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Our Mission:  Improve the global deployability of U.S. Armed Forces by providing the Department of Defense (DoD) with transportation and transportability engineering, policy guidance, research, and analytical expertise to support the National Military Strategy.

The Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command Transportation Engineering Agency presents the 2020 Traffic Engineering & Safety Seminars.  These seminars will provide guidance regarding the traffic engineering and safety considerations along roadways, intersections, and at entry control facilities (ECFs) to provide for safe and efficient operation.


Dates for 2020 Traffic Engineering & Safety Seminars
​Location​DatesRegistration Deadline

​Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base (NAS JRB) Fort Worth, Texas

28 - 30 January 2020

13 January 2020
Washington Navy Yard, DC31 March - 2 April 202017 March 2020
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington

28 - 30 July 2020

14 July 2020


To register, please download the Registration Form here.  Once completed, follow directions on the bottom of the form to email it to the Traffic Engineering group.


​The SDDCTEA is pleased to announce the development of our new passive barrier systems. We have two designs, one for the FS30 P1 Modified Midwest Guardrail System and one for the M30 P1 Modified Midwest Guardrail System. If you should have any questions please email the Traffic Engineering Branch at: army.sddc.safb.traffic@mail.mil.

Download the Passive Barrier designs here


​The Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command Transportation Engineering Agency's Traffic Engineering Branch has updated the Active Vehicle Barrier (AVB) Safety Schemes. There is a new 7-second hybrid beacon AVB safety scheme, traffic control modifications to existing schemes, as well as multiple new drawings for AVBs located at intersections.

Download the updated Safety Schemes here

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