ATSSA will hold its first Roadway Safety Forum: East Coast in Richmond, Va., May 16-18.

Registration opens Tuesday Jan. 17 afternoon for this pilot event, which features a mix of opportunities to target regional issues in the roadway safety industry. The three-day event includes general sessions, educational breakout sessions, networking opportunities and exhibits.

The Virginia, Carolinas and Chesapeake ATSSA Chapters are guiding the educational content of this conference, which addresses roadway safety infrastructure issues identified by chapter members. Anyone wishing to suggest a topic or who is interested in presenting should contact Director of Member Engagement Pamala Bouchard (Pamala.bouchard@atssa.com).

“We look forward to launching this event, which will enable members from across seven East Coast states to share ideas and expertise as they focus on industry challenges in this region,” Bouchard said. “This conference is centrally located for members within all three chapters. It’s a unique opportunity for our members in this part of the country to bring a group of employees to an ATSSA event without the added cost of airfare.”

Roadway Safety Forum: East Coast will be held at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.

The latest details, including registration, housing, exhibitor information and a public agency discount are available here.

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January 16, 2023

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