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70:01:02:32 -- Hamlin County speed zone rule On South Dakota Highway 28, the South Dakota Department of Transportation is proposing to expand the 35 mile per hour limited speed zone through Bryant. The department is also proposing to shift the locations of the 45 mile per hour limited speed zones on the east and west ends of Bryant. These changes are proposed to enhance traffic safety and are supported by speed data collected by the department. 10/24/2019 10/21/2019
70:03:01:65 – Longer combination vehicle – Approved routes and access restrictions. The South Dakota Department of Transportation is proposing to expand the approved routes for longer combination vehicles. Expanding approved routes will benefit the state’s agriculture industry, other producers and shippers, the trucking industry, and the entire populace of the state, who all rely heavily on trucks to move goods. 10/24/2019 10/21/2019
Article 70:15 -- Automated vehicles. The South Dakota Department of Transportation is proposing administrative rules to allow the testing and operation of groups of individual motor vehicles traveling in a unified manner at electronically coordinated speeds and distance intervals that are closer than otherwise allowed under SDCL 32-26-40 to 32-26-42, inclusive. The purpose of these rules is to foster the safe, efficient, and cost-effective movement of agricultural and commercial goods. 10/24/2019 10/21/2019