A Look at Flagger Training 101

A Look at Flagger Training 101

Since opening our doors in 2012, Traffic Plan has come a long way. What started out as a company with one client, six employees, and three work vans has grown into a thriving organization…

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Dave Troxell

Dave Troxell

Dave Troxell, or “Soupy” as he’s sometimes called, is a five-year employee of Traffic Plan who celebrated his work anniversary in March. He’s a Bethlehem native and currently resides…

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Frankly Speaking – Vol 2

Frankly Speaking – Vol 2

Written by Frank Emmons, Vice President of Operations at Traffic Plan. A major concern recently has been the operation/driving habits of our field employees. I cannot stress enough how…

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United Newsletter: Vol 2

United Newsletter: Vol 2

The second volume of Traffic Plan’s quarterly employee publication, United, is now available! In this issue, get all the latest Traffic Plan news and tips for staying safe on the job site…

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Summer Safety Tips

Summer Safety Tips

To prevent heat-related issues while on the job site, follow these five simple safety tips: Hydrate Staying hydrated in the summer is important. Drink lots of fluids, especially water.…

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United Newsletter: Vol 1

United Newsletter: Vol 1

Introducing our new employee publication, United! This quarterly magazine is designed to put our Traffic Plan employees in the spotlight and keep them up-to-date on company news and industry…

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Mark Mackintosh

Mark Mackintosh

Mark Mackintosh, or as his friends call him, Mack, worked for an electric utility company for 30 years before joining Traffic Plan. After retiring from the utility company, he opened his…

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Frankly Speaking – Vol 3

Frankly Speaking – Vol 3

Written by Frank Emmons, Vice President of Operations at Traffic Plan. I’d like to start off this first newsletter segment by introducing myself. I’m Frank Emmons, the Vice President…

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Winter Safety Tips

Winter Safety Tips

STAYING SAFE IN THE FIELD THIS WINTER The winter months bring a particular set of safety concerns to the field. Being exposed to the cold for an extended period of time can cause problems…

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