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Dicke Tools Temporary Traffic Control Pocket Reference Guide

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Dicke's Temporary Traffic Control Pocket Reference Guide is the economical job aid for traffic control personnel.

With continual increases in traffic congestion, more frustrated drivers, and deteriorating infrastructure, roadway work zone accidents have soared to an all-time high. There are solutions for this problem: mainly, ensuring that the right information is communicated and made available to each roadway worker exposed to danger. Dicke's Temporary Traffic Control Pocket Reference Guide is designed to help protect workers from construction work zone hazards by giving them 80 thick, laminated, "field durable" pages of charts, tables, and work zone drawings that are easy to use and apply to roadway situations. Based on the current Federal MUTCD, the reference guide gives workers important information on how to positively guide motorists through work zones using the proper equipment and placements. Make sure that roadway workers are safe on the job and bring work zones into compliance with Federal State DOT requirements and OSHA standards by giving workers Dicke's Temporary Traffic Control Pocket Reference Guides.

  • Based on the current Federal MUTCD
  • 80 thick, laminated, "field durable" pages
  • Quick reference charts and tables
  • Quick reference typical work zone drawings
  • Easy to use and apply to roadway situations
  • Compact 7" x 3-5/8" size

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Q&A's:

"What is the price for this."

$13.49

"Can you please tell me what edition you offer?"

Hi Crystal, sorry this took so long to get this to you, we have the 2009 edition, with revisions. You can also go to the dicketool.com web site under their home page there is a column for links, open that and you will see the MUTCD link check that out and see if that's any help to you.