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ATSSA hosts Ohio “How To” workshop in Columbus for roadway safety professionals

Educational workshop discusses latest in transportation industry topics

As part of the American Traffic Safety Services Association’s (ATSSA) ongoing work as the leader in roadway safety infrastructure, the association is holding an Ohio “How To” Training and Education Workshop in Columbus, Ohio on April 10, 2019.

The training and education workshop will be held at the Marriott Columbus in the university area.

During the workshop, roadway safety professionals will have discussions on the latest topics in the transportation industry, including highway infrastructure funding, MASH implementation, Connected Automated Vehicles, and smart work zones. Participants will also learn about Ohio Department of Transportation’s new safety training.

The conference is a must for government employees, contractor employees, consulting engineers, and manufacturers and suppliers involved in the selection, inspection, and maintenance of all types of pavement marking products, signs, and temporary traffic control devices.

“We’re excited to have roadway safety professionals from Ohio and the surrounding area attending our Ohio ‘How To’ workshop. ATSSA is committed to leading the roadway safety infrastructure industry, and events where we can share information with these professionals makes a difference in our mission to advance roadway safety,” said ATSSA’s Director of Meetings & Conventions Necoya Tyson.

Registration for the event is still open. For more information on the Ohio “How To” Training and Education Workshop, visit

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