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

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

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

Below are the panelists and their topics:

  • Ken Simonson, chief economist, Associated General Contractors of America - A 6-12 month economic forecast for the construction industry
  • Jeff Davis, senior fellow and editor, Eno Transportation Weekly - A 60-month forecast for transportation funding
  • Hilary Cain, vice president, Technology, Innovation, and Mobility Policy, Alliance for Automotive Innovation - A 6-year forecast for connected and autonomous vehicle technology (CAV)

“I’m excited about the panel we have assembled and look forward to engaging the participants in a lively conversation about ‘what’s next,’” said ATSSA Vice President of Government Relations Nate Smith. “Each panelist is well-positioned to provide unique insights about the future and its impact for our industry, which will give ATSSA members the tools necessary to strategically and financially plan for the near- and long-term future.”

This year’s Midyear Meeting has gone fully virtual while retaining the critical components that make this gathering important to members of the roadway safety industry. The Aug. 24-27 event includes Committee and Council meetings, an ATSSA PAC Reception, and networking opportunities to include coffee and social hours.

Registration is now open.

Because attendance by key public agency and transportation officials is important to ATSSA, the Association is offering them complimentary registration. Interested public agency officials can request a registration code by emailing

Sponsorships are also still available. To review your options, email Alex Skeete at

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