Washington’s rule book for signs, signals and road markings, has nearly 200 pages devoted to Temporary Traffic Control (TTC), which aims to protect people on a construction site and move travelers through a construction zone as efficiently as possible.
Washington’s rule book for signs, signals and road markings, has nearly 200 pages devoted to Temporary Traffic Control (TTC), which aims to protect people on a construction site and move travelers through a construction zone as efficiently as possible. City of Bellingham Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Washington’s rule book for signs, signals and road markings, has nearly 200 pages devoted to Temporary Traffic Control (TTC), which aims to protect people on a construction site and move travelers through a construction zone as efficiently as possible. City of Bellingham Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Give ’em a break; a lot of planning goes into properly setting up construction signage

August 22, 2016 4:01 AM