The work of the committee initiates and shapes policy


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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

ATSSA Committees, Councils & Task Forces

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.
  • Innovation Council - Provides technical expertise to members and government agencies on innovation of roadway 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.


If you are interested in serving on a committee or council, complete the fillable Committee Application Form and return it to ATSSA.

  • The American Traffic Safety Services Association
  • 15 Riverside Parkway, Suite 100
  • Fredericksburg, Virginia 22406-1022
  • Telephone: (800) 272-8772



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