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Traffic Control Device Challenge winners honored at ATSSA’s 50th Anniversary Convention & Traffic Expo

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FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (Jan. 27, 2020) – The American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA), in partnership with the National Academy of Sciences’ Transportation Research Board (TRB), honored the winners of the Traffic Control Device Challenge (TCD Challenge) today during a ceremony at the Association’s 50th Anniversary Convention & Traffic Expo. Engineering students from across the U.S. competed in the TCD Challenge, which was titled: “Connected and Autonomous Innovations for Improving Work Zone Safety.”

ATSSA announces 2020 New Products Rollout participants

Exhibitors to showcase most innovative products in roadway safety infrastructure industry

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FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (Jan. 21, 2020) – The American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) selected 20 companies to participate in its 2020 New Products Rollout event, which is held in conjunction with the 50th Annual Convention & Traffic Expo on Jan. 26 in booth #1679 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. 

Traffic Control Device Challenge winners announced at TRB Annual Meeting

Students from across the nation participated in ATSSA-TRB competition to address ‘Connected and Autonomous Innovations for Improving Work Zone Safety’

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ATSSA, in partnership with the National Academy of Sciences’ Transportation Research Board (TRB), honored the winners of the ATSSA/TRB Traffic Control Device Challenge (TCD Challenge) on Jan. 13.

Big benefits come with Integrated Corridor Management

How transportation departments tackle congestion, delays, and crashes by utilizing roadway capacity

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Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) initiatives are basic plans that connect roadway users, the road, and work zones and allow for effective communication. They are vital to advancing roadway safety and countering common challenges such as congestion, traffic delays, and crashes.

Highway automation: How ATSSA members play an important role

CAVs will need to better communicate with roadway devices and infrastructure

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Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) rely heavily on ATSSA member products such as pavement markings, signs, and traffic control devices. These products will be an essential factor in the advancement of CAVs and critical in moving toward zero deaths on our roadways.
 

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