Cross Reference—As to load restrictions, see sch. VII; as to use of streets prohibited to commercial vehicles, see sch. VIII.
[CC 1976 §380.010; Ord. No. 754 §18.1, 1-31-1961]
When signs are erected giving notice thereof, no person shall operate any vehicle with a gross weight in excess of the amounts specified in Schedule VII at any time upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in said Schedule VII attached to and made a part of this Title.
[CC 1976 §380.020; Ord. No. 754 §18.2, 1-31-1961; Ord. No. 2892 § I, 9-12-2017]
Definitions. As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE
- A motor vehicle designed or regularly used for carrying freight and merchandise, or more than eight passengers but not including vanpools or shuttle buses.
When signs are erected giving notice thereof, no person shall operate any commercial motor vehicle at any time, upon any of the streets or parts of streets described in Schedule VIII, attached to and made a part of this Title, except that such vehicles may only be operated thereon for the purpose of making deliveries to and from residents, and then may only do so by accessing and utilizing the roadways representing the shortest and most direct route while making such delivery.
[CC 1976 §380.030; Ord. No. 754 §18.3, 1-31-1961]
The City Traffic Engineer is hereby authorized to determine and designate those heavily traveled streets upon which shall be prohibited the use of the roadway by motor-driven cycles, bicycles, horse-drawn vehicles or other non-motorized traffic and shall erect appropriate signs giving notice thereof.
When signs are so erected giving notice thereof, no person shall disobey the restrictions stated on such signs.