ATSSA’s Annual Report for 2021 is now available. This year’s theme is “Resilience & Records” and lays out the many achievements that took place across the Association in a year that posed significant challenges for our members such as supply chain disruptions and a nationwide worker shortage.

The online report opens with a letter from President & CEO Stacy Tetschner who touches on issues from passage of the bipartisan infrastructure package to the creation of a Roadway Worker Protection Council, which emerged from the 2021 Convention & Traffic Expo.

The report includes a list of company members that joined ATSSA in the last year, a review of updates to ATSSA’s training options and insights gained from a member survey commissioned in 2021.

The year also saw an expansion of ATSSA’s Innovation & Technical Services Team, increased advocacy at the state and national levels and the launch of a redesigned and renamed membership magazine, Roadway Safety.

The ATSS Foundation’s charitable outreach is highlighted, including a list of Roadway Worker Memorial Scholarship recipients and an update on the National Work Zone Memorial, which added 58 names in 2021. R

Reports from prior years are also available online.

Published Date

February 7, 2022

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