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ATSSA’S 51st Annual Convention & Traffic Expo Goes Fully Virtual

2021 event will be held in February

ATSSA’s annual Convention & Traffic Expo will go fully virtual for 2021.

“It’s vital to stay connected as we continue the critical work of advancing roadway safety. Our team is planning an industry-leading virtual event that will be timely, engaging and highlight the latest products, services, trends and education during the 51st Annual Convention & Traffic Expo,” ATSSA President & CEO Stacy Tetschner said. “Our work is essential and the value of this type of collaboration cannot be overstated as we work Toward Zero Deaths.”

Dates for the 2021 Convention & Traffic Expo have adjusted for the virtual format to provide all of the elements that make this the premier event of the roadway safety industry. It will be held in February over a two-week period to make it convenient and readily accessible for everyone.

Feb. 8-12: Committee and Council Meetings, Education Sessions, Networking Opportunities

Feb. 16-18: General Sessions, Traffic Expo, Additional Education Sessions and Networking Opportunities, Industry Awards, Chapter Meetups, New Products Rollout, Circle of Innovation, and Innovation Awards

For 50 years, ATSSA has hosted the largest gathering of roadway safety professionals in North America with nearly 3,700 registered for its golden anniversary celebration in New Orleans.

As 2021 approaches, it’s as important as ever to connect with industry leaders, hear about the latest safety solutions, capitalize on innovative ideas, and profit from lessons learned across the industry as it pressed ahead with its essential work amid COVID-19 and shutdown orders.

Registration opens Oct. 1. Check Expo.ATSSA.com for ongoing updates.

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