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Full Member Qualifications: To qualify as a Full Member
this association a firm must derive income through the:
1. manufacture, fabrication, or installation of traffic signs;
2. application of pavement markings;
3. rental, installation and servicing of work zone traffic control and
highway safety devices;
4. perform traffic control operations;
5. manufacture or supply roadway safety devices,
materials, components or other services.
To become an Affiliate member of ATSSA the firm’s primary business must be a provider
of roadway safety services devices and DOES NOT qualify for any other membership
Associate Membership Application
To qualify as an Associate Member
of this association, a person
must be a full time employee of a Full, Affiliate, Traffic Engineering & Design
Firm, or International Member.
Must be a self-employed individual who provides professional services to the roadway
safety industry or transportation agency in the areas of accident reconstruction,
expert witness, accident analysis or the design and/or inspection of traffic control
plans and must not qualify under any other membership
To qualify as an Instructor Member of this association, a person must have a current
instructor certificate from ATSSA and does not qualify
under any other membership category.
Firm must meet the qualifications of either a full, affiliate or traffic engineering
& design firm and NOT HAVE an office or do business within the United States.
INDIVIDUAL: Must be a self-employed individual and must represent,
but not stock or distribute, the products of at least one (1) ATSSA member company.
FIRM: An entity must represent, but not stock or distribute, the
products of at least one (1) ATSSA member firm, company, or business entity. The
maximum number of a Firm’s full time Representatives or Partners eligible for ATSSA
member benefits as part of the FIRM rate is 5.
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The Supplemental Division Representative Member category is designed
to give ATSSA members an increased level of participation in the governance area
of ATSSA. Many members have diverse corporate operations that extend beyond
their original membership division. For example, if a member of the Traffic Services
Division also installs pavement markings, and would like representation and leadership
on the Operating Committee or Board of Directors, then they would apply for Representative
Membership in the Pavement Marking Division.
If a Full Member company conducts supplemental operations substantial enough to
qualify for membership in another full Member Division, it may be entitled to enroll
one or more full time employees as Supplemental Division Representative Member. Supplemental
Division Representative Members are eligible to vote in the affairs of the Association
for the division they will represent (from the selected box below).
To qualify as a Traffic Engineering and Design Firm Member, a firm must provide
professional traffic engineering, planning and design services to government agencies
and/or private industry and must not qualify under any
other membership category.
To qualify as a Public Agency Member of this association, an entity
must be a public agency at the federal, state, county or local level, a utility
company, or a college/university and must not be eligible for membership in a Full
member category. Several Agency Membership options are available, providing multiple
employee membership for one low annual cost, depending upon the number of the entity's
eligible employees to be included as members; A - 6 to 25 members; B - 26 to 50 members;
C - 51+ members. Large entities, such as a State DOT or federal agency receive the greatest
value and benefits by including all of their eligible employees for one low investment in
Agency Individual membership options are still offered for 1 to 6 members. A person must be
either a full-time employee of a public agency at the federal, state, county or local level,
or a full time employee of a utility company, or a college/university and must not be an
employee of or have a fiduciary or pecuniary interest in any legal entity which is eligible
for membership in any other category.