[CC 2001 §10.04.050(C, E); Ord. No. 2003-17 §1, 11-24-2003; Ord. No. 2007-04 §1, 2-20-2007; Ord. No. 2008-30 §1, 10-14-2008]
Through truck routes. The following streets within the City limits of Bonne Terre are designated as truck routes for trucks or commercial vehicles licensed for over fifteen thousand (15,000) pounds gross vehicle weight while traveling through the City limits of Bonne Terre to a destination not within the City limits.
All of U.S. Highway 67 both northbound and southbound lanes and entrance and exit ramps.
State Route K
State Highway 47
North Division Street, running from School Street to the north City limits
Local truck routes. The following streets within the City limits of Bonne Terre are designated as local truck routes for trucks or commercial vehicles licensed for over fifteen thousand (15,000) pounds gross vehicle weight and used for local delivery within the City limits of Bonne Terre only. These streets may be accessed from the through truck routes listed in Section 1:
North Norwine Street
West DeSoto Road
Oak Street between Church Street and Grove Avenue
South Allen Street between NE Main and Oak Street
NE Main between Young Street and East School Street
Young Street between State Highway 47 and NE Main Street
Hazel Street between Savanna Drive and State Highway 47
Cherry Street between Raider Road and Poplar Street
Old Orchard Road
Stormy Lane between Old Orchard Road and State Route K
Restricted speed limits for commercial motor vehicles at or above fifteen thousand (15,000) pounds gross vehicle weight. All commercial motor vehicles rated at fifteen thousand (15,000) pounds gross vehicle weight or above shall be restricted to a maximum speed limit of fifteen (15) miles per hour. This speed limit shall cover all public roadways within the City limits of Bonne Terre except all lanes of travel of both northbound and southbound on U.S. Highway 67.
Exemptions. The following vehicles are exempt from this speed limit as follows:
All school-owned buses used for transport of students, military vehicles on assignment, emergency vehicles (e.g., fire suppression, police, emergency medical services, Homeland Security and civil defense). All vehicles listed as excluded shall be limited to the normal speed limit posted for the area in which they travel. Emergency vehicles are excluded from the posted speed limit only when responding to a bona fide emergency call.
Special use permits. A special use permit may be obtained from the City of Bonne Terre which would allow vehicles as described in Sections 1 through 3 to travel through the City limits of Bonne Terre using a described truck and/or local truck route. This permit would be for businesses that are located outside of the City limits of Bonne Terre that have no other access by roadway other than by passing though the City limits of Bonne Terre.