The is a great deal of information about Traffic Control on the internet and we cannot summarize all of it in our own web pages. But we can tell you where it is. You can help us do this by contacting us if you find a dead link on this page so that we can fix it.
We will list Traffic Control links by category and you can click on them to explore the topic. Some are pretty general and others more specific. Explore them all for a full picture of the traffic control industry. Remember, these links take you away from our pages. To come back easily, either use the back arrow in your browser or, preferably, before you go, bookmark us.
WorkSafe BC and Traffic Control
We can only scratch the surface here. These links are offered on the understanding that they relate to traffic control and they are not definitive. We have tried to point out the important stuff but there is lots more buried there.
|.WorksafeBC Website Home Page – to explore on your own, start here|
|Workers Compensation Act – you can read the whole statute here|
|WorkSafe BC Regulations – Part 3 – Rights and Responsibilities – Occupational Health and Safety Programs, Unsafe Work Conditions, No Discrimination, Young and New Workers|
|WorkSafe BC Regulations – Part 4 – General Conditions – Impairment, Working Alone or in Isolation, Workplace Conduct|
|WorkSafe BC Regulations – Part 18 – Traffic Control – the Part devoted to Traffic Control|
|WorkSafe BC Approved TCP Training – the BCCSA is the only source of approved TCP training. Check out their course information.|
Municipal Traffic Control Services
City of Burnaby – The City of Burnaby Website is easy to navigate. Permits for working on the road are found under City Services/Roads and Traffic/Requests. Most of what you want can be found under Lane Closure. The Lane Closure Request Form is also available online.
City of Port Coquitlam – The Lane Closure Request Form is available online.
City of Vancouver – The City of Vancouver Home Page leads to a massive website. There is a page for “Traffic Control for Road Construction” which sets out everything you will need to know when working on City Streets. The City’s Traffic Bylaw specifically requires compliance with the MoTH Manual when works on the City streets will impact traffic. A Permit is required and to get it one fills out the Application Form and applies through the Engineering Department. A Traffic Plan or a reference to a drawing in the MoTH Manual will be required.
Corporation of Delta – The Corporation of Delta Home Page is not easy to navigate. However the Engineering Department page gives you their contact numbers and the Highway Use Permit is there. It also contains contact numbers.
Township of Langley – It is not that easy to find traffic control information on the Langley Township Website. Engineering Services can be reached at (604) 532-7300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Township has various Highway Use Application Forms available on their Website.
Provincial Government and Traffic Control
There is a wealth of Information on the various Governement of BC websites.
|Statutes of BC – here you can look up any of BC’s statutes or regulations. A tough read but this is the “Law|
|Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure- (the old MoTH) this is their Home Page. It is pretty general in scope and covers all areas of the Ministry jurisdiction.|
|MoTI Traffic Control and Training – Now we are getting specific. This is where traffic control information begins.|
|MoTH Manual – here is the “Traffic Control Manual for Work on Roadways” right from the horses mouth, so to speak!|
|MoTI Permits – Highways and roads not in Cities or Municipalities, and major arterial roads, need a Provincial Permit to work in the road allowance|
For RCMP Contact Numbers go to the RCMP Website.
Municipal Police contact information may be found at the BC Government Policing Website;
Ansan can provide you with your traffic planning needs. However, we have fall back suppliers of services whom we rely upon and they can be a valuable resource for information and service.