Traffic Control Plans (TTCP)

Temporary Traffic Control Plans

We create safe and affordable Temporary Traffic Control Plans (TTCP) for road construction, maintenance, and renovation projects. Using cutting-edge industry software, our design team crafts traffic control plans for projects of any size and complexity. Our layouts are accessible and intuitive, and each plan focuses on safety — safety for workers, pedestrians, and vehicle occupants — at every stage of the construction process.

All of our designs comply with guidelines set by the California Manual On Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), and we can help submit your plan for approval at state and county engineering offices.

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Talk to one of our traffic control professionals for input on your upcoming projects.

Why Work With Us?

A Temporary Traffic Control Plan has a simple job: To guide pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists safely through a work zone. But a plan may have only a second, or less, to do its job, to put motorists on the path that keeps them — and your workers and equipment — safe. A successful traffic plan relies on intuitive prompts that motorists can follow at a glance. It’s a big job, which is why local and state governments regulate Temporary Traffic Control Plans.

The designers at BC Traffic Specialist create plans every day that meet or exceed state guidelines. When you work with us, we plan for traffic so you can focus on completing your contract.

Traffic planning is a specialty
Plans must account for human behavior
Governments must approve traffic plans
BC Traffic can help submit plans for approval

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Talk to one of our traffic control professionals for input on your upcoming projects. We’ll help you identify the traffic and safety challenges you face and partner with you to address each item responsibly and effectively.

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Our business hours are Monday-Friday: 6:00am to 5:00pm.

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