The primary purpose of a Traffic Control Plan (TCP) is to ensure the safe and efficient movement of vehicles, pedestrians, and equipment in and around construction zones or areas where roadwork is being conducted. TCPs are crucial tools for mitigating traffic-related risks and minimizing disruptions caused by construction activities. They outline specific measures and strategies to manage traffic flow, minimize congestion, and protect the safety of both workers and the public. TCPs typically include details such as lane closures, detour routes, signage placement, flagging procedures, and temporary traffic signal installations. By clearly defining how traffic should be managed during construction or maintenance projects, TCPs play a vital role in preventing accidents, reducing traffic delays, and maintaining overall transportation infrastructure safety and functionality.