§ 211-25  Truck Traffic Off of Truck Routes.
   Trucks entering the city going to and in city destination, leaving the city from an in city point of origination and/or conducting business between points within the city shall conform to the following:
   (A)   In city destination, single destination.  All trucks entering the city for a destination point in the city shall proceed only over an established truck route and shall deviate only at the intersection with the street, upon which such traffic is permitted, nearest to the destination point.  Upon leaving the destination point, a deviating truck shall return to the truck route by the shortest permissible route.
   (B)   In city destination, multiple destinations.  All trucks entering the city for multiple destination points shall proceed only over established truck routes and shall deviate only at the intersection with the street, upon which such traffic is permitted, nearest to the first destination point.  Upon leaving the first destination point a deviating truck shall proceed to other destination points by the shortest direction and only over streets upon which such traffic is permitted.  Upon leaving the last destination point, a deviating truck shall return to the truck route by the shortest permissible route.
   (C)   In city origination.  All trucks, on a trip originating in the city, and traveling in the city for a destination point outside the city shall proceed by the shortest direction over streets on which such traffic is permitted to a truck route as herein established.
   (D)   In city origination and destination.  All trucks, on a trip originating in the city, and traveling in the city for destination points in the city shall proceed only over streets upon which such traffic is permitted.
('80 Code, § 30-124)  (Ord. 1384, passed 12-4-74)  Penalty, see § 211-99