Pam / Tuesday, October 26, 2021 / Categories: ATSSA, Roadway, Scholarships Roadway Safety magazine delves into the labor shortage Fall issue also includes a supplement devoted to training ATSSA members have been hit hard by this year’s labor shortage with one declaring, it’s “killing us.” Read the Fall 2021 issue of Roadway Safety magazine to learn how your colleagues are coping and how ATSSA responded with a new tool to attract students and recent graduates to the field of roadway safety. The Fall 2021 issue also includes articles on: How personal loss spawned a passion for roadway safety advocacy Progress being made with colorized bike lanes Research on presence lighting and digital speed signs Tidbits about ATSSA’s Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, which will reunite roadway safety infrastructure professionals in Tampa, Fla., in February. You can also read the uplifting story of how recent college graduate Cody Garner worked his way to his dream job on Capitol Hill with help from The ATSS Foundation. The Training Spotlight provides an opportunity to get to know ATSSA’s Training Team and includes a two-page color chart detailing training requirements state by state. Check out this information and much more in the Fall 2021 issue and the Training Spotlight, both online now. Previous Article ATSSA joins radio campaign urging passage of infrastructure bill Next Article ATSSA kicks off Worker Safety Webinar Series on Nov. 9 Print 2483 Rate this article: No rating Tags: roadway safety Roadway Safety magazine Annual Convention & Traffic Expo labor shortage presence lighting Training Spotlight Cody Garner colorized bike lanes Please login or register to post comments.