Motor Carrier Permits and Development (MCPD) enhance public safety, protect infrastructure and promote the economy by developing, issuing and administering the permitting and railway enforcement programs.
Motor Carrier Permits and Development (MCPD) develop, issue, and administer oversize and overweight permit policies; collect single trip, fuel tax, permit, and authority fees. MCPD also assists in the development and implementation of the annual MIT Spring Road Restrictions Program and maintains the automated routing and permitting system (ARPS) and delivery of the TPIF program. In addition, MCPD provides a comprehensive safety program for monitoring and regulating the performance of short line intra-provincial railways.
Information contained in this web site is of a general nature only and should not be considered a legal authority. The reader's interpretation and application of this information shall be the reader's sole responsibility. It is the responsibility of the motor carrier to consult the regulations for the exact requirements before transporting loads.
Please contact Motor Carrier Permits and Development (MCPD) for more detailed information about your specific requirements at:
Phone: (204) 945-3961
Fax: (204) 945-6499
HOURS OF OFFICE OPERATION
Monday – Friday, 7:30 am to 6 pm (CST)
For detailed information on permits, policies and guidelines, view links below:
|Advanced Routing and Permitting System (ARPS)||RTAC Letter Permit|
|Truck Weight Limit Map & Information Guide||Spring Road Restrictions|
|Weights and Dimensions Compliance Guide||Policies|
|Trucking Productivity Improvement Fund (TPIF)|
|Manitoba and Saskatchewan MOU: "Harmonization of Regulations and Cooperation on Transportation Issues|
|NSC Cargo Securement Standard|