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IN THE SPOTLIGHT…
I began working for Lewis County Public Works in 1973 spending 31 years working in all phases of road construction and maintenance. I started as a laborer and flagger while steadily working my up through the ranks as a truck driver and heavy equipment operator.
In 1988 I was promoted to Lewis County Road Supervisor and worked in management, until my retirement in 2004. In 1989 I began working for the Community College System as a Certified Flagging Instructor, for which I continue to instruct about 1200 Flaggers per year, including both public agencies and private contractors in the State of Washington alone. In 2004 I began teaching the Washington State Traffic Control Supervisor Certification and shortly after was given the opportunity to instruct the TCT, TCS, and Flagger Instructor Training for ATSSA on a National basis.
I believe the combination of my experience and my personality makes me a successful instructor. I try to make students feel comfortable when they come into my classroom, and I get great satisfaction when students really begin to understand the importance of flagging and traffic control. I believe students appreciate the fact that I have actually walked in their shoes while having the ability to help them understand the Management side of things.
On a personal note, I have been married for 36 years. My wife Jalene and I have raised three grown children, and recently welcomed our ninth grandchild into our family. In my spare time, I am an avid bowler and have coached baseball for over 35 years, including the last 15 years at the high school level.
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Check the Website for New Area 2 Products
Mark Robinson, Ph.D., P.Eng., PMP
VP/Director, SAIC Center for Transportation
The ATSSA Area 2 Team and the product reviewers from the Practitioner Working Group and FHWA have been busy finalizing Highway Work Zone Safety Guideline Products. Eleven of these products are now available on ATSSA’s website under the Work Zone Safety Grant, Area 2 Products. The remaining products will be placed on the site over the next two months.
The Products that are currently available online include:
- High Visibility Safety Apparel in Highway Work Zones Brochure
- Work Zone Positive Protection Toolbox Booklet
- Guidance Sheet-Temporary Traffic Control Zone Pedestrian Access Considerations
- Considering Work Zone Impacts
- Field Guide for the Use and Placement of Shadow Vehicles in Work Zones
- Field Guide on Installation and Removal of Temporary Traffic Control for Safe Maintenance and Work Zone Operations
- Maintenance Work Zone Safety Pocket Guide
- Work Zone Safety: Temporary Traffic Control for Maintenance Operations Brochure
- Pedestrians Checklist and Considerations for Temporary Traffic Control Zones
- Increasing the Work Zone Worker’s Visibility Through High-Visibility Safety Apparel
- High Visibility Apparel in Work Zones pocket guide
Hardcopies of these products are currently available through ATSSA using the attached order form.
We are also generating training modules for these products, and we will be incorporating these modules into our Area 3 courses.
AREA 2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
1. Guidelines (Decision Tool) for When to Use Positive Protection in Temporary Traffic Control Zones — This useful reference is a companion document to ATSSA’s “Work Zone Positive Protection Toolbox” (see description below). This guide describes the characteristics of work zones where positive protection is most appropriate; highlights specific, applicable aspects of the Work Zone Rule Subpart K; and provides guidance on how to determine when to use different types of positive protection devices. The document is intended for use by planners, designers, and highway agency decision makers who develop their own individual policies/practices for implementation in the field.
2. Field Guide for the Use and Placement of Shadow Vehicles in Work Zones — This 4×6 inch, easy-to-carry field guide provides guidelines on the use of shadow vehicles in highway work zones. It summarizes information from various sources into an easy-to-use, compact format for use when considering placement of shadow vehicles in advance of workers, equipment, or work vehicles. The guide is designed for use by traffic control supervisors and other contractor field staff and provides easy access to information from multiple sources. It will also be helpful for highway agency staff in developing procedures and standards for shadow vehicle use.
3. Work Zone Positive Protection Toolbox — This brochure highlights five positive protection countermeasures, including Portable Concrete Barriers, Movable Concrete Barriers, Ballast Filled Barriers, Shadow Vehicles, and Vehicle Arresting Systems. The toolbox describes how to use each countermeasure and provides guidance for their use. It also describes the various types of positive protection countermeasures currently in use and provides guidance on where and how each is typically used. This toolbox is intended to be a reference for designers, policy makers, specification writers, and field personnel.
4. High Visibility Apparel in Work Zones — Characteristics of High Visibility Safety Apparel — This field guide provides contractors, field personnel, inspectors, and DOT construction engineers with guidance on characteristics of high-visibility safety apparel. This easy-to-use field reference outlines different apparel and the appropriate situations where each type of apparel is required or recommended.
5. Increasing the Work Zone Worker’s Visibility Through High Visibility Apparel — This poster illustrates apparel that can and can not be used and provides helpful hints on situations when it is appropriate to use specific apparel through the use of sample pictures and easy to read bullets. The intended audience for this product includes anyone who plans on working in or near the roadway right-of-way.
6. High-Visibility Safety Apparel In Highway Work Zones — When Does My High-Visibility Apparel No Longer Protect Me and Need to be Replaced? — This handy brochure provides examples of performance safety apparel in different wear conditions, allowing readers to visually compare their apparel to the pictures in the brochure so they can determine when it is a good time to replace their safety apparel. The brochure is for use by individuals who wear performance safety apparel and their managers, but also provides guidelines on considerations for purchasers responsible for buying new safety apparel.
7. Pedestrians Checklist and Considerations for Temporary Traffic Control Zones — Designers, construction engineers, policy-makers, traffic control plan developers, inspectors, and contractors will find this detailed checklist invaluable for determining and accommodating the requirements of pedestrians in work zones, including specific ADA requirements for pedestrian routes.
8. Guidance Sheet — Temporary Traffic Control Zone Pedestrian Access Considerations — This fact sheet gives policy-makers, designers, and construction engineers developing TTCs an overview of work zone pedestrian issues. It will also be useful to those who are responsible for inspecting or maintaining the work zone.
9. Work Zone Safety Performance Measures Guidance Booklet — This booklet introduces the concept of performance measures and performance data collection for work zone safety. It defines performance measures, discusses reasons for using performance measures for work zone safety, provides a process and test for developing good performance measures, provides sample performance measures, discusses defining how and when to measure performance and what to do with the resulting data, and provides real-world lessons learned. The audiences for this fact sheet are planners, designers, construction engineers, and inspectors.
10. Guidelines for Treating Potential Back-of-Queue Safety Hazards — This fact sheet is designed to highlight common pitfalls in estimating potential impacts that can result from implementing a traffic control plan as well as strategies that can help reduce work zone congestion and back-of-queue crash risk. Planners, designers, construction engineers, and inspectors are the intended audience for this product.
11. Considering Work Zone Impacts: Planning for Safety, Mobility, and Constructability — This tri-fold brochure gives readers a quick introduction to the concept of work zone impacts assessment without their having to open and tackle the longer FHWA Work Zone Impacts Assessment Guide as a first step. The brochure covers the topics of what work zone impacts assessments are, why they are important, impacts considerations, and where to go for more information. Planners, designers, construction engineers, and inspectors will find this an instructive overview of work zone impacts assessment.
12. Field Guide on Installation and Removal of Temporary Traffic Control for Safe Maintenance and Work Zone Operations — This 4×6 inch pocket guide illustrates the proper setup and takedown procedures for temporary traffic control devices and is designed to highlight common sense steps for maintaining a safe environment through a “safety first” attitude. Contractors, field personnel, traffic control services firms, construction supervisors, inspectors, and law enforcement will find this product particularly useful.
13. Work Zone Safety: Temporary Traffic Control for Maintenance Operations — This tri-fold brochure provides highlights from the “Pocket Guide of MUTCD’s Guidance on Temporary Traffic Control” (see description below). The audience for this brochure is contractors, field personnel, traffic control services firms, supervisors, inspectors, and law enforcement personnel.
14. Maintenance Work Zone Safety — Pocket Guide of MUTCD’s Guidance on Temporary Traffic Control — This 4×6 reference guide provides information on the typical applications that apply to short-term and mobile operations for maintenance, providing useful graphics and detailed descriptions of the applications. This product will be useful for maintenance crews, utility crews, construction inspectors, construction personnel, survey crews, and state and local agency staff who will be in or near highway rights of way.
This material is based upon work supported by the Federal Highway Administration under grant agreement No. DTFH61-06-G-00004
TRAFFIC CONTROL TECHNICIAN ©
The one-day course provides an introduction to temporary traffic control in work zones for individuals who work in the field installing and removing traffic control devices. It teaches concepts, techniques and practices in the installation, and maintenance of traffic control devices. The students are provided an ATSSA Guide which is used as the basic text material for the course. This handy Guide booklet contains material condensed from the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) but in a simplified, easy to understand and use format.
The student will leave this class with practical knowledge that will enable them to help make their projects safer for the workers, motorists and pedestrians and help reduce the exposure of the worker and the company to possible litigation.
Previous experience in temporary traffic control is not required for this course. However, if the student wishes to be TCT certified; one year (2000 hours) of temporary traffic control experience will be required.
In most states, passing this course is a prerequisite to register in the Traffic Control Supervisor course.
Contact ATSSA for specific state requirements.
TRAFFIC CONTROL SUPERVISOR ©
This 2-day course is designed for individuals who supervise traffic control technicians and other field personnel. It provides comprehensive training on work zone standards, guidelines, installation and removal procedures, inspection, documentation and supervisory skills.
The course expands on the concepts and techniques taught in the Traffic Control Technician (TCT), which is a prerequisite for this course.* Students are taught how to read and interpret traffic control plans for implementation in the field.
Several workshops included in this course are designed to provide hands-on experience implementing and modifying temporary traffic control plans for various real life situations. It also teaches how to recognize, analyze correct and document deficiencies. These workshops also provide the opportunity for students to learn to work together as a team and to present solutions to the class. A further objective of this course is to teach the students skills necessary to become an effective Supervisor so they can effectively oversee personnel in the field.
*Completion of the ATSSA Traffic Control Technician course is required as a prerequisite to register for this course. In some states, the Traffic Control Supervisor course is a stand-alone course so passing the Traffic Control Technician course is not required. Contact ATSSA for state specific requirements.
URBAN WORK ZONE DESIGN ©
This 2-day course addresses “urban” work zones, particularly the enhancements and considerations (“substantive safety”) necessary to address work zones in urban environments. These environments may involve restricted spaces, lack of space for buffer spaces, parking issues, limited sight distance, business access and pedestrians and bicyclist considerations, etc.
The course will address instances when standards cannot be met and how to address these situations. Freeways will not be covered in this course. This course is intended for work zone designers and traffic control supervisors who may work in urban environments.
MAINTENANCE & SHORT DURATION ACTIVITIES ©
This 1-day course covers typical applications that apply to short duration activities including utility operations, moving operations, and other short duration maintenance operations.
Emphasis will be placed on the use of simplified procedures and worker protection. The intended audience for this course is anyone involved in short duration activities within the roadway’s right-of-way.
NIGHTTIME TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR WORK ZONES
This 1-day course will allow participants to understand considerations of nighttime work zones.
The course discusses factors affecting the feasibility of nighttime work zones and their considerations, such as worker and equipment visibility, illumination requirements, glare avoidance and nighttime enhancements.
Basic knowledge of temporary traffic control is recommended but not required. The course is intended for both work zone designers and work zone supervisors.
WORK ZONE STRATEGIES
This 2- day course will discuss non-typical strategies available to work zone designers. It will focus on strategies specifically designed to improve work zone safety and mobility, such as work zone full closures, variable speed limits, impact analysis, and enforcement.
The FHWA Work Zone Safety and Mobility Final Rule will be discussed. The intended audiences are engineers and/or anyone responsible for planning and designing a traffic control plan (TCP).
TRAFFIC CONTROL DESIGN SPECIALIST-COURSE ©
This 2-day course is for individuals charged with the evaluation, development and implementation of a traffic control plan (TCP). The intended audiences are engineers and/or anyone responsible for designing a TCP. Previous work zone experience is not required.
Topics include introduction to work zone safety, applicable standards and guidelines, fundamental principles of temporary traffic control, human factors, the component parts of a traffic control zone, traffic control devices, constructability, and development of a transportation management plan (TMP). Students will breakout into small groups for hands-on exercises.
A certification program is available for this course.
For those individuals, who are already TCS certified, a one-day TCDS course is available.
WORK ZONE TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS
This 2-day course provides guidance to agencies and/or individuals considering modeling and simulation tools for traffic impact analysis.
It also provides a broad, fundamental understanding of how these analytical tools can be used to support work zone design. The course discusses the classes of analytical tools available to support work zone analysis: the strengths, weaknesses, data requirements and level of detail.
The course describes how these analytical tools can be used to support work zone design by exploring the factors to consider when selecting a model, including data availability and quality, work zone characteristics, measures of effectiveness and available resources.
The course is intended for engineers and others responsible deciding upon work zone strategies to implement, including decision-makers considering work zone analytical tools. Previous knowledge of work zone concepts is encouraged but not required.
INCIDENT TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR RESPONDERS
The 4-hour course presents a basic overview of temporary traffic control (TTC) standards and guidelines for responders. It provides essential information to make traffic incident areas safer for incident management personnel, motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.
Specifically, it discusses principles and concepts of temporary traffic control presented in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Section 6I, a Federal standard which now specifically addresses traffic incident management areas.
LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL IN WORKZONES
This 4- hour course will provide prospective instructors the guidance needed to teach the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Law Enforcement Course (LEC). The LEC course is also a 4-hour course designed to provide awareness and guidance to law enforcement personnel assigned the responsibility to work in active highway work zones, whether on-duty or off-duty.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE LEC COURSE TRAIN-THE-TRAINER COURSE
The primary target audience for the LEC course is law enforcement personnel who will plan enforcement for work zones or be assigned to execute their roles associated with work zones. A secondary audience will include personnel from highway contractors, subcontractors, utility personnel, and highway agency staff who will work with law enforcement. Joint training is expected to foster a mutual respect and cooperation towards making work zones safer and more traffic efficient.
*The LEC Train-the-Trainer course is aimed at current instructors of law enforcement training programs. Teaching experience is required. Anyone responsible for teaching or presenting training programs would benefit from this course, so they can pass the knowledge to others, and save lives.
FLAGGER INSTRUCTOR TRAINING
This 2-day course is designed to prepare Traffic Control Supervisors to be able to present the 4-hour ATSSA Flagger Registration course to those wishing to become ATSSA-registered flaggers. This course is open to anyone who has successfully completed the ATSSA’s Traffic Control Technician and Traffic Control Supervisor training courses.
NOTE: In certain states, the Traffic Control Supervisor course is a stand-alone course. In these states, since completion of the Traffic Control Technician course is not a prerequisite, completion of the TCT course is not required in order to be eligible for the Flagger Instructor Training course. Contact ATSSA for state specific requirements.
TRAFFIC CONTROL FOR UTILITIES
This 1-day UTILITY course provides an introduction to temporary traffic control for utility workers and others whose actions may affect safety. It teaches concepts, techniques and practices in the installation and maintenance of traffic control devices in accordance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).
All personnel involved in construction work zone projects, particularly technicians and field personnel, must have a basic knowledge of temporary traffic control to ensure “safe passage” for workers, motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians. ATSSA’s in-depth Florida Intermediate Training will provide instruction in the proper safety standards to assist in monitoring and recognizing any deficiencies during the course of a temporary traffic control project.
This 16- hour course includes introductory classroom instruction referenced from the FDS (Index 600 Series) and the MUTCD (Part 6). The State of Florida requires this course for all personnel who perform work on Florida state roads and whose duties include the following activities:
- Direct responsibility of replacement of work zone traffic control devices.
- Direct responsibility for field maintenance of work zone traffic control devices.
- Inspection of the placement or operational function of work zone traffic control devices.
- Drafting or electronic generation of work zone traffic control plans.
In addition, *flagging operations will be covered in enough detail that an individual who successfully completes this course will be capable of providing basic training as required by the DOT (details may be found in the MOT Topic No. 625-01010 dated June 2002.)
ATSSA Course Schedule
|State||City||Course #||Course||Course Start Date||Course End Date||Register By:|
|AK||Anchorage||17334||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||12/14/09||12/14/09||11/13/09|
|AK||Anchorage||17335||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||12/15/09||12/16/09||11/13/09|
|AK||Anchorage||17336||Flagger Instructor Training- Grant||12/17/09||12/18/09||11/13/09|
|AK||Anchorage||18327||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||01/04/10||01/05/10||12/04/09|
|AK||Anchorage||18328||Urban Work Zone Design- Grant||01/06/10||01/07/10||12/04/09|
|AK||Anchorage||18330||Maintenance and Short Duration Activities-Grant||01/11/10||01/11/10||12/04/09|
|AK||Fairbanks||18320||Traffic Control Technician- Grant||03/01/10||03/01/10||02/01/10|
|AK||Fairbanks||18321||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||03/02/10||03/03/10||02/01/10|
|AK||Fairbanks||18322||Flagger Instructor Training-Grant||03/04/10||03/05/10||02/28/10|
|AK||Fairbanks||18323||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||03/08/10||03/09/10||02/08/10|
|AK||Fairbanks||18324||Urban Work Zone Design-Grant||03/10/10||03/11/10||02/08/10|
|AK||Fairbanks||18325||Maintenance and Short Duration Activities-Grant||03/15/10||03/15/10||02/15/10|
|AK||Juneau||18127||Traffic Control Design Specialist-Grant||02/08/10||02/09/10||01/25/10|
|AK||Juneau||18128||Nighttime Traffic Control for Work Zones-Grant||02/10/10||02/10/10||01/25/10|
|AK||Juneau||18128||Nighttime Traffic Control for Work Zones-Grant||02/10/10||02/10/10||01/25/10|
|AK||Juneau||18130||Law Enforcement Train-the-Trainer Course-Grant||02/12/10||02/12/10||01/25/10|
|AK||Ketchikan||18219||Traffic Control Design Specialist-Grant||03/22/10||03/23/10||02/22/10|
|AK||Ketchikan||18220||Nighttime Traffic Control for Work Zones-Grant||03/24/10||03/24/10||02/22/10|
|AK||Ketchikan||18222||Law Enforcement Train-the-Trainer Course-Grant||03/26/10||03/26/10||02/22/10|
|AK||Sitka||18123||Nighttime Traffic Control for Work Zones-Grant||03/08/10||03/08/10||02/22/10|
|AL||Birmingham||17371||Traffic Control Technician- Grant||11/03/09||11/03/09||10/19/09|
|AL||Birmingham||17372||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||11/04/09||11/05/09||10/19/09|
|AL||Montgomery||17438||Work Zone Traffic Impact Analysis-Grant||09/16/09||09/17/09||08/14/09|
|AL||Montgomery||17439||Maintenance and Short Duration Activities-Grant||09/18/09||09/18/09||08/14/09|
|AL||Montgomery||17440||Urban Work Zone Design-Grant||09/21/09||09/22/09||08/21/09|
|AL||Montgomery||17441||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||09/23/09||09/24/09||08/21/09|
|AL||Montgomery||18195||Traffic Control Technician- Grant||01/11/10||01/11/10||12/11/09|
|AL||Montgomery||18196||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||01/12/10||01/13/10||12/11/09|
|AL||Montgomery||18197||Flagger Instructor Training-Grant||01/14/10||01/15/10||12/11/09|
|AL||Montgomery||17373||Traffic Control Technician- Grant||02/09/10||02/09/10||01/25/10|
|AL||Montgomery||17374||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||02/10/10||02/11/10||01/25/10|
|AL||Tuscumbia||17369||Traffic Control Technician- Grant||10/13/09||10/13/09||09/28/09|
|AL||Tuscumbia||17370||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||10/14/09||10/15/09||09/28/09|
|AR||Fort Smith||18137||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||03/01/10||03/01/10||02/01/10|
|AR||Fort Smith||18138||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||03/02/10||03/03/10||02/01/10|
|AR||Jonesboro||18125||Traffic Control Technician- Grant||01/11/10||01/11/10||12/28/09|
|AR||Jonesboro||18126||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||01/12/10||01/13/10||12/28/09|
|AR||Little Rock||16566||Utility Training-Grant||09/22/09||09/22/09||09/07/09|
|AZ||Phoenix||18207||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||03/15/10||03/15/10||03/01/10|
|AZ||Phoenix||18208||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||03/16/10||03/17/10||03/01/10|
|AZ||Phoenix||18209||Flagger Instructor Training-Grant||03/18/10||03/19/10||03/01/10|
|CA||Bakersfield||18198||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||01/12/10||01/12/10||12/12/09|
|CA||Bakersfield||18199||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||01/13/10||01/14/10||12/12/09|
|CA||Fresno||18194||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||11/18/09||11/18/09||11/02/09|
|CA||Sacramento||17770||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||10/06/09||10/06/09||09/21/09|
|CA||Sacramento||17771||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||10/07/09||10/08/09||09/21/09|
|CA||San Diego||17429||Work Zone Traffic Impact Analysis-Grant||09/28/09||09/29/09||09/11/09|
|CA||Santa Ana||18317||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||03/22/10||03/22/10||02/22/10|
|CA||Santa Ana||18318||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||03/23/10||03/24/10||02/22/10|
|CA||Santa Ana||18319||Flagger Instructor Training-Grant||03/25/10||03/26/10||02/22/10|
|CO||Colorado Springs||17407||Urban Work Zone Design-Grant||9/28/09||9/29/09||07/28/09|
|CO||Colorado Springs||17408||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||9/30/09||10/01/09||07/28/09|
|CO||Denver||18271||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||10/12/09||10/12/09||09/28/09|
|CO||Denver||18272||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||10/13/09||10/14/09||09/28/09|
|FL||Orlando||17454||Florida Intermediate Training-Grant||09/15/09||09/16/09||09/01/09|
|FL||Orlando||17906||Florida Intermediate Training-Grant||11/10/09||11/11/09||10/12/09|
|GA||Atlanta||15364||Work Zone Traffic Impact Analysis-Grant||09/16/09||09/17/09||08/14/09|
|GA||Atlanta||15365||Maintenance and Short Duration Activities-Grant||09/18/09||09/18/09||08/14/09|
|GA||Atlanta||15366||Urban Work Zone Design-Grant||09/21/09||09/22/09||08/21/09|
|GA||Atlanta||15367||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||09/23/09||09/24/09||08/21/09|
|LA||Alexandria||17544||Urban Work Zone Design-Grant||12/01/09||12/02/09||11/02/09|
|LA||Monroe||17562||Maintenance and Short Duration Activities-Grant||09/21/09||09/21/09||08/31/09|
|MO||Houston||18269||Incident Traffic Control for Responders-Grant||09/15/09||09/15/09||09/01/09|
|MO||Sikeston||18316||Incident Traffic Control for Responders-Grant||11/05/09||11/05/09||10/19/09|
|MS||Hattiesburg||16825||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||01/04/10||01/04/10||12/21/09|
|MS||Hattiesburg||16826||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||01/05/10||01/06/10||12/21/09|
|MS||Hattiesburg||16827||Flagger Instructor Training-Grant||01/07/10||01/08/10||12/21/09|
|MS||Jackson||17542||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||09/16/09||09/17/09||08/14/09|
|NC||Morrisville||17540||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||09/16/09||09/17/09||08/14/09|
|NM||Albuquerque||16972||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||11/03/09||11/03/09||10/19/09|
|NM||Albuquerque||16973||Traffic Control Supervisor- Grant||11/04/09||11/05/09||10/19/09|
|NV||Las Vegas||17463||Incident Traffic Control for Responders-Grant||10/16/09||10/16/09||10/01/09|
|NY||Albany||17462||Urban Work Zone Design-Grant||09/28/09||09/29/09||08/07/09|
|OH||Dayton||17559||Urban Work Zone Design-Grant||09/28/09||09/29/09||08/28/09|
|OH||Mason||18007||Incident Traffic Control for Responders-Grant||09/24/09||09/24/09||09/08/09|
|OH||Mason||18008||Incident Traffic Control for Responders-Grant||09/26/09||09/26/09||09/10/09|
|TN||Memphis||15350||Urban Work Zone Design-Grant||09/15/09||09/16/09||08/14/09|
|TN||Memphis||15351||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||09/17/09||09/18/09||08/14/09|
|TN||Memphis||15232||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||09/21/09||09/21/09||09/07/09|
|TN||Memphis||15233||Traffic Control Supervisor-Grant||09/22/09||09/23/09||09/07/09|
|TN||Memphis||15234||Nighttime Traffic Control for Work Zones-Grant||09/24/09||09/24/09||09/07/09|
|TX||Houston||17774||Work Zone Traffic Impact Analysis-Grant||09/16/09||09/17/09||08/14/09|
|TX||San Antonio||17482||Traffic Control Technician-Grant||02/08/10||02/08/10||01/08/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17483||Traffic Control Supervisor-Grant||02/09/10||02/10/10||01/08/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17484||Flagger Instructor Training-Grant||02/11/10||02/12/10||01/08/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17485||Traffic Control Design Specialist-Grant||02/11/10||02/12/10||01/08/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17488||Incident Traffic Control for Responders-Grant||02/19/10||02/19/10||01/19/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17487||Maintenance and Short Duration Activities-Grant||02/19/10||02/19/10||01/19/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17489||Law Enforcement Train-the-Trainer Course-Grant||02/19/10||02/19/10||01/19/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17490||Work Zone Strategies-Grant||02/22/10||02/23/10||01/22/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17491||Work Zone Traffic Impact Analysis-Grant||02/24/10||02/25/10||01/22/10|
|TX||San Antonio||17492||Nighttime Traffic Control for Work Zones-Grant||02/26/10||02/26/10||01/22/10|
|WA||Vancouver||18206||Traffic Control Supervisor-WA State Spec-Grant||12/09/09||12/11/09||11/09/09|
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