Traffic Control Plans
A Traffic Control Plan (TCP) is a safety plan that illustrates how you will use temporary traffic control to safely route the traveling public—such as pedestrians, bicycles, motorized vehicles, and transit—around your work zone.
Activities in the right of way (ROW) can impede public mobility and access. Sometimes this requires placing temporary traffic control such as signs, cones, and delineation on the street, alley, or sidewalk to safely redirect the traveling public around a work zone.
Our plans are designed in house for the best and safest results to your road construction project.
How we develop our plans
In order to begin work, three types of plans are generally required:
1. Work-hours plan: A TCP that shows all mobility impacts during construction hours.
2. Non-work hours plan: A TCP that shows all mobility impacts after work hours when limited or no work is happening in the ROW.
3. Changing construction phases: A TCP at each construction phase change even if the traffic control is not modified.
We can design and fully map out your TCP to cover all the bases.
What we do
The base map for your TCP must include a title block, existing channelization, and existing site conditions. Each of our maps include the following.
1. Title block with project address, description of work, work hours, phase of work, contact info, and relevant permit information.
2. Current channelization of the ROW impacted by the work.
3. Existing site conditions such as access points, transit facilities, curb space, and other ROW elements.
Traffic Control Systems is the best choice for your next road construction project. Contact us now to get an estimate.