What is Temporary Traffic Control (TTC)?
Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) means the temporary management of motorized and non-motorized traffic through the use of official traffic control devices, including but not limited to signs, markings, fence, barricades, lights, delineators, and channelizers, as necessary when the construction, repair, removal, excavation, work, event, or other activity, whether within or adjacent to the public Right-of-Way, impacts normal traffic conditions.
What is a Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Permit and when you should obtain one?
A Temporary Traffic Control Permit (TTC Permit) must be obtained from the City of Lee's Summit Public Works Department any time the authorized Right-of-Way user performs work or actions that narrows, closes, or otherwise impacts the normal flow of vehicular traffic or pedestrian traffic on any public street or sidewalk. This permit will consist of Permit Application Conditions, Permit Holder Requirements, and other relevant information. Requests for a permit should be made at least 48 hours prior to work or 10 business days prior to work that requires a detour. Applicable fee(s) must be paid before a permit will be issued.
Activity where a Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Permit is not required:
- Private property and Private Streets. Streets within a development project that have not been accepted by the City are considered private property.
- State (MoDOT) Right-of-Way. Applicable traffic control permits required by the state should be obtained from MoDOT.
- Conditions where parking is allowed (e.g. most residential streets) and the activity would not obstruct the normal flow of traffic (e.g. road closure). Parking restrictions are listed in the Code of Ordinances, Chapter 29, especially Appendix B.
Ordinance - Chapter 26, Article III "Right-of-Way Management" of the Code of Ordinances
Referenced Standards and Specifications:
Temporary traffic control shall be in accordance with the City of Lee's Summit Standard Details (Temporary Traffic Control Details) and Standard Specifications in the Design and Construction Manual Section 3000.
How do I obtain a Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Permit?