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Letter: Report the situation

Marie Freeman writes:
Not sure if anyone has done this yet. A couple years ago I ran the GPS on a trucker app and it took a straight through the Square from Burkesville to Campbellsville on 61

1. Report violations
If your neighborhood has posted restrictions on commercial truck traffic, you may report violations to your local transportation authority or to FMCSA (1-888-368-7238). Be prepared to provide a license plate number and company name for each incident. The maximum federal penalty for failing to comply with a posted route restriction is $11,000 for a company, $2,750 for a driver.

To request a new through truck restriction in your neighborhood, please contact your local transportation authority.

2. Report the problem to device/map providers
Visit the following websites to ask the makers of GPS devices/apps and online maps to clearly label the restricted routes in your neighborhood. To reach the most GPS users, we recommend reporting the same problem at each of these websites.
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