"Move Over in Work Zones. Don’t Zone Out!” is the key message of MoDOT’s annual work zone safety awareness campaign. The campaign kicked off during National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week April … [Read more...] about Move Over for Work Zones. Don’t Zone Out.
Missouri DOT's policy is that when working over traffic from a man-lift or bucket type truck, the operator will position the bucket so any material/equipment dropped will fall within the basket. When … [Read more...] about Changing light bulbs on overhead signs
If capacity is not an issue, refer to EPG 616.8.37 (TA-37) Lane Closure of Interior Lane on Multi-Lane Highways. When capacity is an issue, refer to EPG 616.8.38 (TA-38) Lane Closure of Interior Lane … [Read more...] about Center lane closure
District project development (i.e., design) staff prepare TTC plans for the projects, and district Construction & Materials (i.e., inspectors) oversee deployment and operation of the measures in the … [Read more...] about Design and oversight of work zone operations
From Missouri Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Highway Construction: "616.4.3 Each flagger, automated flagger assistance devices (AFAD) operator, portable signal flagging … [Read more...] about Flagger training and certification requirements
For standard applications, Missouri DOT's typical lane line width is 4 inches.Although MoDOT has tried 6 inch lane lines, there are no guidelines for the use of these lines at this time.MoDOT uses 4 … [Read more...] about Lane lines in work zones