The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) Traffic Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP) gives financial assistance to local public agencies for studying traffic safety or operational problems on local facilities. MoDOT funds 80% of the TEAP study up to a maximum of $8,000 per project, with the local agency providing a 20% match, when working with a pre-qualified consultant. Project examples include intersection or corridor safety and/or operational analysis, speed limit review, inventories, pedestrian/bike route analysis, and other traffic studies. As a pre-qualified consultant with MoDOT since the program inception, CBB has assisted LPAs with both the application process and the TEAP Project.
We have assisted numerous Cities and Counties with their traffic engineering needs. Our TEAP experience includes projects such as: traffic sign inventories for the purposes of bringing the traffic control system into conformance with current standards, roadway safety audits and studies of high hazard locations to identify safety counter-measures, analyses of highly congested traffic corridors to identify capacity improvements, and signal system studies to coordinate traffic signal timing plans. Our long history with TEAP has included a variety of projects: