Registration open for ATSSA’s in-person Legislative Briefing & Fly-In

Event returns to Capitol Hill to fuel the future of roadway safety

ATSSA’s annual Legislative Briefing & Fly-In returns to the nation’s capital June 13-14, providing the roadway safety infrastructure industry direct access to federal policymakers.

ATSSA’s Government Relations Team is organizing two jam-packed days to get the most of this time in Washington, D.C., through this conference that is a free event exclusively for ATSSA members.

“We urge all of our members to come to D.C. to learn the skills for advocating to policymakers and then put those skills to use in sessions with legislators and their staffs from their respective states,” said ATSSA Vice President of Engagement Nate Smith. “The skills learned during the Legislative Briefing can be used immediately on Capitol Hill and then again when our members return home with their state’s legislators.”

The 2022 Legislative Briefing & Fly-In is June 13-14. The first day will be the Legislative Briefing, providing members information on roadway safety topics and the tools for effectively presenting them to legislators. Members are also expected to hear from federal transportation officials this day and then are invited to ATSSA’s Capitol Hill office in the evening for an ATSSA Political Action Committee reception.

On June 14, ATSSA members will visit legislative offices on Capitol Hill in meetings arranged by ATSSA’s team. During those meetings, ATSSA members will present their priorities to members of Congress or their staff to fuel the future of roadway safety.

Registration is now open for the two-day conference that is a free, exclusive benefit of ATSSA membership.

The Legislative Briefing on June 13 will be held in the host hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Washington Downtown/Convention Center. Reserve a room by May 23 for a reduced rate and to be assured of space in the host hotel.

The conference is free, but members must register by June 1.

Members are responsible for travel costs and hotel accommodations.

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