At TES one of our Certified Traffic Control Technicians will survey your site and then computer generate the traffic control plan.
Used on a two-way/two-lane road where there is one lane on each direction and no median barrier, a flagging operation will keep traffic flowing by alternating traffic on a single open lane.
This is best when a job requires little to no traffic, like in the case of a mobile crane. A road closure can be placed along with a detour way to keep traffic flowing.
When there is more than one lane, a lane closure can be done by pushing traffic into the remaining open lane(s) creating a safe work environment.
Similar to a flagging operation where there is a single way in each direction but with additional shoulder space, a lane shift can be done to move traffic from both lanes away from the work zone.
There may be jobs where a single spot requires about 15 minutes worth of work before heading to the next one or where a crew will be constantly moving in a slow pace.
TES does events too! From inbound-to-outbound traffic setups around stadiums for games, concerts, and marathons.
At Traffic Engineering Services, we supply all your traffic control needs. From flagging operations to extensive road closures, we are able to provide it all. We offer both long and short-term traffic control set ups. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to fulfill all our customers emergency service needs. Traffic Engineering Services can also obtain your various permits throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.