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The following regulations shall apply to the transportation in the city of the materials specified in § 100.05:
(A) Transporters of hazardous materials shall comply with 49 CFR 397.3 while operating within the city. Traffic violations involving moving or parking infractions shall be treated as violations of these regulations and shall be subject to the penalties of § 100.99.
(B) Except when overtaking or passing in opposite directions of travel, or except where the conditions of traffic make it impractical to do so, all vehicles transporting hazardous materials shall maintain a minimum distance of at least 300 feet from other vehicles carrying hazardous materials. This requirement shall apply whether such vehicles are moving or parked except when at a destination or point of origin.
(C) Transporters of hazardous materials shall comply with applicable rules of 49 CFR 397.5, 397.7 and 397.21 while operating within the city.
(D) Transporters of hazardous materials shall use only major thoroughfares as defined in this section, to reach their destinations. When a destination is not on a major thoroughfare, said transporters will use major thoroughfares to a point as close as possible to the destination. Before using non-major thoroughfare routes, said transporters shall comply with the provisions of 49 CFR 397.9.
(E) For the purpose of this chapter, the following are considered to be major thoroughfares:
(1) US 40 (Wheeling Avenue)
(2) US 22 (Wheeling Avenue)
(3) SR 209 (Southgate Parkway)
(4) CR 35 (Old 21/Clark/Byesville Road)
(5) Steubenville Avenue
(6) North Second Street
(Ord. 53-93, passed 9-27-93) Penalty, see § 100.99