California Trucking Regulations - Coast 2 Coast Trucking Permits

Colorado State Regulations

Permit Types

Permit Validity

5 Days

Transportation Restrictions


Travel restricted any time on Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day.

Travel is allowed on New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.  However, if any holiday falls on a Saturday, travel restricted on the previous Friday, and if the holiday falls on a Sunday, travel restricted on the following Monday.

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In the Cripple Creek area, travel restricted on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, and New Year’s Day during the hours of 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM on the following routes:

  • SH 24 between SH 67 at Divide and Woodland Park
  • SH 67 between SH 24 at Divide and Cripple Creek.

Travel restricted during inclement weather and adverse road conditions such as water, ice, and snow reducing actual lane widths, and visibility is less than 1,000 lbs.

Denver Area – Travel restricted 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM and 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Pueblo Area – Travel restricted 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM and 4:00 pm – 6:00 PM

Central City – Travel Restricted 3:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Coast 2 Coast Trucking Permits Across the USA

Operating Time

Varies per permit

Weekend Travel

Travel is permitted Saturday and Sunday

Transportation Requirements

USA & Canada Pilots - Coast 2 Coast Trucking Permits
365 Nationwide & Canada Pilots - Coast 2 Coast Trucking Permits


Anything over Routine Issue dimensions requires special approval by the DOT.

Oversize Load Signs

“Oversize Load” signs required for any oversize transport.


Red flags are required at the end of any overhang over 4’. At night, a red light is required at the end of overhang over 4’.

Routine Issues

Single Axle22,000-27,000 lbs.
Tandem Group42,000-50,000 lbs.
Tridem Group55,000-65,000 lbs.
Quad GroupUp to 72,000 lbs.
Gross Weight200,000 lbs.
Length110′ On Mountainous 2 Lane Highways
Length120′ On All Non-Mountainous 2 Lane Highways
Length130′ On All 4-Lane Highways
Overhang25′ Front | 35′ Rear

Maximum permitted weights depend on route classification and axle spacings

Escort Requirements

Blue Routes
Width 8’6″ up to 11′1 Rear
Width 11′ – 13′2 (Front & Rear)
Yellow Routes
Width 11′ up to 13′1 Front
Width 13′ – 15′2 (Front & Rear)
Green Routes
Width 13′ up to 15′1 Rear – 4-Lane Highways
Width 15′ – 17′2 (Front & Rear) – 2-Lane Highways
Width 15′ – 17′1 Rear – 4-Lane Highways
White Routes
Width 15′ – 17′1 Rear
Length 85′ up to 110′1 Front – Mountainous 2-Lane Highways
Length 110′ -115′1 Front – 2-Lane Highways
Length Over 115′1 Rear – 4-Lane Highways
Height Over 16′1 Front with High Pole
Front Overhang Over 15′1 Front
Rear Overhang Over 25′1 Rear
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