Legislative Briefing & Fly-In

In-Person Legislative Briefing & Fly-In Canceled


It is with great disappointment that we must announce the cancellation of the ATSSA Legislative Briefing & Fly-In in-person event (at the Washington Court Hotel). Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the host hotel will not be reopening before Oct. 1 this year. This news, along with the fact that Congress will likely not be open for in-person meetings this fall, effectively cancels our traditional in-person Legislative Briefing & Fly-In which was scheduled for Sept. 9-10.

While we cannot meet face-to-face with our legislative leaders, ATSSA realizes the importance of effectively engaging our members with their congressional delegation this fall to help achieve a highway bill reauthorization. We are currently working to develop a virtual Legislative Briefing & Fly-In so we can facilitate these important conversations. If you have already registered for the in-person event, your registration will carry over to the virtual option.

Please look for an announcement and details on the virtual event in the coming weeks.   

Thank you for your continued support of the important work being done at ATSSA. 

About the conference

This program is designed to provide ATSSA members with the information and confidence to present key industry issues directly to members of Congress. An experienced ATSSA member or an ATSSA staff person will work side-by-side with you.


  • Convey the importance of road safety and infrastructure improvements
  • Articulate contributions your company can make in reducing fatalities


ATSSA's 2019 Annual Legislative Briefing & Fly-In included 91 ATSSA members (including 21 first-time attendees) from 35 states who were able to accomplish an impressive 165 congressional meetings in just 8 hours.

Why is Your Attendance Important?

ATSSA and it's members must influence Congress' decision to provide critical roadway safety infrastructure funds which will increase opportunities for your company and help reduce fatalities and serious injuries on our roads.

  • Meet with members of Congress and congressional staff
  • Develop long-lasting relationships with legislators
  • Advance our industry's mission of Toward Zero Deaths


Watch what previous attendees had to say about the Fly-In

Members who attended ATSSA's 2019 Legislative Briefing & Fly-In in Washington, D.C. give their insights and thoughts on the two-day conference.