Technical Services Webinars

ATSSA Webinars

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Upcoming and Recorded Webinars


Webinars are hosted through the Zoom Webinars platform. Recordings are available to all registrants after the session if you are unable to attend.






6/16/22, 2-3 p.m. ET – HFST Installation - Lessons Learned. Many departments of transportation (DOTs) either use or have considered using HFST to improve friction and reduce crashes at critical roadway locations. Factors like site selection, pre-treatment pavement condition and installation methods influence how successfully HFST is implemented. Whether optimizing existing HFST programs or catalyzing a new program, "HFST Installation - Lessons Learned" draws on real-world examples to provide program guidance. Moderated by Kelly Morse with Illinois DOT, leaders from Delaware DOT (formerly), Tennessee DOT and Missouri DOT will discuss what role HFST takes in their state, and the lessons learned from installation of HFST. Watch the recording.


11/16/21, 2-3 p.m. ET – HFST Site Selection Processes for Highway Agencies. In this webinar, three states will discuss various approaches to identifying locations that can benefit from HFST. Moderated by Dave Merritt of The Transtec Group, leaders from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and Caltrans will talk about how their HFST programs and site selection methods have evolved over time, current best practices in HFST site selection and future program goals. Watch the recording.


8/24/21, 2-3 p.m. ET – Implementing the Safe System Approach Using Pavement Friction Data. To reduce road crash injuries and fatalities, the U.S. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) advocates a Safe System Approach that anticipates human errors and minimizes infrastructure-related risks. Moderated by Magdy Mikhail, PhD, PE, former Director of Pavement Management at TxDOT and current Director of Transportation Industry Solutions at AgileAssets, this panel discussion features current and former leaders of U.S. state departments of transportation offering insights into how to use pavement friction data to implement proactive interventions that save lives. Watch the recording.