of Highways & Public Works-Office Hours:  24/7; PT
PO Box 2703 (W-17)

Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6

(867) 667-5832; in Yukon-(800) 661-0408, local-5832

Fax: (867)667-3608

http://www.hpw.gov.yk.ca/pdf/TOC_Commercial_Vehicle_Handbook.pdf


Weigh Stations

Whitehorse-Head Office

Km 1420.4 Alaska Highway

Hours of operation: 24/7

(867) 667-5729; Fax-(867) 393-6408

Email: weighstation.whitehorse@gov.yk.ca


Watson Lake

Km 976.0 Alaska Highway

Hours of operation: 24/7

Phone: (867)536-7400; Fax: (867) 536-7577

Email: weighstation.watsonlake@gov.yk.ca


Haines Junction

Kim 0.5 Haines Road

Hours of operation:  unmanned unless indicated

Phone: (867) 667-5729; Fax: (867)393-6408

Email: weighstation.whitehorse@gov.yk.ca


Cassiar Junction

Jct. Of Alaska Hwy & Stewart-Cassiar Hwy

(Entrance off Stewart-Cassiar Hwy

Hours of operation: unmanned unless indicated

Phone: (867)536-7400; Fax: (867) 536-7577

Email: weighstation.watsonlake@gov.yk.ca



Dimensions

# Escorts

10’6”-12’6” W

1

Over 12’6” W

2 (Front & Rear)

85’5”-101’8” L

1

101’9” & over

2 (Front & Rear)

Overhang over 9’10” beyond turning axis


Rear overhang over 21’4” beyond last axle

1

Overhang is beyond center line on curve

2 (Front & Rear)

Excessive height (case-by-case)

1

Unique loads: over 101’9” & 16’ wide

Police