Thank you to our 2021 Midyear Meeting sponsors!
Horizon Signal Technologies (Refreshment break)
Parrot Services LLC (Badge lanyards)
Trinity Highway (Wellness package)
Thank you to our ATSS Foundation fundraising sponsors!
(Host Chapter Sponsor)
(Rooftop Bar & Lounge Sponsor)
(Rooftop Bar & Lounge & Pickleball Court Sponsor)
(Sign & Raffle Sponsor)
Chapter Challenge Sponsors:
Breaking records, 381 registered attendees joined other like-minded ATSSA members at the 2021 Midyear Meeting, Aug. 17-20 in Kansas City, Mo. Questions about Midyear should be directed to email@example.com.
If you want to relive the experience, dozens of photos have been posted on our Flickr album. Also watch highlights from the general session, featuring Tony Reinhart, Ford Motor Company’s director of Government Relations, and Brad Stertz, director of Audi Government Affairs and co-founder and chairman of Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE).
Registration is complimentary for ATSSA committee and council members. Registration for this year's event is closed.
Housing and committee/council meetings were held at the Loews Kansas City Hotel, 1515 Wyandotte Street. The ATSSA room block officially filled as of July 26.
View the meeting schedule. Committee meetings included a virtual component so members who could not attend in person could take part in these important discussions.
Thank you exhibitors: Heart of America ATSSA Chapter, Horizon Signal Technologies, John Thomas Inc., Lindsay, Mid-Park Highway, NightStar Traffic, Pavement Stencil Company, PSS, Skip-Line, The ATSS Foundation
3M Transportation Safety Division welcomed ATSSA Midyear attendees and local members to a night of networking, food and fun. Many showed their competitive spirit with pickleball, corn hole and other yard games, with net proceeds benefiting The ATSS Foundation. Thank you fundraising sponsors.
The fundraiser was held at the Chicken N Pickle Aug. 18, 7-10 p.m., hosted by the Heart of America ATSSA Chapter (HOA-ATSSA). Tickets covered dinner, two drinks, yard games, prizes and transportation.
With more than 120 attendees and many sponsors, the event raised $22,340.16 to support The ATSS Foundation and its programs!
Do you ever wonder what ATSSA committees and councils discuss? Why are so many people eager to participate? Check out what ATSSA has been working on. Every standing committee and council has its own webpage where meeting agendas, summaries, and other relevant information are posted (member login is required).
To catch up on the latest issues and projects being discussed at ATSSA, visit a committee or council page (member login required) and see for yourself what all the buzz is about.
Apply to be on a standing committee or council today, download the Committee/Council Application Form.
American Traffic Safety Services Association represents the roadway safety infrastructure industry with effective legislative advocacy, traffic control safety training and a far-reaching member partnership.