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The American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) has been a trusted provider of quality roadway safety information, products and training for nearly 40 years. ATSSA products & training bring real world knowledge and the information needed to do the job right - the first time!




NEW 2017 Training & Products Catalog

ATSSA represents the road, traffic, and highway safety industry with member partnerships, safety training, and legislative advocacy. ATSSA traffic control safety education and certification programs are available through traditional classroom training and online learning opportunities, as well as through a comprehensive selection of publications designed to provide critical information to roadway safety workers.

ATSSA's newly updated 2017 Training & Products Catalog provides a listing of available ATSSA programs, certification types, training course options, educational products, and ATSSA events and opportunities.

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Flagger Handbook

The pocket-sized Flagger Handbook is intended to assist the flagger in understanding his or her duties to protect project personnel and provide safe, courteous and authoritative directions to traffic seeking passage through the work area. Color illustrations are included throughout this handbook. English or Spanish translation is available.

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Quality Guidelines for Temporary Traffic Control Devices & Features

ATSSA's Quality Guidelines pocket booklet assists contractors and agency personnel to determine when a traffic control device has outlived its usefulness. The devices described include signs, barricades, drums, cones tubes, warning lights, arrow panels, changeable message signs, and markers.

This pocket guide contains information regarding abbreviations used on traffic control devices, crash cushions, high visibility work zone apparel, quality guidelines for temporary concrete barriers and nighttime visibility.

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Understanding Transportation Management Plans (TMPs) in Highway Work Zones

The Work Zone Safety and Mobility Final Rule states that for significant projects the State shall develop a Transportation Management Plan (TMP) that consists of a Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) plan and addresses both transportation operations and public information components. Highway contractors have been presented with these TMPs for implementation in the field. Some contractors may not be familiar with the TMP background, requirements, and terminology. This guide is intended to provide basic information that highway contractors may use in the implementation of a TMP. This guide will help highway contractors understand these requirements and the related terminology.

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  • 15 Riverside Parkway, Suite 100
  • Fredericksburg, Virginia 22406-1077
  • Telephone: (800) 272-8772



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