plan provides highway regulation information to highway users.
The most restrictive route features.
Direction of movement.
Location of boundaries, highway regulating points, traffic
control posts, and location of principal units and facilities.
Major geographic features and light lines (if applicable).
Key MP traffic control measures.
An example of a traffic circulation plan is shown in Figure 1-3.
e. Traffic Control Plan
The provost marshal is responsible for preparing the traffic control
plan. Normally, it is in map overlay form. It shows the control measures
to be enforced on the road network.
It is similar to the traffic
circulation plan, but deals with the measures that will be taken to control
traffic circulation. The key word here is "control." It would identify TCP
locations, patrol areas, temporary signs, and other MP control measures.
Figure 1-4 depicts a sample traffic control plan.
will be needed if the MSR is blocked.
The traffic control plan is provided to the HTD for inclusion in the
traffic circulation plan. The PM operations section keeps the plan current
and provides changes to the HTD.
In summary, and to keep the three types of plans correctly in mind,
it is helpful for you to remember the key word associated with each plan.
Highway regulation plan-capabilities.
Traffic circulation plan-use.
Traffic control plan-control.