Pam / Wednesday, July 27, 2022 / Categories: ATSSA, Innovation, NWZAW, The Foundation Summer issue of Roadway Safety explores supply chain challenges, innovations NWZAW member photos and the Memorial’s 20th anniversary also featured The Summer 2022 issue of Roadway Safety magazine is now online and focuses on work zone awareness efforts nationwide. From the national event in Virginia to member photos from across the country to expert insights into planning a National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW) event, the magazine addresses this key industry safety effort. Plus, this issue celebrates the 20th anniversary of the National Work Zone Memorial, which now honors more than 1,600 people. In addition, hear from members addressing supply chain challenges and learn from the insights they’ve gained over the past two years dealing with this unique situation. And, as gas prices continue impacting personal and professional budgets, read about the pitfalls of gas tax suspensions from ATSSA’s Government Relations Team. Check out three tools to help protect roadway workers on the job. All three devices were chosen for Innovation Awards. Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Commissioner Stephen Brich shares his department’s collaboration with the Virginia Transportation Research Council (VTRC) to take advantage of technological advances in vehicles to enhance the safety of roadway workers and throughout the transportation network. Roadway Safety magazine is published quarterly, featuring industry issues and innovations to advance safety on the nation’s roadways. Previous Article Apply now for public agency scholarships for 2023 Convention & Traffic Expo Next Article Final rule for pavement marking retroreflectivity published Print 21925 Rate this article: No rating Tags: national work zone awareness week work zones national work zone memorial work zone safety Roadway Safety magazine VDOT raw materials shortage supply chain roadway worker safety gas tax suspension Stephen Brich VDOT Commissioner Stephen Brich Please login or register to post comments.