Traditionally, traffic control plans (TCPs) have been developed for every project. For a new class of projects called “significant projects”, Transportation Management Plans (TMPs) must be developed. The major difference between a TMP and a TCP is that the TCP focuses on the maintenance and protection of traffic within the work zone; the TMP addresses project-related impacts throughout the project corridor and sometimes beyond. The TMP will include the TCP, as well as transportation operations and public information and outreach strategies. The purpose of these guidelines is to provide information and guidance to State Highway Administration (SHA) staff, consultants and contractors who are involved in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of SHA facilities on how to develop, implement and evaluate Transportation Management Plans.