Chapter Network

Local chapters are designed to connect industry leaders, public agencies, legislative advocates, manufacturers, suppliers and contractors. Get involved with your local community of industry professionals and support your public agencies’ roadway safety initiatives and programs.

ATSSA depends on the dedication and commitment of its members to ensure the vitality of the Association’s progress. The Association carries out its work through a complex structure of volunteer committees and subcommittees, councils and task forces, each with a specific purpose.

Volunteer Leadership

ATSSA volunteer leaders serve on the Board of Directors, the Operating Committee and other committees or councils. The Association could not accomplish what it does without the time and expertise of these volunteers who work tirelessly to further ATSSA’s mission and goals.

American Traffic Safety
Services Foundation

The American Traffic Safety Services Foundation (ATSS Foundation) exists to promote roadway safety through charitable giving and public awareness programs. ATSS Foundation works to make zero deaths a reality by offering charitable programs, events and spreading the word through public awareness.

Woman at Work Zone Memorial

Learn about our National Work Zone Memorial, scholarship opportunities and many other Foundation programs.

Golfers foursome

Event sponsorship offers additional opportunities to support our mission and programs.

Hands passing a heart

Donations help us honor fallen road and highway workers and promote the importance of roadway safety to the public.

Young Industry Professionals

As part of ATSSA’s ongoing commitment to drive the future of roadway safety infrastructure, the Young Industry Professionals (YIP) task force was formed. Currently made up of YIP members from companies around the country, the task force has the goal of engaging younger individuals under 40 in the roadway safety infrastructure industry.