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FREE ADMISSION FOR CALTRANS EMPLOYEES, PUBLIC OFFICIALS, ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, EMERGENCY RESPONDERS
FREDERICKSBURG, Va., Feb. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Members of the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA), an international roadway safety association, will conduct their 43rd Annual Convention and Traffic Expo in San DiegoFeb. 24 – 26. The event will be held at the San Diego Convention Center and will feature hundreds of booths filled with innovative roadway safety products and a wide-variety of roadway equipment. This is the largest single display of traffic control equipment and devices in North America.
Both Feb. 25 and 26 are open days for CALTRANS employees, public officials, law enforcement officers and emergency responders. The free offer not only includes admission to the massive exhibition floor both days, it also includes free access to a wide variety of roadway safety workshops. A complete schedule is located at the "Events" tab (Convention and Traffic Expo) of ATSSA.com.
Beginning at noon on Feb. 25, public officials can present their identification cards at the registration desk to obtain free admission to the show floor. The free offer is good until 5 p.m. Feb. 26.
ATSSA members are committed to reducing the number of roadway fatalities and injuries through the development of innovative products and services. ATSSA is the nation's leader in roadway safety issues, with heavy emphasis on work zone safety, pavement markings, guardrail, signage, traffic control devices and reflective apparel.
Since 1969, ATSSA has represented companies and individuals in the traffic control and roadway safety industry. ATSSA members provide the majority of traffic safety features, services and materials used on America's roadways.