§ 190.5. Revocation of Letter of Local Determination.

 (a)  If the Department determines that over-posted-weight vehicle or hauling activity for which a Letter of Local Determination has been issued is likely to or has caused damage to a posted highway, the Department may revoke the Letter of Local Determination in a manner consistent with §  189.3(b) (relating to local traffic).

 (b)  A Letter of Local Determination issued under §  190.3(b)(1)(i) (relating to local traffic and Letters of Local Determination) will be revoked if the bonding of a road by unconventional oil and gas development companies specified in the Letter of Local Determination terminates. This subsection does not prohibit the hauler from applying for a subsequent Letter of Local Determination under §  190.3(b)(1)(ii) or (2).

 (c)  A hauler who has had a Letter of Local Determination revoked may apply for a permit under Chapter 189 (relating to hauling in excess of posted weight limit).



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