About Us

Joe Montgomery

Mr. Montgomery has a Bachelor of Science degree from East Texas State University in Broad Field Social Sciences and has done graduate work at Texas A&M University in Curriculum Design. He was a Dallas Police Officer for fifteen years including seven years as the late night Traffic Supervisor.

In 1986, he was a founding co-owner of Complete Accident Reconstruction Service, Inc. From 1986 to 2002 he was employed at the Law Enforcement and Security Training Division of the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX), a part of the Texas A&M University System. He was in charge of the motor vehicle collision and reconstruction program.

Mr. Montgomery was the founding president of TAARS, and has served as Chairman and Board member for ACTAR. He is a Certified Fleet Safety Specialist through the Texas Motor Transportation Association (TMTA) and has qualified as an expert in local, state and federal courts.

Dan Price

Mr. Price is a vocational training instructor with 38 years total experience. In 1974 he started training full-time for the Texas A&M University "Texas Engineering Extension Service" (TEEX).

He became interested in traffic controls for (Work Zones) Street and Highway Construction, Maintenance, Utility, and Incident Management Operations and developed numerous classes for the Texas (M.U.T.C.D.).

He became certified as a traffic control supervisor in 1980 with the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) in Washington, D.C. Mr. Price spent 8 years as Director of Public Works in White Oak and Overton Texas.

He has owned his own traffic sign company since 1978, where he manufactures, designs and implements uniform traffic control devices. He has testified as an expert witness in work zone related traffic accidents. His testimony includes Municipal, County, State and Federal courts.


  • Our commitment to you, we will provide the best individual training that saves lives, prevents injuries and property damage.

  • Your training will enhance your understanding of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (M.U.T.C.D.) and The Traffic Operation Division "Standard Plans for Work Zones" BC Sheet 1-12.

  • Your training will define purpose, outline the safety, and review the requirements of the following considerations employed to ensure that these requirements are met:

    • DESIGN


  • Recognize potential for traffic accidents in work zones and understanding liability issues of conforming to requirements of the M.U.T.C.D..

  • Use the MUTCD to Identify traffic control devices and procedures to use in work zones.

  • Ability to interpret tables in the MUTCD to determine Sign Spacing, Sign Size, Length of Tapers, Spacing of Channelizing Devices.

  • Be able to prepare a simple traffic control plan based on the typical applications (TA) in the MUTCD.

Code of Federal Regulations

  • States shall require that personnel involved in the development, design, implementation, operation, inspection, and enforcement of work zone related transportation management and traffic control be trained, appropriate to the job decisions each individual is required to make.

  • States shall require periodic training updates that reflect changing industry practices and State processes and procedures.
  • Each person whose actions affect Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) zone safety, from the upper level management through the field workers, should receive training appropriate to the job decisions each indidvidual is required to make.

  • Only those individuals who are trained in proper TTC practices and have a basic understanding of the principles should supervise the selection, placement, and maintenance of TTC devices used for TTC zones and incident management.

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