Traffic Management Plan (TMP)

We work with our clients to develop a Traffic Management Plan (TMP) tailored to their project’s needs. Our team considers factors such as traffic volume, speed limits, road conditions, and work zone design to develop a plan that maximizes safety and efficiency.


Our Traffic Management Plan is required to outline the traffic hazards, and to specify the measures needed for traffic control. Our Healthy & Safety regulations focus on safety requirements including increased Visibility for our Traffic Control Personnel, Signage, & Signaling.

Here at StopNGo Traffic Control we implement a strategy designed to safely mitigate the impact of Construction, Rehabilitation, Maintenance, Incident Management, & Special Events on roadways to maintain mobility and worker safety.

We plan the traffic diversion so that the flow of traffic ensures the safety of our workers, and the road work doesn’t endanger the other road users. As every Client has different needs for their projects, we take the following precautions into consideration when designing your Traffic Management Plan:

  • The type of work and how much of the road will be closed
  • The duration of the work (long, short, very short and whether it’s Stationary or Mobile work)
  • The hours in which the work will take place
  • The classification of the road (Highway, Non-Highway, Neighborhood, 1-Way Street, etc…)
  • The legal maximum speed limit
  • The location such as Urban/Rural road
  • The approximate number of vehicles that will use the road in a day (Traffic Volume)
  • The road surface (In general and during construction such as loose gravel)
  • Any Pedestrians or Cyclists that could pass through or near the work zone
  • The hazards related to the vehicle traffic
  • Written procedures for Set-Up, Maintaining, & Removing the work zone
  • Roles & Responsibilities in Setting up, Maintaining, Inspecting, and Removing the work zone
  • The layout of the work zone (Provisions must be made for flexible layouts as needs may change as the work progresses)
  • The maximum speed allowed of vehicles throughout the work zone
  • Types of signaling or traffic control devices to be used and their location
  • Management of any hazards created by the road work (Exp: Dust, Falling Rock, Loose Gravel, Pot Holes, etc…)
  • A communication strategy to inform the public in advance about road work and temporary traffic diversion
  • What the procedures are in case of an incident

If you have a project that requires the implementation and management of a Traffic Management Plan then Contact Us today!