4-4. Developing a Highway Regulation Plan
The development of a highway regulation plan hinges on the use of route
These plans must be interpreted correctly or you may plan a convoy to move over
a route that--
Has time restrictions.
Is closed to regulator traffic.
Cannot handle the weigh of the convoy.
Handles one-way traffic which normally flows in the opposite direction.
Your goal as an MCO in an HTD is to develop a highway regulation plan which
eliminates congestion on MSRs and expedites the movement of units and
critically needed supplies. When you receive a units movement plan, you must
review the vehicle information and compare it to route and bridge classifications
of the road network.
As an MCO within an MCA your primary responsibility is the scheduling of
movements over controlled highways to--
Obtain their fullest use.
Ensure regulations are carried out effectively.
The highway regulation plan is a valuable tool to the transportation planner. It
Use of the
will show you how to--
Plan and control MSRs.
Schedule vehicle movements.
Effectively place HRPT.
Coordinate with MPs, engineers, and customers.
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