Events

The roadway safety industry gathers at various events and meetings each year to discuss the latest technology and industry trends, as well as connect and network with peers. Many events are geared toward ATSSA members and some are available for non-members to participate. 


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ATSSA’s Annual Convention & Traffic Expo

The premier event for nearly 3,500 roadway safety professionals and transportation officials from across the USA and around the globe. The convention brings together business leaders, government officials, manufacturers, corporate roadway department personnel and all manner of people involved in nearly every aspect of roadway safety. Learn more at expo.atssa.com.


Book your 2020 Traffic Expo Booth here. View the exhibitor map.


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ATSSA Leadership Program

Held bi-annually in Virginia. ATSSA members may apply to participate in this three-day seminar, followed by an optional, but strongly encouraged, two-day experience at the annual ATSSA's Legislative Briefing & Fly-In in Washington, D.C. Taught by leading ATSSA employees and complemented by consultants, participants acquire the skills to bring smart leadership to their organizations and companies.



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ATSSA's Legislative Briefing & Fly-In

This conference, held annually in Washington, D.C., is a unique opportunity for ATSSA members to meet high-level policymakers, as well as interact with senators, congressmen, and hear from department of transportation (DOT) officials.


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ATSSA's Midyear Meeting

Each year in August, ATSSA members gather to hold committee and council meetings, discuss industry issues and opportunities, and advance the roadway safety industry. In addition to the formal committee meetings, ATSSA often holds additional events such as roundtable discussions, open forums, receptions, and started in 2018, the Twisted Bowling Tournament Fundraiser.


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National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW)

This annual spring campaign is held in the spring before the start of the construction season. NWZAW encourages safe driving through work zones and promotes the key message for drivers to use extra caution in work zones. The kick-off meeting is hosted by a different state department of transportation each year.

 

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How To Conferences

 

ATSSA Chapters hold training and education workshops to network with other industry professionals and meet to discuss today's roadway, infrastructure, and transportation safety industry topics.


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Where is ATSSA

As the leader in roadway safety, exhibiting at and attending industry trade shows is extremely important. While at these events, ATSSA promotes the roadway safety industry and everything ATSSA has to offer.