TN High School TDOT Jeopardy

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By: blbasham (56 month(s) ago)

Could I get a copy of this power point to use at career day at our local high school?

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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Bridges Roads Traffic Work Zone Safety Common Sense

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List two materials used to build bridges.

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Concrete Steel Wood

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What state agency is responsible for inspecting bridges?

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The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT)

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True or False Culverts allow water to travel underneath traffic. They can be round or square.

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True

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Bridge life spans are dependent on the bridge type & size, traffic load and ____________.

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Environment

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True or False Tennessee has more than 19,000 bridges

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True 8,072 owned by the state 11,361 owned by counties, cities, and towns Total = 19,433

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True or False TDOT builds and maintains sidewalks, trails, wetlands, roads and bridges.

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True

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True or False Tennessee is planning to build a new interstate that will run from KY to MS.

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True (I-69)

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Where is ?

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Knoxville, Tennessee

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What is ?

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The SmartFIX process speeds up the construction and renovation of highways and bridges. It involves a total road or bridge closure.

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Where do you see roadways?

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In cities, towns, communities, neighborhoods, farms and rural areas (in the country).

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True or False In Tennessee, you must change lanes when approaching an emergency vehicle on the side of the road.

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True It’s known as the “Move Over” law. If you see an emergency vehicle on the side of the road, you must move over into the next lane away from that emergency vehicle ... or slow down if you can’t move over.

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If you are approaching a traffic signal that is not working, you should… Treat as a four-way stop Keep going without slowing down Stop and wait for help

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A) Treat as a four-way stop

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What TDOT number can you call to report a pothole?

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1-877-SmartWay (1-877-762-7892)

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What is a median strip?

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A concrete island that separates traffic traveling in opposite directions.

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True or False Passengers NOT wearing seat belts increase the chance of other people in the vehicle getting hurt.

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True Passengers NOT wearing seat belts increase the chance of other people in the vehicle getting hurt.

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What color are signs that tell you you’re in a work zone?

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Orange and Black

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What should you do when driving through a work zone? Slow down and pay extra attention Maintain your speed Aim for the workers

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A) Slow down and pay extra attention

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True or False Fines for moving violations in a roadway work zone are doubled.

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True Fines for moving violations in a roadway work zone are doubled. $$

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True or False Workers are more likely to get injured in vehicle crashes in work zones.

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False Drivers are seven times more likely to get injured in vehicles crashes in work zones.

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Name two reasons to follow work zone signs – even if you don’t see anyone working.

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There might be someone working that you can’t see. The area is still different – traffic patterns, materials, equipment, etc.

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About how much does it cost to build a mile of interstate? $750,000 $3,000,000 $8,000,000

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B) $3,000,000

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What does a solid yellow line painted on the pavement mean ?

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The solid yellow line marked on the pavement indicates that you may NOT cross the centerline to pass. You are allowed to turn across the centerline if you are making a left turn into or coming out of an alley, intersection, private road or driveway.

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True or False If you can see a driver, that means the driver can see you.

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False Just because you can see a driver, does NOT mean the driver can see you.

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True or False Cameras along the interstates in Tennessee’s urban areas broadcast traffic information to the Internet.

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True There are currently: About 60 in Nashville About 60 in Knoxville About 25 in Memphis (expanding to over 100) Soon to be about 60 in Chattanooga

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What should vehicles do when an emergency vehicle approaches with lights and sirens on?

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Move out of the way. It is THE LAW in Tennessee that vehicles MUST MOVE.