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Registration now open for Midyear Meeting in Kansas City, Mo.

Bringing together members and experts to advance roadway safety infrastructure

Registration is now open for the 2021 Midyear Meeting in Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 17-20.

This in-person event takes place at the Loews Kansas City Hotel, located within walking distance of key downtown attractions.

Meet with ATSSA members and industry experts and help shape the Association’s policies and initiatives for the coming year by participating in Midyear committee and council meetings. This event provides opportunities to network and share with more than 300 like-minded ATSSA members from around the country committed to innovation and advancement of roadway safety infrastructure.

“We’re excited to be gathering in person for this year’s Midyear Meeting,” said ATSSA President & CEO Stacy Tetschner. “There’s nothing like meeting face-to-face to achieve the important work our members do in advancing roadway safety. I look forward to seeing our members collaborating on ideas for moving our industry forward toward zero deaths.”

The Midyear Meeting was originally scheduled for Grand Rapids, Mich. However, COVID-19 restrictions have not been lifted in that state sufficiently to enable ATSSA to hold a meeting of this size.

With ATSSA members eager to meet in person, ATSSA moved the event to Loews Hotel in Kansas City, Mo., which can accommodate the needs for the Midyear Meeting.

Register now and get ready to meet in Kansas City, the city known across the globe for its barbecue.

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