The following are additional tools and resources that are maintained by the TCP Unit:
|Traffic Control Cost Estimator Tool (Updated - April, 2013) |
Used to make cost estimates for TCP designs. This tool is explained in detail in Chapter 6 of the Traffic Control Plans Design Manual.
|Transportation Management Plans |
In complying with the contents of Federal Rule 23 CFR 630 Subpart J – Work Zone Safety and Mobility (effective October 12, 2007), ODOT is providing the following information and resources to aide in the development of your Transportation Management Plan (TMP).
ODOT TMP Project
Level Guidance Manual
This document gives additional guidance on developing Transportation Management Plans (TMP) beyond Chapter 1.2.3 of the Traffic Control Plans Design Manual.
"Full" Version TMP: A TMP that includes the following three components:
- The Traffic Control Plan (TCP) and documentation of all related design and construction staging decisions.
- Traffic Operations (TO) strategies to better manage traffic before and during construction work.
- Public Information (PI) campaigns used to notify road users of the upcoming construction project, its impacts and their transportation alternatives.
"Simplified" Version TMP: A TMP that includes the Traffic Control Plan (TCP) and thorough documentation of all related design and construction staging decisions.
Complete a "Full" TMP for projects meeting the following criteria:
Complete a "Simplified" TMP for all other projects.
- Projects with a total construction budget of $5 million or more.
- Projects on a freeway within a Transportation Management Area (TMA).
Oregon DOT and FHWA recommend completing a "Full" TMP for all projects, with individual components being relative to the scope of work.
Below are several examples of TMPs:
TMP Example 1, TMP Example 2
TMP Example 3, TMP Example 4
TMP Example 5, TMP Example 5 Appendix (12 MB)
|Work Zone Traffic Analysis Tool |
This web-based tool is used to determine when traffic volumes are low enough for travel lanes to be safely closed for construction.
To request a Traffic Analysis for a Work Zone from a Region Traffic Analyst, please use the Traffic Analysis Work Request Form.
|Temporary Transverse Rumble Strips Request Form|
Temporary transverse rumble strips require State Traffic Engineer approval based upon an engineering analysis/study. Please fill out the form and provide all relevant information. A engineering analysis/study may also be required. Please submit the form to the Traffic Control Plans Engineer as soon as possible in the project development phase of the project for approval.
|MicroStation Drawings |
The TCP cell library and caches were updated on April 24, 2009. All new projects should be completed using TCP.cel, TCPV8 and PlansV8 caches.
Please reference in the new caches for your active seed file and utilize the TCP.cel library for all new projects.
|Work Zone Tour Proposal |
The Work Zone Tour Proposal is a revised description (April 10, 2008) of the purpose and process of the annual ODOT Construction Work Zone Tours.
|ODOT Regional Mobility Liaisons |
|Freeway Preservation Case Study |
FHWA case study on using weekend closures on Interstate 84 in Portland to expedite road rehabilitation and minimize impacts to motorists and construction operations.