This handbook presents information and guidelines for temporary traffic control, including examples of typical traffic control applications. It applies to construction, maintenance, and utility work zones on local roads and streets in Wisconsin. This information is intended to illustrate the principles of proper temporary traffic control, but it does not establish standards or warrants. Part 6 of the MUTCD and the Wisconsin MUTCD (QR Code) contain the standards for temporary traffic control. Wisconsin Department of Transportation has additional requirements on the State Highway System for flagging procedures and work zone setups that include flaggers. See the Wisconsin Department of Transportation “Wisconsin Flagging Handbook (2020 Version)” for State Highway System specific requirements.
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