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The ability to quickly implement proper temporary traffic controls might greatly reduce the effects of a secondary incident, such as crashes, disabled vehicles or excessive traffic delays. An essential function for Emergency Response Personnel is the proper control of traffic through the incident scene in order to protect responders, victims, and other personnel while providing safe traffic flow.
The guidelines in the link below were developed to secure and coordinate the resources necessary to restore a roadway’s operation in a safe and timely manner.
To view the Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Operating Procedures at the Scene of a Roadway Incident click here.