Effects of increased truck size and weight in Illinois.
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Published by Illinois Dept. of Transportation in [Springfield, IL] (2300 S Kirksen Pkwy., Springfield 62764) .
Written in English



  • Illinois.


  • Trucks -- Sizes -- Safety regulations -- Economic aspects -- Illinois.,
  • Trucks -- Weight -- Safety regulations -- Economic aspects -- Illinois.,
  • Trucks -- Weight -- Government policy -- Illinois.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsIllinois. Dept. of Transportation.
LC ClassificationsHE5633.I3 E33 1992
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 44 leaves :
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1361659M
LC Control Number92622217

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