• NCDOT Routing

    In the near future, the NCDOT Oversize/Overweight Permit Unit will implement an automated routing system to enhance our current permitting system. Applicants will continue to use the same web address, user names and passwords currently being used to submit single trip permit applications via the web. The new routing system changes will only be reflected on the “Route” tab of the on-line application. To provide you with training on these new processes, the following links with tutorial videos have been developed. The four step-by-step videos explain the procedures to be used for each routing option. ​

  • Routing Options

    This video provides an overview of the routing methods that are available when selecting a route with the on-line automated routing system.​

  • Auto Routing

    This routing method will define the trip’s start and end points and let the system find the best permittable trip.  This method is best used when the trips you have requested have analysis failures and you  do not have a preference on how to travel between the start and end locations.  You can define the start and end locations textually or by picking on the map.

    Please click here for the manual: Auto Routing Manual

  • Select Segments Routing

    With this routing method, you will visually pick the trip you are requesting and then analyze the route to determine if it is permittable.  This method is best used when you know specifically the route you would like to travel.  You can pick the start location on the map, then click a second time on the first route to define the direction of travel and then on each subsequent section of the route.​

    Please click here for the manual: Select Segments Routing Manual

  • Text Description Routing

    With this routing method, you will use a text-based input tool to define the trip you would like to travel and then analyze the route to determine if it is permittable.  This method does not provide map interaction; however, you can review where you are going on the map as it will automatically show the route you have defined.​

    Please click here for the manual: Text Descritption Routing Manual

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