Economic Impact of Heavy Loads On the Highway Infrastructure

Brad W. Rister, R. Clark Graves & David L. Allen
During the 1986 General Assembly the Extended-Weight Coal Haul Road System was created by the Kentucky State Legislature. This system was defined to include those highways where more than 50,000 tons of coal had been hauled during the previous year. Trucks hauling coal on the extended-weight system were authorized to exceed the normal weights limits through the payment of an annual decal fee. In efforts to identify the benefactors of the extended coal haul system...
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