Pam / Monday, October 31, 2022 / Categories: Advocacy, ATSSA, Autonomous Vehicles, Connected Vehicles, Convention & Expo, Innovation, The Foundation, Transportation, Innovation, Pavement Marking, Retroreflectivity, Work Zones ONLINE NOW: Phoenix offers a glimpse into the AV future Fall issue of Roadway Safety magazine includes supplement on Worker Protection When ATSSA members arrive in Phoenix for the 2023 Convention & Traffic Expo in February they will find themselves in a city that’s made a name for itself as a pioneer in the testing of autonomous vehicle (AV) technologies. The region has embraced the technology and seen multiple pilots for grocery delivery as well as a driverless taxi service. The Fall issue of Roadway Safety magazine—available online now—details these efforts in Arizona and: Reveals a resource for members to remove the fear factor from contract negotiations; Offers members’ take on the value of in-person advocacy; Explains how ATSSA’s ITS Team keeps pace with innovation; Shares insights from Ohio DOT Director Jack Marchbanks and Celebrates the legacy of Chuck Bailey two decades after his death. “Worker Protection” is the subject of a supplement that accompanies the Fall issue. As the cover proclaims, Roadway Worker Protection is everyone’s business and this issue explores: Ways ATSSA and its members have enhanced their focus and set specific targets for addressing worker safety; Specific areas being tackled by the subcommittees of the Roadway Worker Protection Council; The threat of distracted driving and Laws to prevent distracted driving across the country. Enjoy these items and more in the Fall issue and the Worker Protection special section of Roadway Safety magazine. Previous Article ATSSA issues recommendations for a Vulnerable Road Users Program Next Article FHWA hosts session on Every Day Counts Round 7 Innovations Print 18505 Rate this article: 5.0 Tags: CAVs AVs Roadway Worker Protection Summit Chuck Bailey Memorial Scholarship Convention & Traffic Expo Phoenix automated grocery delivery Ohio DOT Jack Marchbanks Please login or register to post comments.