Pam / Tuesday, June 7, 2022 / Categories: Advocacy, ATSSA, Government, Infrastructure, Policy, Transportation ATSSA board member testifying before Congress on Wednesday ATSSA Board Member Cindy Williams will testify on Capitol Hill before the House Highways and Transit Subcommittee on Wednesday regarding roadway safety and the rising number of traffic fatalities. Williams is president of Time Striping in Van Buren, Ark., and president of the Arkansas ATSSA Chapter. The hearing, “Addressing the Roadway Safety Crisis: Building Safer Roads for all,” will be livestreamed at 10 a.m. on the House of Representatives Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure website. As ATSSA reported on May 17, traffic fatalities across the U.S. rose 10.5% in 2021 to a projected 42,915 deaths, reaching a 16-year high, according to statistics released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). NHTSA’s report also noted that projected increase from 38,824 fatalities in 2020 is “the highest number of fatalities since 2005 and the largest annual percentage increase in the Fatality Analysis Reporting System’s history,” according to NHTSA. Check back to the blog for ATSSA’s full report following the hearing. Previous Article ATSSA releases Special Report on raw materials issue Next Article ATSSA Board Member Cindy Williams testifies before Congress Print 1899 Rate this article: 2.0 Tags: roadway safety Capitol Hill NHTSA traffic fatalities House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee ATSSA Board of Directors Cindy Williams Time Striping Inc. Please login or register to post comments.