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Gearing up for the 19th National Work Zone Awareness Week

April 8 is just around the corner, here are some tips to share to help increase roadway safety around work zones

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The stories of work zone crash victims serve as important reminders that extra caution is necessary when work zones are present. Dennis Shenk, a work zone crash survivor with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) said after he finished mowing on a side road, he was struck and injured on the job.

Roadway safety infrastructure association weighs in on DeWine’s proposed gas tax increase

Ohio chapter of ATSSA supports 18-cent gas tax increase to fund infrastructure improvements

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The Ohio Chapter of the American Traffic Safety Services Association (OH-ATSSA) urges the Ohio General Assembly to resuscitate Governor DeWine’s original 18-cent per gallon fuel tax increase to address the anticipated shortfall in transportation funding and resources for new projects designed to increase capacity and relieve congestion on Ohio’s roads, as well as maintain and update existing bridges and roadways.

Charity auction raises $16K to support American Traffic Safety Services Foundation

Funds will be used to support loved ones impacted by work zone crashes

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The American Traffic Safety Services (ATSS) Foundation will receive just over $16,000 to support the nonprofit’s mission to support loved ones impacted by work zone crashes, thanks to Lindsay Transportation Solutions.

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