Become a Member
Become a member and get connected to more than 12,000 road safety infrastructure colleagues and experts. In addition to networking opportunities, members enjoy many benefits.
ATSSA members are concerned with the advancement of road safety for all users. They accomplish this through the design, manufacture, and installation of road safety and traffic control devices. The goal is to move Toward Zero Deaths on our nation's roads.
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A Full member is a firm that must derive income through specific means. Download Application
An Associate member is a full-time employee of a Full, International or Associate Firm member company. Download Application
An Instructor member must have a current instructor certificate from ATSSA. Download Application
An International member must meet the qualifications of either a Full or Associate Firm membership type and not have an office or do business in the U.S. Download Application
A Manufacturers Representative member must represent, but not stock or distribute, the products of at least one ATSSA member company. Download Application (scroll to page 2 of the form)
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A Public Agency member must be at the federal, state county or local level of a transportation agency, a utility company or a college/university. Download Application (scroll to page 2 of the form)
To qualify for a Student Membership, a person must be enrolled in a public or private post-secondary career/technical school, apprenticeship program, community college, college or university; or be at least a 50% of a normal full-time academic program as a registered graduate student. Download Application
To qualify for a New Industry Professional Membership, a person must have graduated within the last 12 months from a public or private post-secondary career/technical school, apprenticeship program, community college, college or university; and must not be employed by a current ATSSA member company. Download Application
A Retiree member is a person who must be fully retired from active business and have been previously employed by an ATSSA-eligible entity at the time of retirement. Download Application (scroll to page 2 of the form)
A Life member is a person who is fully retired from active business or a fully retired ATSSA staff member, have been active/working for at least 20 years and must be approved by the ATSSA Board of Directors. Download Application (scroll to page 2 of the form)
American Traffic Safety Services Association represents the roadway safety infrastructure industry with effective legislative advocacy, traffic control safety training and a far-reaching member partnership.