ATSSAAutomotive Transportation Service Superintendents Association (Brampton, Ontario, Canada)
ATSSAAmerican Traffic Safety Service Association, Inc.
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George Cancelmo, Project Design and Development Manager states, "It was great to be participating in the ATSSA Traffic Expo, which attracted thousands of qualified buyers from every niche of the marketplace.
Simply, our objective at eNdoto is similar to ATSSA who represents the highest standard of educational forums and that is to inform and educate the industry of the economic impact of using alternative products such as steel barriers and aluminum bridge rail and sign posts, with long life span and optimum-organic value to our environment.
In addition to items on the ATSSA survey, students were also asked their preferences for favorite and least favorite subject as another method of assessing student attitudes toward science.
Based on the results, ATSSA has decided to focus on core competency number one: "Fashion clear vision and passion for quality, innovation, and business strategy across the organization.
Right now, we're seeking answers to the first question: What value does ATSSA bring to members?
Guy Bolduc, President of eNdoto relays, "We are excited to be spotlighting our USReflector Guide Star series LED Pavement Markers at ATSSA.
Co-exhibiting at ATSSA, the Premier Roadway Safety Event in America was the ideal way to continue forging the partnership for years to come.
ATSSA represents over 1,800 member companies and individuals in the traffic control and roadway safety industry who provide the majority of roadway safety features, services and materials used on roadways in the United States and abroad.
In addition to serving as ATSSA president, McSwain is a board member for The Road Information Program (TRIP) and is featured in an interview published in the January 2004 issue of Transportation Management + Engineering (TM+E) magazine.
Since 1969, ATSSA has represented companies and individuals in the traffic control and roadway safety industry.
In early 1999, ATSSA staff discussed the idea with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), seeking their leadership as partners in launching the first National Work Zone Awareness Week.
AASHTO will promote the event to its member departments and will develop, copy, and distribute material to them in cooperation with ATSSA and FHWA.