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Effective Monday, March 16, 2020, hauling permit office staff will be working remotely until further notice due to COVID-19. Permit applications can continue to be submitted through our Automated Permit Routing / Analysis System (APRAS). Many permits will continue to be issued automatically by the APRAS system, depending on dimensions, weight, routes, and current restrictions. Permits that do not auto-issue will be processed in the order they are received by date and time the application was submitted from Monday–Friday between the hours of 8 a.m.– 4 p.m. Some delays should be expected. The permit office staff is available for general questions, but will not be responding to requests for application status. Updates will be provided on the APRAS log-in page, as they become available.

Due to the closure, walk-in permit customers cannot be accommodated at PennDOT offices. Applicants for *single-trip hauling permits* that do not use APRAS may work with any of the department's permit service partners who can process your application and payment. Annual permits are being issued.  Haulers should contact their local Engineering District permit office for individual application instructions.

Hauling Permit Information

Permit Staff Names and Numbers

Holiday Travel Restrictions (PDF)

Permit Fees — Effective July 1, 2019 (PDF)

Permit Service Partners (PDF)

Learn How To Use APRAS

Application Forms (Oversize/Overweight)

Account Registration Forms

How-To Guides

Hauling Regulations

Pennsylvania Urbanized Area Map and Conditions

Multi-State Permits

Certified Escort Vehicle Operator Program

Miscellaneous Information