Removing temporary traffic control devices with the flow of traffic vs. backing the work vehicle behind to remove
North Carolina DOT requires the removal of traffic control devices in the opposite direction to the flow of traffic. Sometimes on fully controlled-access facilities, the state uses a “rolling road block” to create a gap in the traffic flow in order to install traffic control devices. It is possible to use a similar rolling road block to take the devices out.
State/Agency: North Carolina
Topics: Temporary Traffic Control