Maintenance of Traffic (MOT)/temporary traffic control (ttc) courses

Temporary Traffic

MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC (MOT) / TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL (TTC) COURSES


All personnel working on or near roadways in the State of Florida should attend the courses, including roadway maintenance workers, traffic device installation/maintenance personnel, water and water treatment workers, park and recreation personnel assigned landscaping duties near roadways and sidewalk maintenance personnel. Training is designed to ensure every person involved with work zone traffic control understands the standards with regard to planning, designing, supervising, implementing and maintaining work zones. Remember: If your employees are placing cones in a roadway, they are part of the standard. 


Class Dates:

Cape Coral TTC/MOT 16 Hour Intermediate Course
January 20, 2021 and January 21, 2021

Cape Coral TTC/MOT 16 Hour Intermediate Course
January 27, 2021 and January 28, 2021

Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority TTC/MOT 8 Hour Intermediate REFRESHER Course
February 2, 2021


Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority TTC/MOT 16 Hour Intermediate Course
February 3, 20201 and February 4, 2021

Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority TTC/MOT 8 Hour Intermediate REFRESHER Course
February 9, 2021


Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority TTC/MOT 16 Hour Intermediate Course
February 10, 20201 and February 11, 2021



If you would like to schedule the Temporary Traffic Control (MOT) 16 Hour Training Course or  8 Hour Refresher Course at your public entity, contact Anita Wick.  

MOT/TTC 16-Hour Intermediate Training Course  - Maximum attendees in each class: 20. The cost can be as low as $125.00 per person (with a minimum class size of 15) for FMIT members; the cost can be as low as $140.00 per person (with a minimum class size of 15) for FLC members. 

MOT/TTC 8-Hour Intermediate REFRESHER Training Course  - Maximum attendees in each class: 20. The cost can be as low as $80.00 per person (with a minimum class size of 15) for FMIT members; the cost can be as low as $90.00 per person (with a minimum class size of 15) for FLC members. 

Should your public entity not be able to meet the minimum, we can accommodate you by scheduling a regional session at your location and opening up the class to other members in the area.  Students must obtain a score of 70% or higher in order to pass the written exam.  

The Florida League of Cities is an FDOT-approved MOT Provider (Provider No. 142)