Georgia DOT installs PrePass
Jan 22, 2007 10:02 AM
The Georgia Department of Transportation (DOT), in partnership with HELP Inc, is installing PrePass, a technology system to reduce the frequency a commercial truck must stop to be weighed while traveling on Interstate highways.
PrePass is a technology that enables qualified motor carriers to comply electronically with state weight, safety, and credential requirements at highway speeds. Motor carrier participation is voluntary and carrier eligibility is subject to state safety qualifications.
Under the terms of the agreement, PrePass will be available at most Georgia's weigh stations including:
•Douglas Eastbound on I-20
•Chatham County Southbound on I-95
•Lowndes North and Southbound on I-75
•Carroll Westbound on I-20
•Monroe North and Southbound on I-75
•Columbia East and Westbound on I-20
•Troup North and Southbound on I-85
•Franklin North and Southbound on I-85
•Bryan East and Westbound on I-16
•McIntosh North and Southbound on I-95
•Catoosa North and Southbound on I-75.
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