COMMITTEES

The work of the committee initiates and shapes policy

ATSSA depends on the dedication and commitment of its members to ensure the vitality of the association’s progress. Each year, hundreds of members serve on committees.

Why join a committee?

  • Make your voice count in the industry
  • Participate in a forum to exchange expertise
  • Guide policies and advocate policy positions
  • Make critical connections
  • Learn about upcoming trade trends
  • Review and resolve road safety and infrastructure issues
 

The association carries out its work through a complex structure of committees and subcommittees, councils, and task forces. Each committee has a specific purpose, defined at the time it is established.

Find the committee or council that benefits you:

  • Chapter Presidents’ Council - Reviews Chapters’ activities, Bylaws and structure.
  • Government Relations - Guides our Towards Zero Deaths initiative and helps to direct our federal advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill.
  • Guardrail - Reviews and discusses industry standards, specifications reviews, trends and issues.
  • High Friction Surfacing Council - Promotes the safety benefits derived from utilizing high friction surfacing treatments as a speed countermeasure.
  • ITS Council - Provides technical expertise to members and government agencies on ITS related issues.
  • Manufacturers and Suppliers - Collaborates with AASHTO and its members on the National Transportation Product Evaluation Program (NTPEP).
  • Membership - Develops and reviews strategies and programs for ATSSA membership recruiting and retention.
  • Operating - Guides the direction and the financial side of ATSSA's standing committees, and serves as the link to the Board of Directors.
  • Pavement Marking - Identifies and discusses issues, trends and best practices.
  • RSAF and PAC Oversight Committees - Promotes contribution and funding for roadway safety initiatives and policy.
  • Safety and Public Awareness - Develops strategies and tools to advance roadway safety to a broad audience.
  • SHSP Council - Brings together ATSSA members who serve on their state's Strategic Highway Safety Planning committees.
  • Sign - Utilizes tasks forces and subcommittees to improve positive sign visibility and assists in the promotion of safer roadways.
  • Temporary Traffic Control - Reviews and acts on various issues related to work zones, vehicle travel times, and new regulations in temporary traffic control.
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  • The American Traffic Safety Services Association
  • 15 Riverside Parkway, Suite 100
  • Fredericksburg, Virginia 22406-1022
  • Telephone: (800) 272-8772
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