Anyone performing work within the county road right-of-way must conform with the requirements set out in the latest edition of the Indiana Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices or the latest edition of the Handbook for Traffic Control in Construction and Maintenance Areas which is published by HERPICC at Purdue University. The traffic control procedures must be followed even if a permit is not required for work in the right-of-way. A permit holder must also provide all traffic control as set out in the conditions of the permit. A road must not be completely closed to traffic at any time unless it has been requested as a part of the permit and a traffic detour plan has been approved by the Board of Commissioners for Warrick County. When working on a low volume road, the guidelines in § 92.48 may be used to determine if flaggers are not required on the project.
(BC Ord. 1998-4, passed 5-11-98) Penalty, see § 92.99