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Megaload Driver Cited For Inattentive Driving

The driver of a large load of oil refinery equipment that struck and damaged a van in northern Idaho has been cited for inattentive driving.

The collision on Dec. 6 near Moscow led the Idaho Transportation Department to suspend shipments of Imperial Oil equipment to an oil sands project in Canada

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ITD Issues Final Order For Exxon Loads On Hwy. 12

The Idaho Transportation Department issued a final order allowing Exxon Mobil to transport oversized oil equipment on U.S. Highway 12 through north central Idaho.

ITD director Brian Ness said Wednesday that a permit already issued for a test shipment was "in full compliance" with Idaho law and will now apply to as many as 200 shipments bound to be moved from the Port of Lewiston to the oil tar sands of Alberta, Canada.

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Photo From Flickr Submitted By Terry Gray
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Officer Denies Motion To Rehear Megaloads Case

A hearing officer has rejected a motion to reconsider his decision in favor of a plan by ExxonMobil to haul massive loads of equipment along a scenic highway in north central Idaho.

Former state judge Duff McKee rejected the request Monday filed by critics of Exxon's plans to ship the oversized loads along U.S. Highway 12.

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Foes Appeal Hearing Officer Ruling On Megaloads

A group of north Idaho residents has asked a hearing judge to reconsider his ruling in favor of ExxonMobil's plans to haul dozens of oversized loads of equipment along U.S. Highway 12.

Last month, hearing officer Duff McKee handed the oil company a victory when he recommended that the Idaho Transportation Department issue travel permits for the shipments.

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Hearing Judge Finds No Reason To Stop Exxon Loads

A hearing officer is recommending that the Idaho Transportation Department issue permits sought by ExxonMobil for hauling giant truckloads of oil refinery equipment along U.S. Highway 12 in northern Idaho.

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