Advanced Maintenance of Traffic

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VIRTUAL Training - Advanced Maintenance of Traffic

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TIN# Consent

By registering for this course the registered student agrees to gives FDOT and MOT Administrator consent to use the first 9 numbers of your Driver’s License for verification purposes only. It is a unique way to identify you in the Training Qualification Database System (TQDBS). The first 9 numbers of your driver’s license will be used as your Username/TIN# to login to your student profile, see exam results and print your MOT certificate. This information will not be shared with other entities. For any student that declines to sign the consent form will not be eligible to take the course. By registering for the course, the registered student hereby authorizes the MOT Administrator to use their driver’s license (TIN#) for the items listed above. (TTCT Handbook 2016)

Virtual Training & Testing

FDOT approved UF T2 Center to provide virtual training with a corresponding in-person testing session for MOT/TTC trainings. 

Virtual training link (ZOOM) will be provided to registered students preceeding the training course. No more than 10 persons may attend each in-person testing session. Disinfectant procedures will be followed between testing groups. 

UserAvailable in-person testing sessions will be emailed to each student no later than one week in advance. 


This is required for personnel with the responsibility or authority to decide on the specific MOT requirements to be implemented in the State of Florida. These positions include:

  • The engineer responsible for the Work Zone traffic control plan development (TCP)
  • The Work Zone traffic control supervisor

The course is designed for individuals actively involved in the design of temporary traffic control in a work zone.  Participants learn to read and interpret plans and specifications and implement them in the field. As well as, how to design and implement temporary traffic control plans to make the project as safe as possible for fellow workers, motorists and pedestrians.

Certificates and Wallet Cards

A written test with 60 questions is required. Successful completion of this course allows individuals to train flaggers for their company. You must score a 70% to successfully pass. Your certificate will be issued electronically by the FDOT’s MOT administrator.  Visit the MOT administrator’s web page at for more information.

Training or refresher courses for all MOT levels are required every (4) four years to continue to be qualified.


Class Day



Day 1

7:30AM - 8:00AM


Day 1

8:00AM - 5:00PM

Instruction (all day)

Day 2

8:00AM - 3:00PM


Day 2

3:00PM - 5:00PM

Written Examination