ATSSA’s 2023 Annual Report: Raising the Bar to Embrace the Future, describes how the Association significantly raised the bar to serve our members, and to expand the reach and effectiveness of our critical work Toward Zero Deaths on U.S. roadways. In addition to an elevated look with a modernized logo, 2023 included the rollout of a new, streamlined learning management system, new membership structure, increased connections and partnerships with industry professionals, mainstay annual events and many local chapter meetings, continued legislative advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill, and much more.

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