Work Zone Mobility and Safety Program
Photo collage: temporary lane closure, road marking installation, cone with mounted warning light, and drum separated work zones.
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Planning and Programming

Results
Practice Title Category Subcategory State
Multi−Level Transportation Management Plan (TMP)  Planning and Programming   Corridor Planning  Oregon,
Virginia
Corridor Planning to Minimize Delays and Enhance Safety in Work Zones  Planning and Programming   Corridor Planning  Indiana
Corridor Planning  Planning and Programming   Corridor Planning  Michigan
Partnering with the Local Community on Project Planning  Planning and Programming   Corridor Planning  Wisconsin
Corridor Modeling for Construction Closure and Restriction Alternatives  Planning and Programming   Corridor Planning  Utah
High Impact Project Task Forces  Planning and Programming   Organizational Strategy  Missouri
Coordination of State DOT, Local Government, and Utility Construction and Maintenance Work to Minimize Motorist Delays  Planning and Programming   Organizational Strategy  Oklahoma
Partnering to Improve Work Zone Design and Traffic Control  Planning and Programming   Organizational Strategy  Kansas
Use of a Computerized Planning System for Road Work and Lane Closures  Planning and Programming   Organizational Strategy  Federal Highways
Transportation Management Plan  Planning and Programming   Traffic Management Planning  California
Transportation Management Plan Development Tools  Planning and Programming   Traffic Management Planning  Illinois,
Indiana,
Kansas,
Maryland,
Rhode Island,
Virginia
Widening Bridges to Accommodate Future Construction  Planning and Programming   Traffic Management Planning  Wisconsin
Multi−Disciplinary Teams to Develop Transportation Management Plans (TMPs)  Planning and Programming   Traffic Management Planning2  Indiana
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