Course NumberCE-03-911
PDH Hours3
Price$72
Civil Engineering Work Zone Traffic Control II

Work Zone Traffic Control II

Author: Gregory Taylor

This course is the second of two in this series that shows how to effectively plan and design temporary traffic controls for work zone locations. The course contents will help you to use the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Part 6 – Temporary Traffic Control more effectively and not replace it. The MUTCD is recognized as the national standard for all traffic control devices installed on any street, highway, bikeway, or private road open to public travel. Nationwide consistency is the goal of the MUTCD by requiring uniform, understandable, and effective devices. Should there be any discrepancies between the contents of this course and the MUTCD – always follow the MUTCD.

The course objective is to give engineers and designers an in-depth look at the principles to be considered when selecting and designing temporary traffic control for work zones. Upon course completion, you should be familiar with the general design guidelines for work zone traffic control. Topics covered include:

  • Temporary traffic control devices
  • Different pavement marking functions and specifications
  • Design and application of delineators
  • Types of temporary traffic control activities
  • Mobile work operations
  • Typical applications for temporary traffic control

Traffic signs and pavement markings are the primary communication devices used for informing drivers of regulations, roadway conditions, etc. within work zones. Providing motorists with relevant information when they need it can make roads safer and more efficient while reducing risks. However, poor management and maintenance can greatly reduce traffic safety, contribute to roadway incidents, and increase liability exposure.

Once you complete your course review, you need to take a multiple-choice quiz consisting of fifteen (15) questions to earn 3 PDH credits

Learning Objectives

This course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills

  • Be familiar with temporary traffic control devices
  • Understand different pavement marking functions and specifications
  • Know the design and application of delineators
  • Understand the types of temporary traffic control activities
  • Recognize mobile work operations
  • Be familiar with typical applications for common applications

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