ATSSA and The Foundation: Working Together To Make Zero Deaths A Reality
Toward Zero Names - The Foundation offers the National Work Zone Memorial honoring lives lost in work zones to help make fatalities “real” to policy makers and drivers.
- Purpose - Unveiled in April 2002, “The National Work Zone Memorial - Respect and Remembrance: Reflections of Life on the Road” program is a living tribute to the memory of lives lost in work zones. The Memorial travels to communities cross-country, year-round to raise public awareness of the need to respect and stay safe in America’s roadway work zones.
- Host the Memorial - The Memorial is available to anyone interested in increasing roadway safety awareness. The Foundation encourages ATSSA members, ATSSA chapters, state DOTs, and industry leaders to host the Memorial at your next event.
National Work Zone Memorial Schedule...view here
Host Application Form...download here
- Submit a Name - The Memorial honors those who died in work zones, including work zone workers, motorists, pedestrians, law enforcement officers, public safety officials (i.e., firefighters and paramedics), and children.
Name Submission Form...download here
Database of Names...view here
- IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Memorial Assembly Instructions...read here
- MEMORIAL NEWS
August 16, 2014 - Work Zone Memorial at State Fair...read more
June 20, 2014 - National Work Zone Memorial Coming to Concord...read more
April 16, 2014 - National Work Zone Memorial on Display at CDOT Headquarters...read more
The American Traffic Safety Services Foundation is a qualified 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Consult your tax advisor regarding specific questions about your deductions. The Foundation’s tax identification number is 62-1384292.