Brittni was working in retail in 2012 when a friend who worked in construction suggested she consider getting her Traffic Control Person (TCP) ticket. She didn’t know much about the traffic industry at the time but working as a flagger pays well so she thought she should give it a try. She signed up for the TCP course, passed her assessment, and became a certified traffic control person all within a week.
Wondering how to start a career in traffic control? We’ve laid it out in simple steps from becoming a certified Traffic Control Person (TCP), to working as a Lane Closure Technician (LCT), to becoming a Field Supervisor. Simply start at step one and the rest will follow!