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Ministry of Works & Transport

Traffic Management Branch

Traffic Management Branch Printable Version

About TMB

The TMB is responsible for the management and control of traffic on Trinidad's road network. This responsibility includes the management and administration of traffic signals, the management of the National Traffic Management System, the design and implementation of traffic management measures, accident analysis and recommendation of remedial measures, monitoring of existing traffic situations and collection of traffic data and installation of new and routine maintenance of road markings and traffic signs. Other responsibilities include giving lectures to the public, conducting workshops and training sessions to various organizations on traffic management and road safety issues. 


  • Road markings (intersections, safety depressions, chevron markings, pedestrian crossings word markings, etc.)
  • Traffic Signs ('No entry', 'No Parking', 'Maxi Taxi Stop', 'No U-Turn', Speed Limit signs, etc.)
  • Signs (Temporary signs, Caution signs, weight restriction signs, etc.)
  • School Zone Signs
  • Installation of Street Humps
  • Traffic Signals

Lane Delineators

School Zone Sign

Signage erected in Caura

High Tension Cable Barriers

The TMB commenced the installation of High Tension Cable Barriers along the Solomon Hochoy Highway (from Caroni to Golconda except the stretch between Chaguanas and Chase Village) in 2011. Should a driver encounter difficulty on the road, this infrastructure prevents the vehicle from crossing the centre median, into the path of an oncoming vehicle, reducing the chances of fatalities.

Cable Barriers

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