Pam / Monday, June 29, 2020 / Categories: Advocacy, ATSSA, Tech and Innovation Midyear Digital: A virtual meeting to inspire real-world solutions Register now to join ATSSA members in advancing the future of roadway safety infrastructure Registration is now open for ATSSA’s Midyear Digital meeting to be held online from Aug. 24-27. This year’s meeting will be held in a fully digitized format with a variety of components reimagined due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing restrictions. Inspiring real-world solutions, Midyear Digital will kick off with a 45-minute virtual town hall style session that will include key transportation professionals discussing prominent industry issues and innovations. The event will then continue with virtual committee and council meetings. Help shape the Association’s policies and initiatives in the coming year by participating in Midyear Digital. Take advantage of the opportunity to collaborate with more than 300 like-minded ATSSA members from across the country as we demonstrate our commitment to innovation and advancement of roadway safety infrastructure. Midyear Digital offers online networking events to include a virtual PAC reception on Aug. 25 from 5-6 p.m. “ATSSA’s Midyear Digital is a critical event for our members to attend. At this meeting, members hold important discussions about the trends, issues and advancements within the roadway safety and infrastructure industry,” said ATSSA Vice President of Member Services Donna Clark. “While we are disappointed that we cannot be together in Minneapolis, it is still critical for our members to connect during this online event. We look forward to connecting in this new format and encourage those who have not yet attended a Midyear meeting to join us in August.” With Midyear going digital this year, The ATSS Foundation won’t be able to hold the fundraising social events originally planned but your support is still needed. Consider donating the amount you would have spent on Uber or cab fares during a regular Midyear Meeting. Your tax-deductible gift supports the families of roadway workers killed or permanently disabled in work zone crashes. To learn more about Midyear Digital, visit atssa.com/Events/Midyear-Meeting. Register today! Previous Article AASHTO provides update on MASH-compliant devices Next Article House passes $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill with major transportation investment Print 2691 Rate this article: No rating Tags: Foundation Midyear Meeting committee meetings council meetings ATSSA atss foundation Midyear Digital Please login or register to post comments.