From New Mexico Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Highway and Bridge Construction: "618.2.1 Certification ... ... Before commencing Work that requires flagger traffic … [Read more...] about Flagger training and certification requirements
New Mexico requires a permit to install utilities or for any other work that occurs within state right of way. … [Read more...] about Permit requirements to install/erect temporary traffic control warning signs and other temporary traffic control devices along roadways
The New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department obtained 12 flashing stop/slow paddles and distributed 2 to each of its 6 districts. … [Read more...] about Use of flashing stop/slow paddle
On the I-40 project in New Mexico, the state highway and transportation department used motor patrol. … [Read more...] about Incident management techniques on major construction projects
New Mexico uses advance signing to advise motorists that delays should be expected and a specific alternate route is available. … [Read more...] about Traffic management techniques (beyond the MUTCD) used to reduce delay in work zones
In New Mexico, inspections take place at the beginning and end of every calendar day that traffic control devices are in use. Night inspections are once a week. Inspector maintains a diary that … [Read more...] about Work zone inspection requirements, frequency, documentation, etc.