Weblinks to the public agencies responsible for issuing traffic, encroachment, and obstruction permits to work in the public right-of-way
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation supervises the review of all temporary street, lane, and sidewalk closures. Temporary traffic control plans differ based on if they are less or more than 72 hours.
When working in San Francisco in the public right-of-way, you must apply for a Special Traffic Permit if you cannot comply with the construction regulations specified in the Blue Book.
You must first obtain an OB permit over the counter before blocking or obstructing any street parking, curb/gutter, sidewalk, or traffic lane. Approved Traffic Control Plan might be required.
Traffic Control Forms, Requirements and Information
A Traffic Control Plan is required for all work performed within the public right-of-way within the City of Vacaville, California
Traffic Control Plans (TCP) and/or Detour Plans are reviewed and managed by the Right of Way Management Section and are required for all construction work within the road right of way which modifies vehicular, bicycle and/or pedestrian traffic patterns and are necessary to ensure the safe and efficient movement of traffic through construction work zones.
The Postmile Query Tool enables you to explore California's Linear Reference System. You can validate postmiles, convert between postmiles and geo-coordinates, and determine the state odometer associated with a postmile or geo-coordinate. This window enables you to view a collection of help pages explaining what this tool is and how to use it.
This web map application "Caltrans D4 Right-of-Way Maps" displays District 4 wide Right-of-Way maps for determining ROW Boundaries.
Temporary Traffic Control Plans (TTCPs) are required whenever work is proposed in the public right-of-way, with the exception of dumpsters or storage pods to be located within a parking lane. The dates and times of work areas located in commercial districts, the downtown or on major streets are subject to the approval of City staff.
Traffic Control PlansThese plans must be submitted to and reviewed by the City’s Transportation Engineering Division for any construction in the public rights of way. Traffic Control Plans must follow California MUTCD (Chapter 6) guidelines. A Traffic Control Plan Application must be completed and approved prior to any construction. Turn around time is 10 business days for all applications.
Please ensure that you have all the information below in your TCP before submitting it for review. Any incomplete TCP will be rejected. All Traffic Control Plans must follow the 2014 California Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices (CA MUTCD), chapter 6.
An Encroachment permit is required when work is occurring within the public right of way. General projects that require encroachment permits are:
Projects that propose lane closures (parking or traveled lanes) will need a lane closure approval from the Department of Transportation (DOT). For parking closures Tow-Away Permit is also needed from DOT. These permits/approvals are needed in addition to the Encroachment permit from the Department of Public Works. Please visit the DOT Permits page for more information on how to apply.
Whenever a contractor, public utility, or property owner engages in work within the public right-of-way or City property, a City-issued encroachment permit is required.