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Information for Engineers

Safety First

Engineers of work zones have the responsibility to make sure that the work zone is designed and operating properly -- with safety in mind.  This page is intended to give you a brief overview of what we have on this web site that would help you do your job better.




Cone Jerry Ullman's Article: Implementation of the FHWA Final Rule on Temporary Traffic Control Devices (23 CFR 630 Subpart K) 

Cone Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices - Defines the standards used by road managers nationwide to install and maintain traffic control devices on all streets and highways.

Cone Federal Regulations - Includes federal regulations that are applicable to work zone operations.

Cone Standards, Specifications, and Standard Plans - Includes stanadard specifications, supplemental specifications, special provisions, policies, procedures, and traffic control plans by state or agency.

Cone Manuals, Policies, Guidelines, and Handbooks - Includes construction, maintenance, utility, safety, and traffic control manuals, policies, guidelines, and handbooks developed by state departments of transportation and other agencies.Screen shot of the Drag-and-Drop software

Cone Utility Work Zone Traffic Control - Includes Guidelines, Presentations, Instructor's Guide, Case Studies, and Temporary Traffic Control Plan (TTCP) Software. It is developed by Wayne State University under the FHWA Work Zone Safety Grant.

Cone FHWA Work Zone Best Practices Guidebook - Provides access to information and points of contact about current best practices for achieving work zone mobility and safety.

Cone Agency/State Current Practices - Provides information and points of contact about current state/agency practices in terms of work zone operations.

Cone Research Publications - Includes articles, books, reports, and presentations that are related to work zone safety.

Cone Research Projects - Includes links to databases that contain information on completed or ongoing research projects. 



For more information, please contact us.

Modified: 7/23/2010