Manual on Uniform Traffic Studies


The purpose of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Studies (MUTS) is to establish minimum standards for conducting traffic engineering studies on roads under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation. In addition, local governmental traffic engineering agencies are recommended and encouraged to use the MUTS as a guideline in conducting studies within their area of responsibility.

The MUTS is available in electronic format only. If you are interested in receiving an email update when approved changes have been made, please sign up to receive E-updates through the Contact Mailer. Once registered, click on the Manual on Uniform Traffic Studies under Traffic Engineering.

Please view Traffic Engineering and Operations Bulletin 20-04 for a description of revisions to the 2021 manual.

Please see the Traffic Engineering and Operation Bulletin page for past MUTS Manual Bulletins.

MUTS Manual

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MUTS Manual

Manual on Uniform Traffic Studies

01/01/21

11/2020

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MUTS Manual Forms

 NumberTitleRevision Date
 750-010-03Vehicle Spot Speed Study08/20
 750-020-01Traffic Signal Warrant Summary10/20
 750-020-02Summary of Turning Movement Counts10/15
 750-020-03Vehicle Turning Movement Counts10/15
 750-020-04Condition Diagram10/15
 750-020-05aRural Multi-Lane Highway Segment Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05bRural Multi-Lane Highway Segment Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05cUrban/Suburban Arterial Segment for 2 to 5 Lanes Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05dOther Roadway Segment Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05eRural Two-Lane Roadway Intersection Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05fRural Multi-Lane Highway Intersection Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05gUrban/Suburban Arterial Intersection for 2 to 5 Lanes on the Major Street Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05hOther Intersections Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05iCollision Diagram for Segments09/20
 750-020-05jCollision Diagram for Intersections09/20
 750-020-05kCollision Summary09/20
 750-020-05lUrban/Suburban Arterial Segment for 6 to 8 Lanes and One-Way Roadway Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05mUrban/Suburban Roadway Intersection for 6 to 8 Lanes and One-Way on the Major Street Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05nRestricted Crossing U-Turn Data Collection09/20
 750-020-05oRoundabout Data Collection09/20
 750-020-06aFreeway Segments Data Collection09/20
 750-020-06bRamp Segments Data Collection09/20
 750-020-06cRamp Terminal Data Collection09/20
 750-020-07Intersection Control Delay Study10/15
 750-020-08Gap Study10/15
 750-020-08bVehicular Gap Study09/20
 750-020-09Non-Motorized Volume Sheet08/20
 750-020-10Summary of Non-Motorized Movements08/20
 750-020-11aWalking Speed Study - Intersection09/20
 750-020-11bWalking Speed Study - Mid-block09/20
 750-020-12Advisory Speed Study10/15
 750-020-13No-Passing Zone Study10/15
 750-020-14Travel Time and Delay Study Field Data Sheet10/15
 750-020-15Guidelines for Determining the Operational Status Mainline Sections07/99
 750-020-16Guidelines for Determining the Operational Status Interchanges07/99
 750-020-17Guidelines for Determining the Operational Status System Analysis07/99
 750-020-19Travel Time and Delay Study Field Summary10/15
 750-020-20Lighting Geometric and Operational Factors08/20
 750-020-21aPresent Worth Analysis for Rural-Two Lane Roads09/20
 750-020-21bPresent Worth Analysis for Rural-Multilane Roads09/20
 750-020-21cPresent Worth Analysis for Urban and Suburban Arterials (2 to 5 Lanes)09/20
 750-020-21dPresent Worth Analysis for Urban and Suburban Arterials (6 to 8 Lanes and One-Way Streets)08/20

 

 

For additional information, please contact Javier Ponce at Javier.Ponce@dot.state.fl.us.