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ATSSA continues work on traffic signals membership segment

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Work continues on incorporating traffic signals into the Association’s activities to advance roadway safety. In 2019, ATSSA formed a Traffic Signals Committee and new membership category during its Midyear Meeting to ensure that the Association is representing all sectors of the roadway safety infrastructure industry and areas related to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). It also will allow ATSSA to move forward with new partnerships with traffic signal installers and manufacturers.

Traffic Control Device Challenge winners announced at TRB Annual Meeting

Students from across the nation participated in ATSSA-TRB competition to address ‘Connected and Autonomous Innovations for Improving Work Zone Safety’

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ATSSA, in partnership with the National Academy of Sciences’ Transportation Research Board (TRB), honored the winners of the ATSSA/TRB Traffic Control Device Challenge (TCD Challenge) on Jan. 13.

ATSS Foundation scholarships offer opportunity for education & healing

Applications for the Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship are due Feb.. 15

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As part of the American Traffic Safety Services Foundation’s (ATSS Foundation) mission to support the loved ones of those impacted by work zone crashes, the nonprofit’s scholarship programs offer healing and educational opportunities. The Foundation offers three scholarship programs: the Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship, the Experience Camps Travel Scholarship and the Marty Weed Engineering Scholarship. 

General Session kicks off with former Harley-Davidson executive

ATSSA celebrates its 50th year of advancing roadway safety at Convention & Traffic Expo

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FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (Jan. 9, 2020) – The American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) holds the Opening General Session of its 50th Anniversary Traffic Convention & Expo on Jan. 26 with keynote speaker Ken Schmidt, former director of communications for Harley-Davidson Motor Company.

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