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DetailsC31 - A construction zone traffic control contractor prepares or removes lane closures, flagging, or traffic diversions, utilizing portable devices, such as cones, delineators, barricades, sign stands, flashing beacons, flashing arrow trailers, and changeable message signs, on roadways, including, but not limited to, public streets, highways, or any public conveyance.
- Course Covers
1. PLANNING AND ESTIMATING (20%)
Design of traffic control plans
Plan readying and evaluation to determine scope of work
Evaluation of compliance with CA MUTCD
Estimation of material, equipment, and labor costs
2. PERMITS AND NOTIFICATIONS (6%)
Verification of permits for traffic control project
Notification of public and appropriate agencies regarding traffic control
3. TRAFFIC CONTROL INSTALLATION (48%)
Development of installation plan with contingencies
Installation of traffic control devices
Inspection and maintenance of traffic control zones
Removal of traffic control devices
Implementation of moving lane closures
4. SAFETY (26%)
Personal protective equipment
Evaluation of traffic control equipment quality
Loading and securing equipment for transport
Implementation of safe environment and emergency procedures
- Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Construction Zone Traffic Control Contractor
Construction Zone Traffic Control Contractor Exam Overview
English vs. Metric Units
Temporary Traffic Control Elements
Channelizers and Barricades
Portable Changeable Message Signs (PCMS)
Flashing Arrow Signs (FAS)
- Sample Questions
1. 205 traffic cones are required for a lane closure. The cost of renting cones is $.52 each day. What would be the rental cost for 8 days?
c. $852.80 *
2. The California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices handles traffic safety for which of the following?
a. All roads in California
b. All interstate freeways
c. All California public works projects
d. All areas the driving public has access to in California *
3. A pilot vehicle is being used on a traffic control project. Bicyclists need to get through the closure. What is the BEST option for the C-31 contractor?
a. Let all of the bicyclists go ahead of traffic
b. Make the bicyclists find an alternate route
c. Allow the bicyclists to proceed at their own risk without escort, as long as they go against traffic to increase their visibility
d. It depends on the conditions and discussions with the inspector and prime contractor *