Long Combination Vehicle (LCV) Program
CVOR No. or N.S.C. No.
Primary LCV Contact
Name of Location
Primary Highway and Exit Name/No.
Proposed Route to O/D Location
Length of Route (km)
Name of Engineering Consultant
Name of Municipality (or other road authority)
Name of Carrier Providing Consent
LCV origin/destination (O/D) locations are taken to mean truck terminals, shipper locations or LCV assembly/disassembly yards in close proximity to the primary
LCV network - within approximately 2 km. O/D locations will be considered upon application from an interested proponent. An engineering assessment must
accompany the application for each O/D location for the entire route to and from the primary network (including highway ramps, all turning roadways, intersections,
and entranceways to the O/D location). If a portion of the route was previously approved or will be shared with another proponent, applicants should work together
through the engineering consultant to defray costs. If access to the O/D location involves travel on a municipal roadway or Highway 407 ramp, written consent is
required from a transportation official of the municipality and/or 407/ETR acknowledging they are aware of the engineering assessment and do not object to LCV
travel over the proposed route.
Applications must be submitted electronically, with all required documentation scanned or converted to .pdf (portable document format) files, and sent by e-mail to:
6. Additional Comments/Information
Personal information in this form is collected under the authority of Section 205 of the Highway Traffic Act and is used to evaluate eligibility of conditions of Special
Vehicle Configuration permit(s). Direct enquiries to: Weight & Load Engineer, MTO, Carrier Sanctions & Investigation Office, Oversize/Overweight Permit Section,
301 St. Paul Street, 3rd floor, St. Catharines ON L3R 7R4, 416 246-7166 / 1 800 387-7736.
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