|Library Item Number||Title|
Proper use and importance of arrow panels. Covers mode selections, design standards, applications and placement, costs and maintenance and recommendations.
|15-2||Better Inductive Loop Detectors
Examines the most commonly used detectors; loop placement, advantages, problems, and how to eliminate them; proper installation; and new designs.
|15-3||Breakaway Sign Program
Description of the New Jersey breakaway system for larger signs.
A detailed tape defining the importance of proper flagging techniques for roadway traffic.
|15-5||Flagging Operations and Procedures
Discusses equipment used, three basic flagging skills along with flagging operations and procedures.
|15-6||GME Flagging Procedures and Devices
Points of inspection for flagging procedures.
|15-7||Iowa Signals Go
Part 1 is used to increase awareness of traffic signal timing and update improvements available for modern timing signal practices. Part 2 discusses how proper timing signals helps save money, gas and prevent pollution.
|15-8||Impact Recovery Systems
This video shows new types of traffic delineators and barricades that "rebound" and remain in place, undamaged, after being struck by motor vehicles.
|15-9||New Directions in Sign Management
Stresses the importance of a sign program, properly installed signs and consulting the MUTCD manual.
|15-10||Positive Signs of Life
Stresses the importance of having a sign inventory.
|15-11||Sign Management R.T.
Good sign management consists of inventory, evaluation and a replacement schedule.
|15-12||A Sign for the 90s
This video introduces a software package for making road signs. It offers a description along with advantages of this quick program.
Demonstration of the FW Sign Trailer along with the advantages it brings.
|15-14||Safe Efficient Lane Closure
Gives procedure for safe efficient lane closure which includes inspection of site, plan of site, check equipment, safe set-up and safe removal.
|15-15||Sign Maintenance and Installation
The video includes a procedure for keeping track of signs and setting priorities for needed maintenance; examples of the proper use of traffic control devices; and typical field operations using the appropriate equipment for a specific job, the tools needed, and proper placement of signs.
|15-16||SWAREFLEX - Wild Animal Highway Warning Reflectors - Parts I and II
This video series addresses the instillation of warning signs and their effectiveness.
|15-17||Sign Maintenance and Installation
Methods of maintaining and installing all types of signs in the field.
|15-18||Traffic Control Signals at Intersections
Covers determination of when traffic control signals are needed at intersections along with explanations of how phasing and signal timing works.
|15-19||Traffic Sign Placement and Location
Gives Information on the placement and location of signs.
|15-20||Traffic Sign Inspection and Maintenance
Provides information on sign facilities, inventory systems, inspection programs and maintenance procedures along with the benefits they will bring.
|15-21||Worldwide Traffic Sign Systems
Video discusses the types and purposes of road signs in all three traffic sign systems (U.S., European, Latin America). This video also explains similarities and differences in the design elements of all four traffic sign systems.
|15-22||Where does the Road Go?
Stresses the importance of having areas properly signed and problems that could arise if they are not.
|15-23||To Warn, Guide and Protect: An Introduction to Flagging
Gives information on when a flagger is to be used, flagging equipment and use of the flagging equipment.