Intermediate Maintenance of Traffic


Intermediate Maintenance of Traffic qualification is required for any person placing temporary traffic control devices or relocating devices in or alongside the roadway to implement a traffic control plan to route roadway users including pedestrians and bicyclists safely around work operations. Responsibilities include: 

  • Read and understand roadway temporary traffic control plan 
  • Setup cones, drums, or other traffic control devices as depicted on traffic control plan  
  • Maintain and replace traffic control devices in work zones, as needed 
  • Recognize dangerous driver behavior in work zone and notify Worksite Traffic Supervisor  
  • Shift traffic control devices, as needed for construction phasing operations 
  • Take down cones, drums, or other traffic control devices  work zones   
  • Stop, release, and slow traffic including pedestrians and bicyclists using approved devices 
  • Guide traffic through work zone transitions 
  • Communication with additional flaggers in work zone 
  • Identify dangerous situations and warn work crews 
  • Ability to physically stand for long periods and move quickly  
  • Be vigilant to approaching traffic, work crews, and phasing during construction operations 

Registration Fee  

  • $325

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Virtual Training & Online Testing 

FDOT approved UF T2 Center to provide virtual training with a corresponding online-proctored testing session for Intermediate 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.  

Who Should Complete This Course?  

  • 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 


  • Recommended prerequisites include one year of experience in basic plan reading skills along with experience in construction operations, traffic control, and plan development. 

Training Requirements 

  • Successfully complete two-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 
  • Qualification expires four years after the date of successful completion 
  • 16 PDH available to Professional Engineers 


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

Course Length 

  • 16 hours 


Training Day 1 Click here to view schedule of available courses.
0.5 HrStudent must present state-issued identification during sign in, training course, and examSign-In & Introduction
7.5 HrPolicy and manuals, fundamental principles of work zone, temporary traffic control devices, temporary traffic control zones, standard plans reviewInstruction (all day)
Training Day 2 Click here to view schedule of available courses.
6.0 HrConsiderations in practical problem solving, transportation management plans, TTC pay items, flagging operations, construction project administrationInstruction & Summary
2.0 Hr50-question proctored examProctored Exam