Legislative Briefing & Fly-In

"The Fly-In is a unique opportunity for us to participate on Capitol Hill as a consortium of companies. The industry presence actually helps send the message much more clearly, with real stories and real people behind it."

Fuel the future of roadway safety

Engage directly with your legislative leaders!

June 13, 2022 - Legislative briefing (at the Courtyard by Marriott); PAC Reception (location TBD)
June 14, 2022 - Capitol Hill Meeting Day


Registration information

Fly-In Registration

Registration for the 2022 event is now open until June 1. This member-only conference is free to ATSSA members. Registrations after June 1 provide attendance to the legislative briefing, however Capitol Hill meetings are not guaranteed.



Hotel information

Fly-In hotel

ATSSA has secured a room block at the Courtyard by Marriott Washington Downtown/Convention Center, 901 L Street NW, Washington, D.C. The legislative briefing on day one will also be held at the Courtyard Marriott. ATSSA cannot guarantee hotel room availability or reduced rates after May 23, so book early.


Your attendance is important

Washington, D.C. gives you access to key decision makers that no other city can provide. The ATSSA Legislative Briefing & Fly-In focuses on timely and pressing federal policy issues that have an impact on America’s roadway safety infrastructure policy at all levels. This is a unique opportunity for ATSSA members to interact with high-level policymakers, members of congress and congressional staff, and hear from department of transportation (DOT) officials.


  • ATSSA members are provided with the information and confidence to present key roadway safety infrastructure industry issues directly to members of Congress.
  • Convey the importance of road safety and infrastructure improvements.
  • Articulate contributions your company can make in reducing fatalities and serious injuries and advance our industry’s mission of Toward Zero Deaths.
  • Help ATSSA influence Congress’ decision to provide critical roadway safety infrastructure funds.
  • Meet with members of Congress and congressional staff and develop long-lasting relationships with legislators.


In addition to making a difference at the Federal level, ATSSA also works to advance roadway safety through grassroots efforts. Working with local ATSSA chapters, the Association's State Government Relations staff is here to help you meet with state elected officials and have your voice heard.

Previous attendance at the Fly-In

The 2021 Legislative Briefing & Fly-In was held virtually due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and the closure of the Capitol building to the public. The event included 104 ATSSA members in attendance from 29 states who accomplished more than 60 congressional meetings.

ATSSA’s 2020 event was held virtually for the first time and included 95 ATSSA members from 25 states who attended 54 congressional meetings.