Traffic Signs and Pavement Markings
- Workshop Manual: Traffic Signs and Pavement Markings (pdf 7.5MB)
- A Roadmaster qualified course
- How to Request a Workshop
- Sign hardware
- Sign program administration
Who Should Attend
Superintendents of highway and public works departments, supervisors, crew leaders and others who are involved with the ordering, installation and maintenance of signs.
The bottom line
Maintaining a uniform system of traffic control devices in accordance with MUTCD will keep road users safe, and can protect your municipality from litigation.
Al Bachner, P.E., is retired from the New York State Department of Transportation. His work has focused on traffic safety issues. He is currently an adjunct professor at Nassau Community College.
Ken Swain, retired from NYSDOT with over 37 years of experience in highway construction and maintenance, employee safety and health, training and outreach. He has presented seminars on Work Zone Safety all around the State of New York.
Ken Swain, retired from NYSDOT with over 37 years of experience in highway construction and maintenance, employee safety and health, training and outreach.
$50 per attendee
Timing of workshops
Workshops typically run from 8.30am to 3pm. Sign-in starts at 8am.
Dates and Locations