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AASHTO announces new MASH-compliant devices with federal-aid eligibility letters

Most providers on the list are ATSSA members

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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) notified ATSSA today of several new devices that recently received federal-aid eligibility letters from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The devices, which are compliant with the Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH), are listed below. The majority on the list are offered by ATSSA member companies.

The devices are also listed online along with FHWA letters that provide information about crash tests that were conducted.

Recognize a talented transportation news provider

Nominations due Oct. 16 for National Media Award

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In the digital age, transportation news arrives via alert, text, email, blog, website, radio, TV and even in print. Speed and accuracy count and can help move traffic and prevent calamities.

Like the latest tools in traffic management and vehicle technology, we rely on this information to safely navigate and plan our routes. We also explore it to learn about industry developments, track the competition and find leads for new business.

Recognize someone who does a great job providing fair, balanced and informative reporting about the roadway safety industry by submitting a nomination for the National Media Award. 

Midyear Digital: Hear national experts’ short- and long-range industry forecasts

Opening General Session will reveal “6:60:6 Predictions”

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Midyear Digital’s Opening General Session features a panel of national experts providing their “6:60:6 Predictions” for the roadway safety industry.

Panelists include Ken Simonson, chief economist, Associated General Contractors of America;  Jeff Davis, senior fellow and editor, Eno Transportation Weekly; and ​Hilary Cain, vice president, Technology, Innovation, and Mobility Policy, Alliance for Automotive Innovation.

Registration is now open for this fully virtual meeting.

ATSSA's 2021 Convention & Traffic Expo currently set for in-person and online platforms

Final decision coming by Sept. 30 on whether to go fully virtual

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ATSSA’s 51st Annual Convention & Traffic Expo takes place Jan. 29-Feb. 2 and President & CEO Stacy Tetschner looks forward to making his first ATSSA convention an unforgettable event.

ATSSA is moving ahead with preparations for the 51st Annual Convention & Traffic Expo with the expectation that an in-person meeting will be possible in San Diego. People also have the option of registering for virtual attendance.

A decision will be made by Sept. 30 whether to hold the Convention as a fully virtual event.

Save the Date for ATSSA's 2021 Convention & Traffic Expo

Event is planned for both in-person and virtual attendance

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ATSSA has confirmed it will hold its 51st Annual Convention & Traffic Expo on Jan. 29-Feb. 2. Plans currently call for both in-person and virtual attendance. The in-person event is scheduled for the San Diego Convention Center.

Check back for updates and additional details.

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