Traffic Management


When you consult us for our standard traffic control services, we take the time to understand your requirements and expectations. We’ll consider factors such as:

  • Time, date and frequency of your work: Will your job require a lane closure? Will your job be mobile and require several setups and tear downs throughout the day? Will the work take place in an area that requires frequent changes in signage to address different road conditions as the work zone shifts to protect your workers? What part of the day and week will the work take place? Different parts of the day and week have changing traffic flow patterns that must be addressed with the appropriate types of XPG crews and work zone set ups for the correct traffic control.  For instance, will the work take place on a roadway subject to heavy commuter traffic during weekday mornings and evenings requiring additional flagging resources? We know the right questions to be asking and once we understand the requirements of your jobsite, we can plan for how many flagman will be needed along with the necessary traffic control devices for the work zone to keep everyone safe and minimize the impact on traffic flow.
  • Types of traffic: Different traffic patterns pose different challenges and risks to construction and work zone crews. In other instances, construction crews may be required to move equipment across the traffic lane. In standard flagging operations, our traffic control professionals stay in close verbal and non-verbal contact with other XPG  team members, as well as with the construction crew to ensure safe coordination of traffic control. When we all work together, we minimize the disruption to traffic and allow roadwork crews enough time to safely and efficiently complete their jobs.