Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) conducted a review of their “Process for Providing Mobility and Safety in Work Zones”. The review meetings provided an opportunity for districts to feed back issues to a Team which was there to discuss the various processes the districts utilize to deliver an efficient ground transportation system through pre-design (scoping), design, construction, and maintenance operations. This report is a summary of the work zone mobility and/or safety issues and best practices discovered during the Feedback Discussions held in three districts during September, October, and November of 2013. The three districts visited were Bemidji, Willmar, and Mankato.
Publication Date: 2014
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Publication Types: Books, Reports, Papers, and Research Articles
Topics: Automated Flaggers; Best Practices; Mobility; Portable Traffic Signals; Public Information Programs; Temporary Rumble Strips; Temporary Traffic Control; Traffic Control Plans; Variable Speed Limit Systems; Work Zone Safety