Midyear Meeting

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Thank you to our ATSS Foundation donation matching sponsors!


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ATSSA's 2020 Midyear Meeting has gone virtual!

ATSSA's 2020 Midyear Digital took place Aug. 24-27. This year’s meeting was held in a fully digitized format with a variety of components reimagined due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing restrictions.


Inspiring real-world solutions, Midyear Digital kicked-off with an hour-long virtual town hall style session that included key transportation professionals discussing prominent industry issues and innovations. The Opening General Session presented “6:60:6 Predictions” – a panel of national experts offering short- and long-term forecasts relevant to the roadway safety industry. Panelists and their topics:

Ken Simonson

Ken Simonson, chief economist, Associated General Contractors of America - A 6-12 month economic forecast for the construction industry

Jeff Davis

Jeff Davis, senior fellow and editor, Eno Transportation Weekly - A 60-month forecast for transportation funding

Hilary Cain

Hilary Cain, vice president, Technology, Innovation, and Mobility Policy, Alliance for Automotive Innovation - A 6-year forecast for connected and autonomous vehicle technology (CAV)


Meetings

Committee and Council meetings

To be held daily throughout the day at scheduled times using Zoom through the Whova platform.

View the full schedule


Register

Registration information

The 2020 Midyear Digital meeting requires pre-registration before event start. Registration is free for ATSSA committee and council members. Registration has closed for this event.


Public agency officials may request a code for complimentary registration. Email volunteerservices@atssa.com for the code.


ATSSA's official virtual conference app, Whova, is an easy-to-use platform viewable on any mobile device or computer. Attendees will use this virtual platform to attend Midyear Digital, join committee meetings, view committee meeting materials/handouts, and interact and network with other attendees. Instructions to download the app or use Whova from a web browser will be emailed upon completion of registration.


Sponsor

Sponsorships to increase your visibility

There are several opportunities to promote your company to more than 300 highly engaged roadway safety professionals. To receive the full benefits of sponsorship recognition, contact  alex.skeete@atssa.com. The purchase deadline of Aug. 17 has passed.


Help The Foundation

Thank you for helping The ATSS Foundation stay strong

Attending Midyear digitally, plus your travel fees saved, equals an opportunity to support The ATSS Foundation! Many donated the amount they would have spent on Uber or cab fares during a regular Midyear Meeting. Tax-deductible gifts were matched by ATSS Foundation sponsors, increasing the potential of contributions. Thank you for supporting the families of roadway workers killed or permanently disabled in work zone crashes. 


The Foundation received a total of $12,555 as part of Midyear Digital thanks to matching sponsors and individual donations. Individual donations of $3,055 multiplied as a result of sponsors that agreed to varying match amounts. 


What occurs at ATSSA committee and council meetings?

Do you ever wonder what ATSSA committees and councils discuss? Why are so many people eager to participate? Check out what ATSSA has been working on. Every standing committee and council has its own webpage where meeting agendas, summaries, and other relevant information are posted (member login is required).

 

To catch up on the latest issues and projects being discussed at ATSSA, visit a committee or council page (member login required) and see for yourself what all the buzz is about.

 

Apply to be on a standing committee or council today, download the Committee/Council Application Form.