Traffic control is one of the most important roles in road and highway construction. Traffic control workers are responsible for maintaining the flow of disrupted traffic, exposed to the severest winter conditions, often hostile motor vehiclists
Many work activities require traffic control services to help ease the disruption of traffic on our roads and highways. Such work can be regular maintenance or the building of new roadways, the construction of bridges, tunnels and overpasses, sewer work, utilities work on road allowances, construction equipment that takes up road space, or special events such as movie shooting, sporting events or parades.
As traffic volumes increase in our modern world, the management of vehicle flow around obstructions of any kind becomes essential. It is important that motorists and pedestrians be warned of these obstructions and that every effort is made to keep the traffic from being a threat to workers on the road, to pedestrians and to the motorists themselves. Efficient management of traffic around obstructions involves clearly marking the danger area, adequate warning to the public well in advance of the area of concern, and professional efficient management of the traffic flow itself.
We offer a wide variety of traffic control services and solutions throughout the Province of British Columbia. If you are interested in becoming a traffic controller, please call 604-541-1611 or toll free 1-800-663-6588.