An introductory course to temporary traffic control (TTC) in highway work zones. This one-day course instructed by Juan M. Morales, P.E. is designed to give participants a complete overview of TTC in work zones, including applicable standards, guidelines, traffic control devices, component parts and their requirements, installation/removal considerations, and pedestrian accessibility. This course will prepare participants to take the Maryland SHA Traffic Manager’s course.
Introduction to temporary traffic control (TTC)
Quantification of the work zone safety problem
Standards and guidelines applicable in the State of Maryland (MD SHA)
Fundamental principles of TTC
Component parts of the TTC zone
Temporary traffic control devices
Tapers and other transitions
Installation and removal considerations
The instructor will also briefly cover the use of temporary portable rumble strips in work zone areas.
The course is intended for anyone whose actions affect safety on temporary traffic control work zones, including traffic managers, traffic technicians, inspectors and designers.
Professional Development Hours: 6.0. Registration Fees: The following registration fees will be charged for this course, $100 MD Local Government participants and $125 for all other registrants.