Temporary Traffic Control Manual
Mesa has implemented a new Temporary Traffic Control Manual replacing the City of Phoenix 2007 Traffic Barricade Manual and Mesa Supplement as the traffic control manual for the City (effective 1/11/18). The Temporary Traffic Control Manual provides information specific to Mesa, and additional guidance in several areas.
Automated Flagger Assistance Device (AFAD) Guidelines
City of Mesa Temporary Traffic Control Manual (2017)
Temporary Traffic Control Manual--"What's New" Highlights
Temporary Traffic Control Fees
Mesa City Code Title 10 Section 10 - Temporary Traffic Control
Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)
Temporary Traffic Control Permit
A valid Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) permit is required for most traffic restrictions in the City. There are some instances where a TTC permit is not required. These are explained in the TTC Rules and Procedures.
We administer the TTC Program in an effort to better manage traffic restrictions on City streets and minimize inconvenience and delay for drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. The TTC Program requires advance review and approval of most street restrictions and provides for improved coordination among various entities working in the public right-of-way and better oversight of temporary traffic control.
To apply for a Temporary Traffic Control Permit:
For More Information
If you have any questions about barricading or temporary traffic control, please contact the barricading coordinator assigned to your area (see map); or you may call 480-644-4TTC (4882) or e-mail email@example.com.