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Whenever someone sets up a work zone in an area that intersects with a public road, it’s crucial to ensure the traffic passing through that area can do so safely and without incident.
Doing so requires creating a plan for temporarily altering and controlling the flow of traffic through that area. This way, anyone using that road, such as drivers, bicycle riders, and pedestrians, stay safe and further doesn’t jeopardize the safety of road workers. Here’s what goes into a temporary traffic control plan template.
Because of the dangers posed to drivers and road workers, every temporary traffic control plan template needs certain elements to ensure everyone stays safe. These elements are carefully documented, with their locations annotated on a road map of the area where the work is to take place.
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