ATSSA Political Action Committee

The ATSSA Political Action Committee (PAC) is a voluntary contribution program, run to build industry relationships with key congressional leaders and build support for increased roadway safety infrastructure funding and policies that save lives on our nation’s roadways.

ATSSA PAC has provided support to policy makers in Congress that have fought to increase funding for the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), that have protected the Highway Trust Fund (HTF), fighting for its long-term solvency and related policies that advance roadway safety.

ATSSA’s Government Relations Team utilizes the PAC throughout the year by both attending fundraisers and hosting events at the ATSSA Capitol Hill Townhouse in Washington, D.C., all to support the congressional champions of our industry. ATSSA PAC conducts fundraising during the Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, Legislative Briefing & Fly-In, Midyear Meeting and other events throughout the year.

Keep on the lookout for ways to become involved in ATSSA’s advocacy efforts, including joining ATSSA PAC.

ATSSA PAC PDF Contribution Form (members only)

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PAC Oversight Committee

The PAC Oversight Committee promotes contributions and funding for roadway safety initiatives and policy.

For more information, visit the PAC Oversight Committee page (members only).

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