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Web Application NDOR on line SuperLoad Oversize/Overweight Truck Permitting System. By Steve Brown P.E. Nebraska Dept. of Roads April 2006. Overview of the NAPTS System. Nebraska Automated Truck permitting System (NATPS) Self issued permits Open to the public

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web application ndor on line superload oversize overweight truck permitting system

Web Application NDOR on line SuperLoad Oversize/OverweightTruck Permitting System

By

Steve Brown P.E.

Nebraska Dept. of Roads

April 2006

overview of the napts system
Overview of the NAPTS System
  • Nebraska Automated Truck permitting System (NATPS)
  • Self issued permits
  • Open to the public
  • Overload permit application
  • Payment type
  • Permit delivery
  • What is next

Area III/IV HEEP Conference 2006 Ames Iowa

web based browser interface to the overweight system
Web based Browser interface to the Overweight system.
  • Selection of origin and destination
  • Intermediate point selection
  • Route selection and validation
  • Route analysis
  • Route approval
  • Route failure
overview of the route approval process
Overview of the route approval process
  • Live load analysis is computed for each structure crossed
  • Bars influence lines are used in a structural analysis for each structure
  • The vehicle axels and loads are used in the rating analysis
route failure
Route failure
  • Select new route
  • Send to permits office
  • Call permits office
  • Fax permits office
  • Go around
  • Go without permit
route failure13
Route failure
  • Request is sent to the Bridge division Permits Engineer
    • Permits engineers’ tools
      • Superload tools for structural analysis
      • Analysis reports
      • Hand computations
      • Engineering judgment and experience
      • Other software tools when needed
overweight permit solutions
Overweight permit solutions
  • Returned for new route selection
  • Permits engineer allows selected failed route
  • Select new route for the customer
  • Discuss
    • Restriction manager and how it is used
payment solutions
Payment solutions
  • Advanced accounts
  • Credit card
  • Cash for walk-in business
  • Exempt
permit delivery methods
Permit delivery methods
  • Fax
  • Email
  • Postal Mail
usage of the current system
Usage of the current system
  • 73.5% of all permits were issued within 2 minutes
  • 92.1% of requested permits were issued within 30 minutes
  • Approximately 66% of oversize/overweight truck permits are self issued
  • Customers can use the system for job cost estimating
lessons learned so far
Lessons learned so far
  • Need for a computer support person
    • Browser problems active x issues
    • Browser popup blocker issues
    • Customer firewall settings
    • Help desk issues
    • Data Maintenance
      • Changes in bridge inventory
      • Changes in the Highway system
      • Pavement overlays
    • Usage is slightly declining do to customer turnover
discussion of the future for over weight routing analysis at ndor
Discussion of the future for over weight routing analysis at NDOR
  • LARS for Rating analysis
    • LRFR
    • LRFD
    • LFD
  • Regional route concept XML
  • Detailed driving instructions
  • Email notifications
  • Overall very successful system
questions
Questions
  • For more information contact
    • Nebraska Dept. of Roads
      • Ron Kontos
        • rkontos@dor.state.ne.us