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BC ROADBUILDERS and HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION Fall Conference September 20, 2005 CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT By:Norm Parkes, Ministry of Transportation.

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1 BC ROADBUILDERS and HEAVY CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION Fall Conference September 20, 2005 CONSTRUCTION TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT By:Norm Parkes, Ministry of Transportation Dan Gould, Ministry of Transportation Ed Miska, Ministry of Transportation Rodney Chapman, Ministry of Transportation

2 Previous Reviews: Previous Reviews: January 6, 2005 January 6, MoT and BC Roadbuilders March 10, 2005 March 10, Day long workshop - CEBC, BC Roadbuilders, MoT - Lots of experience and ability - Lots of input and comments from all groups

3 What MoT Heard What MoT Heard No. 1 - Construction Traffic Management occurs during all phases of a project. all phases of a project. - Construction Traffic Management best handled during engineering phase, and during engineering phase, and

4 No. 2 - Contractors want to know what to bid on. No. 3 - Contractors want consistent application and enforcement of construction traffic management enforcement of construction traffic management contract requirements. contract requirements. No. 4 - All three industry groups: Contractors Consulting Engineers MoT have major roles to play in contributing to the building blocks to ensure a concrete foundation to construction traffic management. have major roles to play in contributing to the building blocks to ensure a concrete foundation to construction traffic management.

5 What MoT Said What MoT Said No. 1 –have to identify, understand, and incorporate the needs of our road users and the Roadbuilders. No. 2 –construction traffic management is part of the project cycle. No. 3 –good traffic control does not overcome poor traffic management. No. 4 –poor traffic control ruins good traffic management.

6 Now we will review the three main project phases to better handle construction traffic management, and an update to changing traffic control standards. Now we will review the three main project phases to better handle construction traffic management, and an update to changing traffic control standards. Project Development Phase Project Development Phase Engineering Phase Engineering Phase Update to traffic control standards and specifications Update to traffic control standards and specifications Tender and Construction Phase Tender and Construction Phase


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