Advanced Maintenance of Traffic Refresher

NOT CURRENTLY CERTIFIED? REGISTER FOR AN ADVANCED MOT/TTC TRAINING COURSE 

Description 

Advanced Maintenance of Traffic qualification is required for any person responsible for the design of work zone traffic control site-specific plans to route roadway users including pedestrians and bicyclists safely around work operations. Responsibilities include: 

  • Produce clear and concise temporary traffic control plans including barriers 
  • Develop Transportation Management Plans 
  • Consult with Traffic Operations during construction operations expected to impact daily traffic flows 
  • Consult Public Information Officers to provide messages to public concern significant construction projects 
  • Follow guidance in Construction Project Administration Manual  
  • Reference appropriate Standard Plans Index and necessary modifications 
  • Develop clear plan notes and specifications for temporary traffic control 
  • Develop plans and notes to clearly identify work zone phasing  
  • Ability to operate as Worksite Traffic Supervisor  
  • Develop cost estimates for work zone implementation 

Virtual Training & Online Testing 

FDOT approved UF T2 Center to provide virtual training with a corresponding online-proctored testing session for Advanced MOT/TTC trainings.  

  • Virtual training link sent to registered students prior to the training course 
  • Web-enabled device with front facing camera, microphone and speakers required 

Training Coordinators  

  • Unique email address required for each student 
  • Training books mailed to address on the student’s registration 
  • Please contact us immediately to request alternate mailing address 
  • Dedicated Web-enabled device required for each student  
  • Audio and video required during demonstration exercises and the duration of the online-proctored exam 
  • Exclusive offerings for your group are available, upon request.  

Registration Fee 

  • $275 

UFTI-T2 Payment Policy 

Who Should Complete This Course?  

  • Professional Engineers 
  • FDOT employees 
  • Local agency maintenance workers 
  • Local agency roadway personnel 
  • FDOT and local agency contractor 
  • Construction engineering inspector 
  • Private consultant personnel in surveying, engineering, and underground utility  
  • Federal, State, and local work zone traffic control planner, designer, superintendent, and inspector 
  • Roadway construction crew personnel 
  • Roadway maintenance crew personnel 
  • Emergency responders 
  • Police officers 
  • Road rangers 

Prerequisites 

  • Current Advanced Maintenance of Traffic / Temporary Traffic Control qualification  
  • Check your qualification expiration date before registering for a Refresher course 
  • Recommended prerequisites to become certified initially include two years of experience in construction project administration and traffic control plan development 
  • Find a two-day Advanced MOT training course for initial qualification 
  • The two-day course is required if your expiration date has passed 

Training Requirements 

  • A Current Advanced Maintenance of Traffic / Temporary Traffic Control qualification  
  • Successfully complete one-day course including flagging exercise and proctored exam  
  • At least 70% of exam questions must be answered correctly on proctored exam 
  • Upon completion, qualification emailed by MOT Administrator www.motadmin.com 
  • Qualification expires four years after the date of successful completion 
  • 8 PDH available to Professional Engineers 

Renewal 

  • Before expiration, renew qualification with one-day refresher course 
  • Register for one-day Advanced MOT Refresher course with UFTI-T2 Center  

Course Length 

  • 8 hours 

Agenda 

TRAINING DAY 1  Training Day 1 View start time on schedule of courses.
0.5 Hour Student must present state-issued identification during sign in, training course, and exam Sign-In 
5.5 HoursPolicy and manuals, fundamental principles of work zone, temporary traffic control devices, temporary traffic control zones, standard plans review, transportation management plans, TTC pay items, flagging operations, construction project administration Instruction 
2.0 Hours60-question proctored exam Exam