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Heavy vehicles (over 8000 kg GVW/12.5 m long) and vehicles carrying dangerous goods must adhere to the Truck Route Network. If the destination cannot be reached directly from a Truck Route, take the most direct and practical road off the nearest Truck Route.

Edmonton Truck Route Map (Front)

Edmonton Truck Route Map (Back)

Posted Bridge Maximum Weight Restriction for Low Level Bridge N/B will be as follows: 28t | 44t | 50t for CS1, CS2, and CS3 truck loads.

Request Edmonton Truck Route Map Hard Copies

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Road Bans

Restricted roadways are posted with signs showing the required axle weight reduction (expressed as a percentage of the licensed axle weight). Consult the Road Bans Listing for current load bans and prohibitions; bans are reviewed seasonally and annually.

  • A spring road ban comes into effect on March 1 and expires on June 1 each year unless a shorter period is designated
  • A seasonal road ban comes into effect on March 1 and expires on December 17 each year unless a shorter period is designated
  • An annual road ban is from January 1 to December 31 (unless otherwise noted)

Note: Exemptions will not be issued for any road bans.

Roads with thin pavement, oiled roads and some gravel roads must be protected by reducing allowable axle weights. A vehicle on a highway is subject to a road ban if the weight of the carrying axle or axle group of the vehicle exceeds the specified percentage axle weight imposed by the road ban.

For More Information

Park and Roads Services

Telephone

311

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