Training Announcements

Vol. 53
September 28, 2017
 
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In this issue, you will find upcoming trainings on winter maintenance, bicycle safety, and connected vehicles. Join the Safety Center on November 15, 2017 for our upcoming webinar, Achieving Safety Results by Addressing Behavioral Issues . 

If you know of relevant trainings or events which are not included in our emails, please let us know so that we can add them. Also, if you know of sites, newsletters or other sources that we should monitor for upcoming trainings and events, please pass those along to us, as well. 
 
Sincerely,

Jaime Sullivan
Center Manager
National Center for Rural Road Safety
info@ruralsafetycenter.org
In This Issue

Competitions

Competition: Traffic Control Device Challenge
Deadline: October 1, 2017
Organization: American Traffic Safety Service Association (ATSSA)

The American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) has announced the second annual "Traffic Control Device Challenge," which offers its winners cash prizes and national media recognition for their progressive ideas.

The objective of the Traffic Control Device Challenge is to promote innovation and stimulate ideas in the traffic control devices area with a goal to improve operations and safety. The challenge is sponsored by and conducted cooperatively by the Transportation Research Board Standing Committee on Traffic Control Devices (AHB50) and the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA).

The Traffic Control Device Challenge is open to individual high school, junior college, college, or university students or teams of students. 

For more information about this opportunity, click here .
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Competition: Traffic Safety Scholars
Deadline: November 18, 2017
Organization: Lifesavers Conference, Inc.

Ever thought about a career in traffic safety? It's a multi-disciplinary field providing tremendous opportunities for advocates, business/finance/management professionals, communicators, educators, engineers, injury prevention specialists, marketers, planners, police officers, public health practitioners, researchers, scientists, and others who want to make a difference in people's lives. Government agencies, non-profit organizations, businesses, and universities employ thousands of professionals who use their expertise to improve safety on our nation's roadways.

The 2018 Traffic Safety Scholars (TSS) Program provides awards of up to $1,000 to undergraduate and graduate students to help defray the cost of attending the Lifesavers Conference on Highway Safety Priorities on April 22-24 in San Antonio, Texas. You'll not only learn about highway safety issues from leading experts, but network with the largest gathering of highway safety professionals anywhere in the country.

For more information about this opportunity, click here .

Traffic Safety Weeks

Event: Traffic Incident Response Week
Date: November 13-19, 2017
Organization: The Traffic Incident Management Network

Every minute of every day emergency responders across the country work tirelessly to help save lives at the scene of traffic incidents.  Every year hundreds of emergency responders representing fire, law enforcement, emergency medical services, towing and transportation agencies are struck and either injured or killed while responding.  This type of secondary crash intensifies the impact to communities, individuals and the economy.  We read about the tragedies causes by distracted driving almost every day and the emergency response community has the most to lose.

Help raise awareness about the dangers emergency responders face at traffic incidents this November 13th -19th.

For more information about this training, click here .
Event: Thanksgiving Weekend Travel
Date: November 25-30, 2017
Organization: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

This Thanksgiving weekend, millions will hit our nation's roads, eager to spend time with family and friends. It's one of the busiest travel times of the year, and unfortunately more people on the roadways means the potential for more vehicle crashes.  

For more information about this training, click here .

Webinars

New
Webinar: Bicycle Safety (and Other) Research at CARRS-Q in Brisbane, Australia
Date: September 29, 2017
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Cost: Free 
Organization: National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC)

This presentation will begin with an overview of the activities of the  Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety-Queensland . Then a number of bicycle safety research projects will be discussed, with a particular focus on recent and current projects that seek to examine the factors influencing passing distances left by motor vehicles and the effectiveness of one-metre (3-foot) laws.

For more information about this training, click here .
Webinar: Analyzing Crashes on Multi-Lane Roundabouts
Date: October 2, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET
Cost: Free members/$105 non-members
Organization: Transportation Research Board (TRB)

TRB will conduct a webinar on Monday, October 2, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET that will address the key aspects of driver errors and geometric issues on roundabouts that lead to crashes. Presenters will describe some possible geometric solutions and driver education programs that may mitigate crashes on multi-lane roundabouts.

For more information about this training, click here .
Webinar: Moving People - Steady, Slower, Smarter, and Safer
Date: October 3, 2017
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm ET
Cost: $99 members/$149 non-members
Organization: Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

We can promote walking, bicycling, and transit by allowing users of multiple ages and abilities to feel safe and comfortable utilizing these modes to fulfill many of their day-to-day transportation needs. This starts with slowing traffic and increasing safety with traffic calming and human-scale geometric design that forces people driving to slow down and pay close attention to their surroundings. Transportation professionals will learn strategies to manage speed by designing self-enforcing roadways and setting and designing to speed limits that are appropriate for the context.

For more information about this training, click here .
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Webinar: Managing Speed: Self-Enforcing Roadway Concepts
Date: October 10, 2017
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm ET
Cost: $49 members/$99 non-members
Organization: Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

Reducing the number of fatal and injury crashes in the United States is a high-priority among federal, state, and local transportation agencies. Crashes in rural areas are often classified as speeding-related. To mitigate these crashes, traffic safety improvement programs should focus on crash reduction strategies in rural areas, with the most effective speed management programs focusing on reducing speeding-related crashes on moderate- and high-speed, two-lane rural highways. 

Because speeding is a complex problem that involves the interaction of many factors, successfully mitigating speeding-related crashes requires the integration and coordination between engineering, enforcement, and education. From an engineering perspective, a design concept referred to as self-enforcing roadways has been developed to successfully guide appropriate road user behavior. A self-enforcing roadway is a roadway that is planned and designed in such a way that when constructed, the roadway, which is also referred to as a self-explaining roadway, encourages drivers to select operating speeds in harmony or consistent with the posted speed limit. The objective of self-enforcing roads is to produce speed compliance, typically using geometric elements that would result in driver speed choice that is consistent with the posted speed limit, resulting in actual operating speeds that are appropriate for the intended purpose of the roadway. Ideally, the operating speeds and posted speed limit are also in harmony with the geometric design speed of the roadway.

This webinar identifies methods that may produce self-enforcing or self-explaining roadways during the geometric design process. While safety performance associated with these methods is not well-understood yet, an implied outcome of effective speed management is that less severe crashes will result via the application of self-enforcing or self-explaining road design principles. Six different self-enforcing road concepts and the processes needed to implement the concepts when designing or evaluating existing two-lane rural highways are identified and described during the webinar.

For more information about this training, click here .
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Webinar: The Role of Connected and Automated Vehicles: How Can Urban Areas Use the Data They Create?
Date: October 11, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm ET
Cost: Free
Organization: USDOT Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office

With increasing attention focused on connected and automated vehicles, this webinar will present the opportunities and challenges for their development and deployment. How can connected and automated vehicles transform various processes in the transportation system, especially through the data they generate? Will they have a profound impact on mobility, safety, and the environment? We will present a framework for analysis and demonstrate the use of modeling and simulation techniques. We will discuss work undertaken in a National Science Foundation and U.S. DOT-sponsored project on how higher driving volatility in a connected vehicles environment-such as hard accelerations or hard braking-relates to mobility, safety, and the environment. The implications of our analysis for travel behavior changes, future vehicle use, and transportation system performance will be discussed.

For more information about this training, click here .
Webinar: Implementing Connected Vehicle Technology and Strategies: What You Should Know
Date: October 12, 2017
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm ET
Cost: Free
Organization: Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

This webinar will introduce the current status of the Connected Vehicle (CV) technology deployment and ITE's activities in the areas of CV/AV, Smart Communities, and the Signal Phase and Timing (SPaT) Challenge.

For more information about this training, click here .
Webinar: Countermeasures for Reducing Collisions at Pedestrian Crossings
Date: October 13, 2017
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm ET
Cost: $99 members/$159 non-members
Organization: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Improving pedestrian safety has become increasingly emphasized. The desire to improve pedestrian safety extends to areas typically seen as being non-pedestrian-friendly, such as the higher speeds and wider roadways. With traffic conditions changing as traffic volumes and congestion increase, pedestrians' ability to safely cross many roadways is affected. Recent developments in geometric design features, traffic control devices, and technologies may improve pedestrian safety and access by addressing specific problems associated with roadway crossings.

Several recent publications have focused on countermeasures for reducing collisions at crosswalks in various types of locations. This webinar provides a comprehensive review of those counter measures, provide examples of each type in different environments, and identify potential costs and studies about their effectiveness. The webinar discusses countermeasures for both uncontrolled and controlled locations as well intersections and midblock locations.

For more information about this training, click here .
Webinar: Transportation Services: New Concepts and Tools
Date: October 17, 2017
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm ET
Cost: $99 members/$149 non-members
Organization: Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)

While integrating new, shared-use modes, we can encourage accommodation for people walking and biking and taking transit. Also, potential modifications to regional and local planning documents and zoning codes can help leverage new growth and economic development to re-purpose street space that accommodates all mobility choices and options. This webinar will show how shared mobility services that challenge the status quo can fit into creating more sustainable, connected communities.

For more information about this training, click here .
Webinar: Making Signals Work for Bicyclists and Pedestrians
Date: October 18, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Cost: Free
Organization: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)

To create transportation networks that are supportive of bicycling and walking, transportation professionals should make use of existing infrastructure. This includes traffic signals and engineering treatments at intersections that can take advantage of a wide range of strategies to improve crossings.

This webinar will focus on how agencies can use their traffic signals to make intersections safer and more comfortable for nonmotorized road users. Peter Koonce, PE, of Portland, Oregon, will share tips and strategies for improving intersections through signal timing, cycle lengths, speed management, protected phasing, and more.

For more information about this training, click here .
New
Webinar: Designing Transit to Support Active Transportation, and Vice Versa
Date: October 18, 2017
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm ET
Cost: $50 members/$85 non-members
Organization: Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP)

Join APBP for this exciting webinar discussion around designing transit. Andy and Lia will begin by discussing accommodating buses and bicycles together on the streets of L.A. county. Innovative strategies relating to street design and driver/rider education have recently been employed in Los Angeles County to reduce bus/bicycle conflicts and improve multimodal operations and safety. This webinar will examine the findings from a recent study of 15 shared bicycle/transit corridors and share recommendations for improving operator training and infrastructure design. Then, Sandra will discuss how pedestrian improvements at bus stops improve conditions for all pedestrians. She'll review what to do with data that is collected and how to prioritize stops for improvement, with examples from projects. Sandra will also discuss ways that active transportation projects can support transit. For example, when engineering walkways and designing ped environment, thinking about how it will transition into the bus stop area and meet ADA requirements.

For more information about this training, click here .
New
Webinar: Trail Users Count! Automated Bicyclist and Pedestrian Trail User Counting in Greater Philadelphia
Date: October 19, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Cost: Free members/$55 non-members
Organization: American Trails

This webinar will explore how data, metrics, and advanced tools are being used to further the development of trail networks, and showcase how it especially helped with an extensive trail system in greater Philadelphia.

For more information about this training, click here .
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Webinar: Making Signals Work for Bicyclists and Pedestrians
Date: November 15, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Cost: Free
Organization: National Center for Rural Road Safety

Rural transportation agencies are increasingly addressing safety in their planning areas and at a minimum, have usually adopted the State's zero deaths concept to frame their transportation safety activities. To achieve this vision, planners identify infrastructure solutions, but behavioral concerns, such as distraction, impairment, and unbelted drivers/occupants are also major issues in rural regions. This session will provide participants with information and resources on the role they can play to drive down fatalities and serious injuries through collaboration across the 4E's, behavioral funding sources, and education campaigns.

For more information about this training, click here .

Instructor-Led Trainings
Training: Road Diets
Date: September 29, 2017
Location: College Park, MD
Organization: Maryland Transportation Technology Transfer Center

The course instructed by  Dane Ismart  covers the design, safety, and operations of road diets.  Road diets, although they come in many different designs, reduce the number of through lanes and allocate excess roadway width to parking, bicycle lanes, freight movements, and transit operations.  The classical design reduces a 4-lane undivided highway to three lanes consisting of one through lane in each direction and a continuous two lane left turn in the middle.  A road diet may also reduce the widths of lanes as well when appropriate. The advantages, disadvantages, various road diet configurations, guidance, and criteria for determining the feasibility of implementing a road diet are discussed.  Safety and operational considerations as well as examples of actual case studies are part of the course.  The after results of example corridors that are renovated and redesigned as road diets are presented.  The course is concluded with the class broken up to teams that work on a corridor problem and present their solution and road diet design.

For more information about this training, click here.
Training: Safer Roads by Design: Engineering Solutions
Date: October 9-13, 2017
Location: Alexandria, VA
Organization: International Road Federation (IRF)

The program is one of the most comprehensive road safety training programs available in the world. Top international experts from a variety of countries will present best practices and state of the art technologies in Roadside Safety, Work Zone Safety, Vulnerable User Safety, Traffic Management and Road Safety Audits over a 5-day period. The purpose of this seminar is to help road authorities understand what can be done to help them meet their Decade of Action commitment to reduce fatalities 50% by 2020.

For more information about this training, click here.
Training: Positive Culture Framework Training
Date: October 17-19, 2017
Location: San Antonio, TX
Organization: Center for Health and Safety Culture

The Center for Health and Safety Culture at Montana State University invites you to attend the  Positive Culture Framework training on our updated approach which is based on the latest research and builds on the Positive Community Norms framework. The framework embraces a cultural approach, is grounded in the latest science, and includes positive norms in improving health and safety.

This 2.5 day training provides a foundation for efforts to improve health and safety addressing a wide variety of issues including (but not limited to) substance abuse, traffic safety, and violence prevention. Participants will leave with an understanding of how culture influences behavior, how we can cultivate cultural transformation, and the benefits of a comprehensive, positive approach.

For more information about this training, click here.
Training: Roadway and Traffic Safety Improvement Program
Date: October 18, 2017
Location: Newark, NJ
Organization: Rutgers Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT)

This course covers how to establish and maintain a roadway and traffic safety improvement programs. Participants learn how to implement safety improvements targeted at areas that have a history of crashes or exhibit conditions associated with high-crash areas and they will learn how to develop a Traffic Safety Development Plan (TSDP) for their community.

For more information about this training, click here.
New
Training: Winter Maintenance
Date: October 25, 2017
Location: College Park, MD
Organization: University of Maryland, Maryland Transportation Technology Transfer Center

This course covers all aspects of winter operations- planning and organizing, methods of snow and ice control, salt usage, and winter equipment maintenance. Instructed by Ed Stellfox this lesson will include usage of snow maps, formal snow plans, snow plow and salt spreader operation. This course in intended for municipal officials, road commissioners, supervisors, superintendents, public works and maintenance personnel, equipment operators, and city or town managers.

For more information about this training, click here .
Training: Roadside Safety Features
Date: November 3, 2017
Location: Piscataway, NJ
Organization: Rutgers Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT)

This course is designed to help local road agencies, engineers and public works personnel reduce the incident of traffic crashes through the application of low cost "best safety practices," many of which feature the efficient use of traffic control devices, into their routine day-to-day activities. The course focuses on the implementation of safety strategies described in FHWA's Toolbox of Countermeasures and Their Potential Effectiveness for Roadway Departure Crashes, Intersection Crashes, and Pedestrian Crashes.

For more information about this training, click here.
New
Training: Asset Management Basics
Date: November 6, 2017
Location: Henrico, VA
Organization: University of Virginia Transportation Training Academy

This training has been developed to introduce asset management concepts and provide the guidance needed for state and local road agencies to get started in adopting and implementing Asset Management practices in their business models.

For more information about this training, click here.
Training: Designing Safer Roads for Pedestrians and Vulnerable Road Users
Date: November 9, 2017
Location: College Park, MD
Organization: University of Maryland, Maryland Transportation Technology Transfer Center

Vulnerable road users (VRU) are susceptible to traffic injuries and fatalities, perhaps more so than drivers. Yet we design highways for the mobility of cars sometimes neglecting the needs of the most vulnerable, such as pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists, transit users and others. This course instructed by Juan M. Morales, P.E. will teach participants how to diagnose pedestrian (and other VRU) safety deficiencies and select the appropriate countermeasures to make conditions safer for all users including an overview of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA)accessibility requirements. Engineering countermeasures will be emphasized but education and enforcement countermeasures will also be covered.

For more information about this training, click here.
Training: Highway Safety Analysis
Date: December 8, 2017
Location: Nashville, TN
Organization: Tennessee Transportation Assistance Program 

Transportation engineers have developed a system to identify and address roadway safety problems. The Highway Safety Analysis workshop will assist local and state level agencies with relevant information on the stepwise procedure.

The course's focus is on the identification of hazardous locations and counter-measures for alleviating the safety hazards. Other tasks that are needed to accomplish this goal include the management and analysis of crash records and also a before-after analysis of the results of implemented counter-measures.

This course will prepare one for taking charge of a roadway safety program either as an employee of an agency or a consultant. The topics covered by this course are included in the scope of the examination for PTOE certificate of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.

For more information about this training, click here.

Conferences

Conference: 4th Annual Alabama Rural Road Safety Conference
Date: October 3-5, 2017
Location: Guntersville, AL
Organization: Alabama Department of Transportation

The 2017 Alabama Rural Road Safety Conference is for city engineers, county engineers, public works officials, transportation planners, DOT personnel, and others who are responsible for the design, maintenance, and safety of rural roads. It will strengthen your knowledge of available tools, countermeasures and processes to improve safety on your roads. The Conference will highlight methods to identify rural road safety issues and appropriate countermeasures by utilizing real world examples and activities, which will prepare participants to apply the concepts to roadway operations and maintenance.

The Conference agenda was developed to emphasize the implementation of the safety process through all stages of roadway planning, design and operations through practical guidance specifically geared to local/rural roads.

For more information about this conference, click here.
Conference: SHRP 2 Safety Data Symposium: From Analysis to Results
Date: October 6, 2017
Location: Washington, DC
Organization: Transportation Research Board (TRB)

TRB is sponsoring the Tenth SHRP 2 Safety Data Symposium: From Analysis to Results on October 6, 2017, in Washington, D.C. This symposium exhibits current research projects and serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas among researchers and practitioners from the private and public sectors. The second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) produced research studies such as the SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study and the SHRP 2 Roadway Information Database. Registration is limited so register now to attend this event!

For more information about this conference, click here.
Conference: ASCE Convention
Date: October 8-11, 2017
Location: New Orleans, LA
Organization: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

The ASCE Convention is the Society flagship membership event. It is the single annual opportunity that the entire Society is represented together and therefore needs to reflect the diversity that ASCE encompasses. The program for the Convention will be of an integrated, cross-cultural, technical, and educational nature.

For more information about this conference, click here.
Conference: National Transportation Training Directors Conference
Date: October 8-12, 2017
Location: Point Clear, AL
Organization: National Transportation Training Directors (NTTD)

Join transportation training officials from around the nation for three days filled with presentations that will be informative and useful.

For more information about this conference, click here.
Conference: 2017 Northeast Transportation Safety Conference
Date: October 24-25, 2017
Location: Cromwell, CT
Organization: University of Connecticut Technology Transfer Center

This is an opportunity to discuss current trends and the future of all aspects of traffic safety.

This innovative conference will bring together engineering, education and highway safety specialists from all over the Northeast to focus on our common goal; the reduction of fatalities and injuries on our roadways.

For more information about this conference, click here.
Conference: International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure
Date: October 26-29, 2017
Location: New York, NY
Organization: American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

This conference of civil engineers, urban architects, policy makers, technology experts, and related professionals will provide a showcase for the latest developments and advancements in design, construction, technology, policy and education related to sustainable infrastructure and offers a forum to discuss and debate future directions for the 21st Century.

For more information about this conference, click here.
Conference: 3rd National RTAP Technical Assistance Conference
Date: October 29 - November 1, 2017
Location: Omaha, NE
Organization: National Rural Transit Assistance Program 

The National Rural Transit Assistance Program is excited to host our third biennial Technical Assistance Conference: Transportation at the Center.  The conference will continue the great momentum we started in Denver in 2015 with content from FTA's Technical Assistance Centers, workshops, round-tables, and a focus on practical solutions for rural and tribal transportation.

Participating and cooperating organizations include the Federal Transit Administration, Nebraska Department of Roads, Nebraska Association of Transit Providers, University of Nebraska, the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center, and the National Center for Mobility Management.

For more information about this conference, click here.
Conference: ITS World Congress
Date: October 29 - November 2, 2017
Location: Montréal, Canada
Organization: ITS America, ITS Canada, ITS Europe, ITS Asia-Pacific

The ITS World Congress 2017, produced by ITS America in conjunction with ITS Canada and co-organized by ITS Europe and ITS Asia-Pacific, brings together global leaders in intelligent and transformative transportation to showcase and evaluate the latest innovative concepts, active prototypes, and live systems. Academics, researchers, policymakers, businesses, entrepreneurs, investors, implementers, and the media-thousands of people from the transport, automotive, telecommunications, and technology sectors-will engage in robust discussions and spirited debates as to how this rapidly changing and ever-expanding industry is addressing the very real challenges facing our mobile, connected societies today and in the future.

For more information about this conference, click here .
Conference: Forum on the Impact of Vehicle Technologies and Automation on Users
Date: November 7-8, 2017
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Organization: Transportation Research Board (TRB), University of Utah, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

TRB is co-sponsoring the Forum on the Impact of Vehicle Technologies and Automation on Users on November 7-8, 2017, in Salt Lake City, Utah. The two-day Forum is designed to bring together representatives and experts from the research community, government, and industry to discuss and identify research needs and direction on the impact of vehicle technologies and automation for drivers and other transportation users.

For more information about this conference, click here .
Conference: Vermont Highway Safety Alliance Conference
Date: November 8, 2017
Location: Burlington, VT
Organization: Vermont Highway Safety Alliance (VHSA)

The Vermont Highway Safety Alliance Conference , The Road to Highway Safety Is Paved with Technology,  will be held on November 8, 2017 at the Hilton Burlington in Burlington, Vermont. The conference will address the theme of technology by bringing together professionals and stakeholders from Education, Engineering, Enforcement, and Emergency Services. The conference provides an excellent opportunity to market to the attendees from across Vermont and New England.

For more information about this conference, click here .
New
Conference: Transportation Research Board 97th Annual Meeting
Date: January 7-11, 2018
Location: Washington, DC
Organization: Transportation Research Board (TRB)

The Transportation Research Board (TRB) 97th Annual Meeting will be held January 7-11, 2018, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, in Washington, D.C. The information-packed program is expected to attract more than 13,000 transportation professionals from around the world.

The meeting program will cover all transportation modes, with more than 5,000 presentations in over 800 sessions and workshops, addressing topics of interest to policy makers, administrators, practitioners, researchers, and representatives of government, industry, and academic institutions. A number of sessions and workshops will focus on the spotlight theme for the 2018 meeting:  Transportation: Moving the Economy of the Future.

For more information about this conference, click here .
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Conference: ATSSA 48th Annual Convention and Traffic Expo
Date: January 26-30, 2018
Location: San Antonio, TX
Organization: American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA)

ATSSA's Annual Convention & Traffic Expo is the premier event for more than 3,300 roadway safety professionals and transportation officials from across the USA and around the globe. The convention brings together business leaders, government officials, manufacturers, corporate roadway department personnel and all manner of people involved in nearly every aspect of roadway safety.

For more information about this conference, click here .