Traffic Control Sample Clauses

Traffic Control. The Engineer shall provide all planning, labor, and equipment to develop and to execute each Traffic Control Plan (TCP) needed by the Engineer to perform services under each Work Authorization. The Engineer shall comply with the requirements of the most recent edition of the TMUTCD. The Engineer shall submit a copy of each TCP to the State for approval prior commencing any work on any State roadway. The Engineer shall provide all signs, flags, and safety equipment needed to execute the approved TCP. The Engineer shall notify the State in writing twenty-four (24) hours in advance of executing each TCP requiring a lane closure, and shall have received written concurrence from the State prior to beginning the lane closure. The Engineer’s field crew shall possess a copy of the approved TCP on the job site at all times and shall make the TCP available to the State for inspection upon request. The Engineer shall assign charges for any required traffic control to the applicable function code.
Traffic Control. The Surveyor shall control traffic in and near surveying operations adequately to comply with provisions of the latest edition of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control DevicesPart VI which can be found on the State’s internet site. In the event field crew personnel must divert traffic or close traveled lanes, a Traffic Control Plan based upon principles outlined in the latest edition of the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices – Part VI shall be prepared by the Surveyor and approved by the State prior to commencement of field work. A copy of the approved plan shall be in the possession of field crew personnel on the job site at all times and shall be made available to the State’s personnel for inspection upon request.
Traffic Control. Contractor shall conduct operations so as to minimize obstructing traffic flow on campus. MUTCD certified traffic control personnel shall be engaged and paid by the contractor at any time the work [including material delivery or debris removal] is anticipated or scheduled to impede traffic for more than five [5] minutes or as required by the Owner. MUTCD personnel are required to display their credentials with a photo ID. on a lanyard around their neck and a copy of the MUTCD credentials and ID. shall be submitted to the Owner for review and verification the day before MUTCD certified traffic control personnel are required. In addition, GT Police shall be engaged and paid by the contractor at the rate of $40.00 per hour when any work is occurring within 100’ of an intersections and at any time MUTDC certified traffic control personnel are required.
Traffic Control. Contractor shall conduct its operations in a manner which will minimize traffic congestion during A. M. and P. M. peak-hour traffic. This may require beginning work after the A. M. peak-hour traffic and ending work before the P. M. peak-hour traffic.
Traffic Control. The Contractor shall furnish all flagging and maintain all temporary traffic control signs and devices necessary to control traffic during construction operations at all locations. Traffic control plans and traffic control signs and devices shall conform to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices as adopted by the State of Washington, and shall be approved in advance by the City. Unless provided for specifically in the contract, no additional compensation will be made for traffic control.
Traffic Control. Traffic control plan(s) for the work may be required by the Agency(s) of Jurisdiction. Traffic control plans, if required, shall be prepared at Contractor’s expense, and traffic control shall be performed at Contractor’s expense in accordance with the requirements of the Agency(s) of Jurisdiction. All warning signs and safety devices used by the Contractor to perform the work shall conform to the requirements contained in the State of California, Department of Transportation’s current edition of “Manual of Traffic Controls for Construction and Maintenance Work Zones.” The Contractor shall also be responsible for all traffic control required by the agency having jurisdiction over the Project on the intersecting streets. Contractor must submit a traffic control plan to the agency having jurisdiction over the project for approval within fourteen (14) calendar Days of Contract award. The approved traffic plan must be submitted to MTS prior to the commencement of work in a public street. The Contractor’s representative on the site responsible for traffic control shall produce evidence that he/she has completed training acceptable to the California Department of Transportation for safety through construction zones. All of the streets in which the Work will occur shall remain open to traffic and one lane of traffic maintained at all times unless otherwise directed by the agency of jurisdiction. Businesses and residences adjacent to the work shall be notified forty- eight (48) hours in advance of closing of driveways. The Contractor shall make every effort to minimize the amount of public parking temporarily eliminated due to construction in areas fronting businesses. No stockpiles of pipe or other material will be allowed in traveled right-of- ways after working hours unless otherwise approved by MTS. These requirements shall not authorize any extension of time for performance of this Contract.
Traffic Control. Contractor shall conduct its operations in a manner which will minimize disruption to trail users and traffic congestion during A. M. and P. M. peak-hour traffic. This may require beginning work after the A. M. peak-hour traffic and ending work before the P. M. peak-hour traffic. Contractor shall maintain access to schools and commercial areas at all times during project operation. Spillage resulting from hauling operations along or across any public traveled way will be removed immediately by Contractor, at his expense. When entering or leaving roadways carrying public traffic, Contractor’s equipment, whether empty or loaded, shall in all cases yield to public traffic. Special emphasis will be placed on the use of trail work ahead or construction zone ahead signs at the beginning, end and all access and/or intersecting streets, roads, bicycle paths or trails under construction. Contractor shall provide and maintain all signs, barricades, pedestals, flashers, delineators and other necessary facilities for the protection of pedestrians, bicyclists, equestrian and motoring public within the limits of the construction area and all its approaches, including advanced signing and barricades. Contractor shall also post proper signs to notify public regarding condition of trail/roadway, all in accordance with provisions of the Vehicle Code and "Manual of Traffic Controls", as published by the State of California, Department of Transportation, latest edition. Flashing arrow signs, of the appropriate type per the "Manual of Traffic of Traffic Controls", latest edition, shall be provided for all lane closures on all arterial highways and collector street. Portable delineators, either conical (traffic cone) or tubular shaped plastic devices, with a minimum height of 28 inches will be used for delineation of the travel way. If the traffic cones or portable delineators are damaged, displaced or unacceptable for any reason by Park Staff or are not in an upright position from any cause, said cones or portable delineators will immediately be replaced or restored to their original location, in an upright position, by Contractor. Contractor shall maintain a safe route for public to pass in each direction at all times. If trail is too narrow for this to occur, detour or trail closed signage should be installed at the nearest intersections. Park staff must be advised at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of a trail closure to allow for public notifications to occur. Contr...