Thank you to our Midyear Digital GOLD sponsors!
Thank you to our ATSS Foundation donation matching sponsors!
ATSSA's 2020 Midyear Digital took place Aug. 24-27. This year’s meeting was held in a fully digitized format with a variety of components reimagined due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing restrictions.
Inspiring real-world solutions, Midyear Digital kicked-off with an hour-long virtual town hall style session that included key transportation professionals discussing prominent industry issues and innovations. The Opening General Session presented “6:60:6 Predictions” – a panel of national experts offering short- and long-term forecasts relevant to the roadway safety industry. Panelists and their topics:
Ken Simonson, chief economist, Associated General Contractors of America - A 6-12 month economic forecast for the construction industry
Jeff Davis, senior fellow and editor, Eno Transportation Weekly - A 60-month forecast for transportation funding
Hilary Cain, vice president, Technology, Innovation, and Mobility Policy, Alliance for Automotive Innovation - A 6-year forecast for connected and autonomous vehicle technology (CAV)
To be held daily throughout the day at scheduled times using Zoom through the Whova platform.
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The 2020 Midyear Digital meeting requires pre-registration before event start. Registration is free for ATSSA committee and council members. Registration has closed for this event.
Public agency officials may request a code for complimentary registration. Email email@example.com for the code.
ATSSA's official virtual conference app, Whova, is an easy-to-use platform viewable on any mobile device or computer. Attendees will use this virtual platform to attend Midyear Digital, join committee meetings, view committee meeting materials/handouts, and interact and network with other attendees. Instructions to download the app or use Whova from a web browser will be emailed upon completion of registration.
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