Current Action Alerts
The new law provides nearly doubled the funding for roadway safety infrastructure projects nationwide. This investment will help to reduce roadway fatalities across our nation.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
This is going to be the final vote for the transportation authorization, and your legislators' support will be necessary to get the bill over the finish line.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
Now is a critical time to let your legislators know your views on the transportation conference committee's actions and final product.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
In only takes a moment, but contacting your senators will have a great impact for the roadway safety infrastructure industry. Voting down this amendment will help continue to make America's roads safer and reduce fatalities and serious injuries.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
It's also critical that ATSSA members reach out to their Representative to ask them to support two roadway safety infrastructure amendments to the bill. One is regarding rural road safety, and the other is about work zone safety and training.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
The House transportation bill funds the Highway Safety Improvement Program at $2.6 billion a year for four years and will truly help to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on our nation's roads.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
The Senate is considering MAP-21, its version of the highway authorization. This language includes a near doubling of the Highway Safety Improvement Program and strong commitments to roadway safety infrastructure.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
H.R. 2107 authorizes $400 million annually for roadway safety infrastructure on rural roads. Because a person is two and a half times more likely to die on a rural road than on an urban, it's critical that these investments are made and that the funds reach the roads that need them the most.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
Please take a moment and contact the House of Representatives today to ask your Congressperson to cosponsor H.R. 1776, the Older Driver and Pedestrian Safety and Roadway Enhancement Act. Your voice is vital to the legislation's success.View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
Work zone safet grants are critical to improving the safety and efficiency of work zones throughout the United States. It is extremely important that Congress hears about these grants so that elected officials can work to include them in the upcoming transportation authorization bill. View full detailsClick here to Take Action!
The Roadway Safety Training Institute will serve to make work zones safer for worker, law enforcement personnel, pedestrians, and guardrail installers and inspecters through comprehensive training programs. Often, when designers and planners look to close walkways, they do not take all aspects of the project into consideration. The Roadway Safety Training Institute will help to make the whole area safer. View full detailsClick here to Take Action!