The following bridge and culvert restrictions resources have been developed to help you quickly identify bridge and culvert restrictions for:
These resources are updated regularly and it is your responsibility to ensure you are up-to-date with the current list of bridge and culvert restrictions that apply to your vehicle type.
You are required to check the Conditions of Operations Database prior to commencing your journey for additional restrictions.
Please note: A single point has been chosen to represent each bridge and culvert—this may not correspond with the entire length of each bridge or culvert. Visit QLDTraffic for up-to-date traffic, road closures and conditions that may affect your journey.
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Download a PDF or KMZ version of category 1 (IAP) bridge and culvert restrictions
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Download a PDF or KMZ version of category 2 (IAP) bridge and culvert restrictions
Following the National Oversize and Overmass (OSOM) review, Class 1 oversize and overmass load carrying vehicle permit durations have now increased to 12 months.
Download KMZ version of Class 1 oversize and overmass load carrying vehicles bridge and culvert restrictions
2-axle prescribed special purpose vehicles and 2-axle articulated steering cranes operating under National Class 1 Special Purpose Vehicle Notice.
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Download KMZ version of 2-axle prescribed special purpose vehicles and 2-axle articulated steering cranes bridge and culvert restrictions
3-axle articulated steering cranes operating under National Class 1 Special Purpose Vehicle (up to 40t) Mass and Dimension Exemption Notice.
3-axle articulated steering cranes may also be referred to as '3-axle Pick and carry cranes'.
Note: 3-axle all terrain or city cranes are not permitted to operate under the National Class 1 Special Purpose Vehicle (up to 40t) Mass and Dimension Exemption Notice in Queensland.
Download KMZ version of 3-axle articulated steering cranes bridge and culvert restrictions
Information used in the interactive Google map's and KMZ files have been generated from the current lists of bridge and culvert restrictions for Category 1 (IAP) and Category 2 (IAP) special purpose vehicles and Class 1 oversize and overmass load carrying vehicles.
These files have been made available to assist you in identifying restricted bridges or culverts on your planned route.
Your Class 1 OSOM Permit refers to current list of bridge and culvert restrictions for category 1 (IAP) special purpose vehicles and current list of bridge and culvert restrictions for category 2 (IAP) special purpose vehicles, these lists are regularly updated. Once the lists are updated previous versions of the KMZ files should be replaced with the latest versions.
Your Class 1 oversize and overmass permit also refers to the Conditions of Operation Database which is regularly updated.
It is your responsibility to ensure you are using up-to-date information when planning your route and identifying restrictions that apply to your journey.
This file is intended to be used with mapping software, for example, Google Earth or Near Maps.
The file is to be used as a quick assessment only and should not be relied upon as the definitive source of structures. The locations shown on the map may appear slightly adjacent to or near to the actual structure on the map for reasons of geocoding and coordinate systems. Reasonable judgement should be used in determining the actual structure being considered.
When opened with mapping software, this file will enable you to overlay bridge and culvert restrictions onto your planned route. This will assist you in identifying restricted structures.
If you use mapping software for route planning this overlay will not prevent the software from planning a route over one of the structures.
If you have any difficulties opening the file email: email@example.com and the Intelligent Access Program team will be able to help.
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