Temporary Traffic Control (TTC)

Formerly Known as Maintenance of Traffic (MOT)

Current Available TTC Trainings

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Business Hours: M-F 8:00am-4:00pm

 

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Course Introduction

The intermediate MOT Level is the most popular level taught throughout the state. This 16-hour course is required for personnel with the responsibility or authority to decide on the specific MOT requirements to be implemented in the State of Florida.

You need MOT training if:

  • You are a FDOT employee, contractor, consultant, surveyor, utility company personnel, local maintaining agency, or any other appropriate person.

And if you are responsible for:

  • Work zone traffic control planning, design, implementation, inspection, and/or for supervising the selection, placement, or maintenance of traffic control schemes and devices in work zones on the State Highway System.

The topics include

  • Proper and effective documentation in the event of disputes and litigation
  • Design exercises and problem solving of MOT plans
  • Group workshops on traffic plans
  • Flagging operations
  • Successful completion of this course allows individuals to train flaggers for their company.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long are TTC certifications good for? +

Training or refresher courses for all three levels of TTC training are required every four (4) years

What are the prerequisites for TTC classes? +
  • Basic Training and Intermediate Training - No experience necessary
  • Advanced Training - Not at this time
  • Refresher- The appropriate category refresher course taken before and must be current!
What are the requirement for students to sit in class and for exam? +

Basic, Intermediate, Advanced

  • Student must have a Valid State-issued Driver's License Number, Valid State-issued Identification Card Number or a valid Passport number prior to sitting for class
  • Student must present identification prior to sitting for exam
  • Writing must be legible on Exam sheet
    (DL is used for identification purpose only, email is used to send student login instructions for exam results)

Intermediate Refresher, Advanced Refresher

  • Student must have a Valid State-issued Driver's License Number, Valid State-issued Identification Card Number or a valid Passport number prior to sitting for class
  • Instructor/Proctor will verify student's MOT Certificate has NOT expired before sitting for class
What happens upon completion of a training course? +
  • Upon successful completion of a training course (Passing grade: 70%), each individual will receive login instructions on how to print their wallet-sized card and full certificate, which shows the student’s name, the Provider’s name and ID # (not applicable for Flaggers when not instructed by a Provider), the instructor’s name, the course category, and the expiration date
  • For all classes taken through Providers, the Administrator will issue Certificates and list the individual in the website database
What happens if I fail the exam? +

A failing grade on any course exam requires the student to retake that same course prior to retesting. There is no longer a requirement to retake the full Advanced or Intermediate course upon failure of a refresher course exam. If a certificate expires prior to passing a refresher course, the full Advanced or Intermediate course must be taken. Students should proactively schedule refresher courses well in advance of their certificate’s expiration date.

Exam Results: +
  • Exams may take up to 2 weeks to process after the provider has submitted them to the MOT Administrator (excluding weekend and holidays)
  • Once exams are processed and grades posted, student will be notified by the Administrator via email
  • Username to login is the student's TIN#, which is bubbled in on the TTC Exam
  • Once grade is posted no changes can be made to the TIN# since the grade and certificate are linked to it
  • If you do not provide an email you will not receive login instructions, contact the Administrator or use student guide
  • If your email is not legible you will not receive login instructions, contact the Administrator
  • It is the responsibility of the student to provide their employer with a copy of their certificate. Certificates are located in the student profile, you must login to print it. The MOT Administrator  does not email them or send them by mail.

Click this link to login: https://www.motadmin.com/login.aspx

Is TTC training provided in Spanish? +

The FDOT does not permit providers of TTC training to offer the class in any language other than English. You may ask why? The answer is that the 600 series design standards, which are essentially the backbone of the entire MOT process are written in English and require a person who can fluently speak and read English.

Are there special accommodations for TTC training and exams? +

No. Public Safety is at stake and any person responsible for Temporary Traffic Control must be able to comprehend course material and writing.

Does Safety LInks offer CEU/PDH credits to PE's? +

In most cases we provide CEU's we. Please call us to see if we provide them for your Profession. 1.800.768.7036

What happens if a Refresher class is cancelled by the Provider and the TTC Certificate expires before I can get rescheduled? +
  • Form 009 allows a Provider, Student, or Student's Employer to request an extension to attend a future Refresher class due to valid reasons listed on the form. This is ONLY for Student's whose TTC Certificate will expire prior to the original registered class. All information will be verified before approval is given. If extension is approved Student may not do any TTC work related to his/her expired certificate until a valid MOT Certificate is issued.
  • Form must be filled out and emailed to admin@motadmin.com. After information is verified, form will be sent to FDOT. If a letter of approval is issued student must present it with the TTC Wallet Card/Certificate.
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