Roadway Safety and Work Zone Traffic Control - Silverthorne
Event Date: 9/26/2023
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Town Hall Council Chambers
601 Center Circle
**Presented in Partnership with the Town of Silverthorne**
- Overview of Part 1 and 6 of the MUTCD as it is applied to Work Zone Traffic Control
- Problems created for the traveling public when traffic control is not set up correctly
- Safety concerns of the employee and the organization when working within the Right-of-Way
- Safety enhancements that can be used within the Roadway System
In the State of Colorado, the primary document used to develop and manage traffic control is the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). More specifically Part Six of this manual when dealing with construction or maintenance in a work zone. Traffic Control operates and looks very differently on paved versus unpaved roads, and on two-lane versus multilane roads, but your agency’s staff is required to setup the traffic control on each of these types of roads. This program will provide some insight into the development of a Traffic Control Plan and setting up of that traffic control.
This program will also examine some of the Safety features that can be used to enhance the safety of the roadway for the traveling public (i.e. Rumble strips and stripes, the Safety Edge, and enhanced curve delineation).
This course will benefit all employees, foremen and supervisors.
This course is a CORE class in the Roads Scholar I course track and required for graduation. Click above for more details.
The registration fee for this workshop is $50 per person for employees of government agencies and $75 per person for non-government agencies. Fee includes any class handouts and lunch. Registration can be paid online, or via invoice upon special request. Please contact email@example.com for questions.
Please be considerate of those on the waiting list, cancel early if necessary. A full refund will be made if you cancel no later than 3 business days prior to the training day; otherwise, you will forfeit the registration fee.
In order to receive credit for this class, attendees must stay until the end when it is dismissed by the instructor and class certificates are awarded.
Prior to joining CO LTAP, Kristi worked for the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) where she started as a boots-on-the-ground highway maintenance member and then promoted to Lead Worker and eventually Junior Foreman. Kristi worked for a major Colorado construction equipment supplier and was a CDL-A nationwide OTR truck driver, moving into a local position hauling hay to various farms around the state and country.
Kristi, in her spare time, is a huge supporter of the bully breed, spends time with her two dogs, a Dachshund named Jägermeister and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Karma. She works as the treasurer for the local county historical museum and is also involved in photography and reading about local history.