ATSSA’s 2023 Legislative Briefing & Fly-In offers members the opportunity to play a role in advocating for roadway safety at the national level.

This annual event, which is an exclusive member benefit, takes place April 18-19 in Washington, D.C. Members will have the opportunity to deliver roadway safety solutions to the Capitol Hill offices of lawmakers and their staffs, who craft policy that affects the roadway safety infrastructure industry for years to come.

This year, both House and Senate office buildings are fully open to visitors.

“We look forward to having ease of access to Capitol Hill offices this year,” said ATSSA Vice President of Engagement Nate Smith. “Our team works diligently to set up multiple meetings with legislators for every person attending this important advocacy event. We recognize the importance of face-to-face advocacy with legislators and have seen the benefits for our members and the industry.”

This year’s Legislative Briefing & Fly-In coincides with National Work Zone Awareness Week NWZAW, which will be held April 17-21 and has the theme, “You play a role in work zone safety. Work With Us.”

ATSSA members will have the opportunity to raise awareness of work zone safety while encouraging legislators to work with us to develop lifesaving policy for the nation’s roadways. Members can play a role in roadway safety by participating in the Legislative Briefing & Fly-In, April 18-19.

Online registration is now open. Members can also register during ATSSA’s 53rd Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, which runs Feb. 17-21. A $750 scholarship for the first 10 first-time attendees who register and attend the event is available.

Housing registration is also open at the Pendry hotel, located at 655 Water St., SW, Washington, D.C. 20024. Reserve housing by March 17. ATSSA cannot guarantee room availability or reduced rates after that date. The Legislative Briefing will be held at the hotel on April 18 as well as an ATSSA PAC meeting that evening.

Members are responsible for housing and transportation costs.

Published Date

February 15, 2023

Post Type

  • News

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  • ATSSA News
  • Legislative Briefing & Fly-In
  • Policy

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