Midyear Meeting

Thank you 2022 Midyear Meeting sponsors!


Gregory Highway (General Session)


Horizon Signal Technologies (Refreshment Breaks)


Parrot Services LLC (Badge Lanyards)


Valtir (ATSSA Reception, Pre-Event Message)



Thank you ATSS Foundation fundraising event sponsors!


New England Highway Technologies logo

(Title Sponsor)


New England Chapter logo

(Host Chapter Sponsor)


Heart of America (HOA) ATSSA Chapter (Dinner, Corn Hole & Chapter Challenge Sponsor)


Hill & Smith (Band Sponsor)


Parrot Services LLC (Hosted Cigar Lounge)


Construction Industries of Rhode Island (CIRI) (Bar Sponsor)

Cosco Fencing & Guardrail (Del's Frozen Lemonade Stand Sponsor)


Horizon Signal Technologies (Raffle Prize x3)

CWS Fence & Guardrail (Dinner Sponsor)


Time Striping (Corn Hole Sponsor)


Transpo Industries (Corn Hole Sponsor)


Challenge Sponsors:

Arizona ATSSA Chapter

Arkansas ATSSA Chapter

California ATSSA Chapter

Carolinas ATSSA Chapter

Chesapeake ATSSA Chapter

Florida ATSSA Chapter

Georgia ATSSA Chapter

Gulf Coast ATSSA Chapter

Illinois ATSSA Chapter

Indiana ATSSA Chapter

Iowa ATSSA Chapter

Michigan ATSSA Chapter

Nevada ATSSA Chapter

New York/New Jersey ATSSA Chapter

Northland ATSSA Chapter

Northwest ATSSA Chapter

Ohio ATSSA Chapter

Oklahoma ATSSA Chapter

Pennsylvania ATSSA Chapter

Rocky Mountain ATSSA Chapter

Texas ATSSA Chapter

Utah ATSSA Chapter

Virginia ATSSA Chapter

Save the date for ATSSA's 2023 Midyear Meeting

Thank you for joining nearly 400 like-minded roadway safety professionals at ATSSA's 2022 Midyear Meeting, Aug. 23-26 at the Omni Providence Hotel in Providence, R.I.

Save the date for Aug. 15-18, 2023, in Chicago!


Questions about Midyear should be directed to meetings@atssa.com.


General Session: Construction and Transportation Industry Challenges – Potholes on the Industry Highway

During the general session at the ATSSA Midyear Meeting in Providence, attendees took a deeper dive into industry-wide workforce challenges and materials and supply chain issues. The conversation focused on the state of affairs across the construction and transportation industry and what the path forward may look like. The panelists were:

Nate Smith
Nate Smith, vice president of engagement, ATSSA (Moderator)


Jonathan Starks
Jonathan Starks, chief intelligence officer, FTR


Kate Fox Wood
Kate Fox Wood, senior director, Government Relations, Association of Equipment Manufacturers


Sterling Wiggins
Sterling Wiggins, senior director for transportation, infrastructure and supply chain policy, U.S. Chamber of Commerce




Registration information

Registration is complimentary for ATSSA committee and council members. Registration for the 2023 event is not yet open. If you need to access your 2022 information, login to the Attendee Service Center.



Housing information

The 2022 committee/council meetings were held at the Omni Providence Hotel, 1 West Exchange Street.



Committee and Council meetings

View the 2022 meeting schedule. Committee and council members, friends and other experts met to discuss ways to advance roadway safety infrastructure. During breaks, members networked with colleagues and perused the table-top exhibit space. The ATSSA Reception was held on Wednesday, Aug. 24, and followed by The ATSS Foundation fundraising event (tickets required).



Tabletop exhibits to showcase your company

For the second year, ATSSA created a tabletop exhibit space in the ballroom of the meeting hotel for companies to be front and center with attendees. Breakfast, lunch and all breaks were served within the exhibit area for the greatest visibility.


Thank you 2022 exhibitors: Alloc8, ARRB Systems, Horizon Signal Technologies, JTI John Thomas, Pavement Stencil Co., Plasticade, RetroTEK, Shur-tite, Site-Safe, Skip-Line, Solar Technology Inc., Volkan Signs



Sponsorships to get you in the spotlight

Midyear Meeting sponsorship opportunities for 2022 are closed. Find other high-visibility sponsor options for all budgets at the upcoming 53rd Annual Convention & Traffic Expo. Contact The Wyman Company (sales@atssa.com) for sponsorship questions.


Support The Foundation

Support The ATSS Foundation in New England style

The ATSS Foundation and host New England ATSSA Chapter held an exciting fundraising event for participants to support the charitable arm of ATSSA. Transportation was provided on loop to the Squantum Association on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tickets included an authentic New England-style dinner (featuring clam chowder, clam cakes, potatoes, corn on the cob and more), two drink tickets, comradery and entertainment from the ATSSA Battle of the Bands contest winner Stone Shakers! Plus, access to a prize drawing and other exciting games and activities.


Fundraising event sponsorship net proceeds benefit The ATSS Foundation.

Thank you 2022 fundraising sponsors


What occurs at ATSSA committee and council meetings?

Do you ever wonder what ATSSA committees and councils discuss? Why are so many people eager to participate? Check out what ATSSA has been working on. Every standing committee and council has its own webpage where meeting agendas, summaries, and other relevant information are posted (member login is required).

To catch up on the latest issues and projects being discussed at ATSSA, visit a committee or council page (member login required) and see for yourself what all the buzz is about.

Apply to be on a standing committee or council today, complete the online Committee/Council Application Form.