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Video Conference

ATSSA Traffic Control Technician (TCT)

  • Feb 5, 2020 (9:00 - 5:00 pm CT; 8:00 - 4:00 pm MT)
    Video Conference (designated rooms at DOT sites)


REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, January 17, 2020

A copy of the general sign in sheet can be downloaded by clicking here.

The above opportunity and more can be accessed by visiting the TLN Learning Management System (LMS).


In an effort to support the FHWA Work Zone Safety and Mobility Rule that applies to all State and Local Governments receiving Federal-aid highway funding (reference 23 CFR 630 Subpart J), we are pleased to offer the ATSSA Traffic Control Technician (TCT) course as the industry standard for work zone safety training.

Everyone involved in construction work-zone projects should have basic knowledge of temporary traffic control that allows them to assist in installing traffic control devices, monitoring their performance, and recognizing deficiencies during the course of a project. The TCT course is an introduction to temporary traffic control in work zones for individuals who work in the field installing and removing traffic control devices. The course provides concepts, techniques, and practice exercises in the installation and maintenance of traffic control devices.

  • There will be an exam at the end of the day with approximately one hour to complete.
  • This is not a certification class; ATSSA will issue certificates of completion.


Tim Luttrell, ATSSA Master Trainer, is a Senior Transportation Engineer with Leidos and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Tennessee and the District of Columbia. He currently manages contracts with FHWA on work zone safety, is an ATSSA Master Instructor under the Work Zone Safety Grant Program, and performs traffic studies and design for the Army Corps of Engineers and the Naval Facilities Engineering Command.

Target Audience

Personnel involved in the development, design, implementation, operation, inspection, and enforcement of work zone related transportation management and traffic control. This includes design engineers, traffic operations, data collection staff, safety personnel, construction project staff, maintenance staff, consultant engineers working for DOTs on state projects, and contractor and utility staff. This may also include executive-level decision-makers, policy makers, senior managers, information officers, and law enforcement and incident responders.

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