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SECONDARY HIGHWAY RESTRICTIONS (86KB PDF File)

TRAVEL LANE RESTRICTIONS

UCA 41-6a-702

Left Lane Travel Restrictions

A person may not operate a vehicle in the left-most lane or High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes if:

  • Vehicle is drawing a trailer or semi-trailer regardless of size, or
  • Vehicle or combination of vehicle has a gross vehicle weight of 12,001 or more pounds.
  • Left most lane when three or more lanes exist in the direction of travel.

Right Lane Travel Restrictions

  • Permitted non-divisible vehicles shall be driven in the right-most lane of traffic, except where the right lane must exit.
  • When overtaking and passing another vehicle, permitted non-divisible vehicles shall be driven to the immediate left of the right-most lane returning to the right most lane as soon as feasible.
  • If right-most lane is designated as an “auxiliary” lane, vehicles shall operate in the center lane until the auxiliary” lane ends.

WEATHER TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

49 CFR 392.14

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-11

CURFEW CONGESTION AREA TIMES AND RESTRICTIONS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-12

HOLIDAY TRAVEL

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-13

SNOW PLOW OPERATIONS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-31

PILOT ESCORT PROVISIONS AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-18

OVERSIZE NON-DIVISIBLE LOAD PROVISIONS REQUIRING POLICE ESCORTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-19

STRATEGIC HIGHWAY NETWORK (STRAHNET) NATIONAL DEFENSE HIGHWAY SYSTEM

72-7-401(3)(a)