Temporary Traffic Control

Location: Distance Learning Course

2022 - 2023 On-line Individual$ 240.00

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A need exists for road building contractors, project inspectors, and project engineers to be properly trained in temporary traffic control setups and have the ability to assess conditions throughout the entire project duration that assists with evaluation, identification, and assessment of existing hazards while also providing guidance for corrective measures. To fulfill this need, this training course in Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) will aid safety professionals, designers, project engineers, inspectors, maintenance personnel, contractors, and employees in the field in the proper application of TTC practices and procedures.

Note: 1. The Alabama Department of Transportation standard specifications, standard drawings, guidelines for operation, traffic control procedure, inspection process, and crash reporting procedure are highlighted throughout the course and provided as an example. Practitioners residing in other states are encouraged to reference their state agency's standard guidance regarding temporary traffic control.

The learning objectives are for participants to:
     • cover the principles used in TTC and work zone safety, and explain the liability associated with improper application of TTC;
     • acquaint project personnel with the relevant provisions of the MUTCD and state highway agency documents; and
     • emphasize the FHWA requirements for traffic control procedures for work zones.
     • Review Documentation Requirements
     • Know the Traps to Avoid

Registering more than 6 employees from your site? Call our office for the cost saving Corporate Rate 1-833-419-8528.


V17H is a replacement course for V13M- TemporaryTraffic Control
Fee: $240.00

Distance Learning Course

Distance Learning Course

Jeff LaMondia

Jeff LaMondia is a national expert in travel demand, active travel safety and travel choice/behavior analyses. His expertise is in the development and application of discrete choice models as well as advanced travel survey methods. Dr. LaMondia's research focuses on two major areas: equitable planning for vulnerable road users (VRU), with an emphasis on promoting safe cycling, and modeling long distance travel behavior, with a focus on activity participation and tour scheduling. He often develops advanced technologies for his research, including creating his own smartphone application for tracking cyclist routes, coding simulation and network prioritization tools in geographic information systems (GIS), and distributing the first web-based longitudinal survey of overnight travel (LSOT). Dr. LaMondia has received a number of awards for his research and teaching (including the National Academies' Transportation Research Board Fred Burggraf Best Paper Award, the Auburn University College of Engineering Faculty Research Award, and the Walker Teaching Award) as well as been invited to speak at a variety of national and international conferences (including the International Association of Travel Behavior Researchers, International Conference on Travel Survey Methods and the Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting).

Wesley Zech

Wesley C. Zech is the Brasfield & Gorrie Associate Professor of Construction Engineering and Management in the Department of Civil Engineering at Auburn University. Dr. Zech attended the State University of New York at Buffalo where he earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering in 1995, a M.E. in Construction Engineering and Management in 1999, and a Ph.D. in 2004. He currently teaches courses in the areas of construction engineering, construction equipment and methods, and construction safety and health management. The focus of Dr. Zech’s research program is in the areas of work zone safety, construction safety, the use of geospatial technologies in construction, and erosion and sediment control.


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