Accomplishments Report 2017

American Traffic Safety Services Association 16 The Foundation Date: Feb. 10–14 Event: ATSSA’s 47th Annual Convention & Traffic Expo Location: Phoenix Convention Center Phoenix, Arizona Host: ATSSA and The Foundation Date: March 10–17 Event: New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) Work Zone Memorial Location: Roy Patrol Yard and all six district offices, Albuquerque, New Mexico Host: NMDOT and Associated Contractors of New Mexico Date: April 3–7 Event: National Work Zone Awareness Week Event Location: Georgia Ave. and Randolph Road Interchange, Silver Spring, Maryland Host: State of Maryland and Chesapeake-ATSSA Chapter Date: April 21–27 Event: Caltrans Workers Memorial Location: California Department of Transportation Headquarters and California State Capitol Sacramento, California Host: California-ATSSA Chapter and California Department of Transportation Date: May 3–4 Event: ATSSA’s Legislative Briefing & Fly-In Location: Embassy Suites Convention Center, Washington, D.C. Host: ATSSA and The Foundation Date: May 14–20 Event: Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors Location: Frankfort, Kentucky Host: George B. Stone Co. LLC Date: June 20–25 Event: Kane County Transportation Committee Meeting Location: Kane County Government Center Chicago, Illinois Host: Kane County Date: July 11–13 Event: Heart of America Summer Spectacular Location: Old Kinderbook Convention Center Camdenton, Missouri Host: Heart of America-ATSSA Chapter Date: Sept. 18–21 Event: Association for Management and Operations of Transportation Infrastructure Assets (AMOTIA) 9th Annual Conference Location: The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa Hotel, Savannah, Georgia Host: AMOTIA Date: Nov. 7–8 Event: 2017 Infrastructure Maintenance Symposium Location: Westin Atlanta Airport, Atlanta, Georgia Host: DBi Services Date: Nov. 15–17 Event: APC/PennDOT Fall Seminar Location: APC Hershey Lodge, Hershey, PA Host: Pennsylvania-ATSSA Chapter 2017Memorial Dates National Work Zone Memorial stops at events across U.S. The Foundation’s National Work ZoneMemorial has made 11 stops across the U.S. in 2017. Over the past year, the memorial has made its way to the west coast, stopping in Phoenix, Arizona for ATSSA’s 47th Annual Convention & Traffic Expo, to cities closer to home such as its stop in Washington, D.C. for ATSSA’s Legislative Briefing & Fly-In. The National Work Zone Memorial is available to anyone interested in increasing roadway safety awareness. The Foundation encour- ages ATSSA members, ATSSA chapters, state transportation departments, and industry leaders to host the memorial at industry events in 2018 to continue to raise roadway safety awareness.