CERTIFIED TRAFFIC CONTROL
Cascade Fiber Services is committed to road safety, and with this commitment we ensure that all our technicians receive their training or certification through the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA).
Our professional flagging techniques and proper work zone setup is in accordance with standards and guidelines of the Federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Cascade Fiber Services strives to make sure we have the right people performing the tasks that you need.
TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS (TCP)/TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL PLANS (TTCP)
WHAT IS A TRAFFIC CONTROL PLAN?
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.
Traffic Control Plans (TCP's) are required whenever work is proposed within the public right-of-way. Activities in the right of way (ROW) can impede public mobility and access. Sometimes this requires placing temporary traffic control devices such as signs, cones, and delineators on the street, alley, or sidewalk to safely redirect the traveling public around a work zone.
The basic objective of each TCP is to permit the Contractor to work within the public right-of-way efficiently and effectively while maintaining a safe and uniform flow of traffic. The construction work and the public traveling through the work zone in vehicles, bicycles, or as pedestrians must be given equal consideration when
developing a TCP.
The TCP should comply with the US Department of Transportation's Manual on Uniform Traffic Control