More States Issue Hurricane Dorian Emergency Declarations Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis  issued an emergency declaration ahead of Hurricane Dorian last week, temporarily suspending hours of service regulations for truck drivers providing direct assistance in the aftermath of the storm.

The declaration is effective through Oct. 28 unless it is extended or canceled.

Based on the forecasted track and the anticipated arrival of tropical storm winds, more states have issued emergency declarations and put other procedures in place.

North Carolina

UPDATED SOE and Waiver

North Carolina Updated Emergency Declaration (8/31/19)

North Carolina Updated Transportation Waiver (8/31/19)

North Carolina Ports (9/2/19)

On Tuesday, no export refrigerated cargo will be received at the container facility at the Port of Wilmington.

Based on the forecasted track and the anticipated arrival of tropical storm winds, the ports of Wilmington and Morehead City will be closed to commercial activity on Wednesday, September 4. Tenants will be permitted access to their facilities at both locations on Wednesday.

North Carolina Emergency Declaration and Transportation Waiver (8/30/19)

South Carolina

South Carolina Transportation Waiver (8/31/19)

Virginia

Virginia Declaration of Emergency (9/2/19)

Kentucky

Kentucky Transportation Waivers (8/30/19)

 Illinois

Illinois Weigh Station Bypass Guidance (8/30/19)

Georgia

Georgia Declaration of Emergency (8/29/19)

Georgia Transportation Waiver (8/29/19)

Florida

Florida Weigh Station Bypass Wavier (8/29/19)

Florida Tax Waiver (8/29/19)

Florida Transportation Waiver (8/29/19)

Florida Emergency Road Use Permit (8/27/19)

Florida Declaration of Emergency (8/27/19)