Start planning now for ATSSA’s 54th Annual Convention & Traffic Expo in San Diego and be part of innovating roadways, advancing safety and enhancing infrastructure.

The Feb. 2-6 event takes place at the San Diego Convention Center with the expansive Traffic Expo covering nearly 250,000 square feet. Explore the exhibits over 14.5 hours of the Convention.

Learn from subject matter experts at 50 education sessions, gain insights into government relations advocacy at the legislative session and take advantage of cutting-edge information during the Circle of Innovation COI, which is open to all attendees.

Head to the New Products Rollout NPRO Live Stage and show area to see and hear about the latest solutions for advancing roadway safety.

Receptions provide an opportunity to interact with new members, Young Industry Professionals, Public Agency Officials and the Political Action Committee PAC.

The ATSS Foundation events on Feb. 2 offer a great opportunity to interact with colleagues in the roadway safety infrastructure industry. Again, this year, The ATSS Foundation is organizing a Sporting Clays Event and the Foundation Golf Classic.

Register now to play a role in advancing roadway safety through innovation and collaboration. Housing registration is also open.

This year’s event brought together more than 3,700 roadway safety industry professionals and more than 217 exhibitors at the largest exposition of its kind in North America. Take advantage of the opportunity to be part of the continent’s premier roadway safety event.

Published Date

July 17, 2023

Post Type

  • News

Topic

  • ATSS Foundation Events
  • ATSSA News
  • Convention & Expo

Group Type

  • Committee
  • Council

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