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August 16th – 20th, 2021
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2021 Virtual Traffic Records
Dr. Steven Cliff
Dr. Steven Cliff, Acting Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, oversees the nation’s vehicle safety agency that sets vehicle safety standards, identifies safety defects and manages recalls, and educates Americans to help them drive, ride, and walk safely. NHTSA’s work also includes establishing fuel economy regulations and helping facilitate the testing and deployment of advanced vehicle technologies. The agency has a budget of more than $1 billion and more than 600 full-time employees across the country.
Cliff brings an extensive scientific and regulatory background to his leadership role at NHTSA. Most recently, he served as the deputy executive officer at the California Air Resources Board, an organization he first joined in 2008 as an air pollution specialist. Since then, he held a variety of positions at CARB, eventually overseeing its climate program. From 2014 to 2016, Cliff joined the California Department of Transportation as the assistant director for sustainability. He returned to CARB in 2016 when then-Governor Jerry Brown of California appointed him senior advisor to CARB’s board chair.
Hon. Thomas B. Chapman
Thomas B. Chapman took the oath of office as the 46th Member of the National Transportation Safety Board on January 6, 2020. Prior to joining the Board, Chapman served six years as minority counsel to the Senate Subcommittee on Aviation & Space. In total, he has four decades of experience in government, legislative, and regulatory affairs.
Member Chapman has engaged extensively in a broad range of issues, including the recent bipartisan effort to pass comprehensive legislation reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration, the Transportation Security Administration, and the NTSB. Chapman previously served as US Airways’ vice president for government affairs, responsible for outreach on all federal policy initiatives. Prior to joining US Airways, Chapman was legislative counsel for Southwest Airlines. His work in the airline industry spanned approximately 16 years.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Chapman was senior vice president for government and technical affairs for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. His time in that role capped a 17-year tenure at the Association, beginning in 1981. While at AOPA, he held a variety of policy and safety related positions. He also earned his private pilot certificate and regularly enjoyed the opportunity to improve his skills, flying out of AOPA’s home base airport in Frederick, Maryland.
Because of Member Chapman’s practical experience in the aviation industry, an awareness and sensitivity to a pervasive culture of safety is imbedded in his approach. He brings that perspective to key challenges facing the NTSB, including advances in automation and the development of autonomous vehicles, meeting the expectations stemming from NTSB’s reputation as the world’s premier transportation safety organization, and the importance of recruiting and retaining the skilled team members on which the work of the agency is highly dependent.
Mr. Chapman considers public service to be a responsibility for those who have benefitted from professional life in the private sector. Appointment to the NTSB is a rewarding opportunity for Chapman to apply his experience and skills in a role allowing him to continue giving back through public service.
Chapman is a graduate of the American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C. and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in music from C.W. Post College in Greenvale, N.Y.
Mark Chung, vice president of the roadway practice area at NSC, is responsible for leading roadway safety initiatives that range from overseeing and growing defensive driving programs to managing the Road to Zero Coalition.
Chung draws upon years of business and marketing experience with the automotive industry. During his tenure with SAE International, Chung helped accelerate the organization’s broader transformation into becoming an industry-convening, growth-oriented, knowledge-based organization that served the automotive, aerospace and commercial vehicle sectors.
As SAE International’s strategic marketing lead, Chung led discovery and validation activities of new product extension concepts covering emerging and unsettled areas of mobility. As general manager, Chung led the development and tactical execution of midterm regional strategic plans for Europe and Asia on behalf of SAE International and grew the business over 25% during his tenure.
Previously, Chung held strategic marketing and business roles at Cooper Tire and Rubber Company, Cummins, Inc., Yokohama Tire Corporation, Ford Motor Company, and Seoul-based Kaya Media and Yolimon Publishing.
Chung earned his master of business administration from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. He holds a bachelor of science degree from University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.
WHAT IS THE TRAFFIC RECORDS FORUM?
This event is for data analysts, state and local law enforcement officials, engineers, motor vehicle officials, emergency medical services providers, judicial administrators, and highway safety professionals from across the United States and international communities. Attendees can participate in sessions for the latest safety data collection methods and best practices and learn how to:
View the 2021 Virtual Traffic Records Forum Program filled with innovative and exciting information including national and international information from subject matter experts all over the world! Topics include drug-impaired driving, traffic safety measures and data during and after COVID, and MORE. Hear from representatives from federal agencies; state highway safety offices and departments of transportation; state universities, courts, and toxicology labs; and private industry and research sharing best practices in the field.
Here is a glimpse of some of the presentations you’ll see at the 2021 Virtual Traffic Records Forum Program:
Announcing ATSIP’s Annual Sponsorship! The Sponsorship Committee has developed packages for any organization’s budget, with maximum year-long exposure and options, allowing you to select the best level of support meet your organization’s goals.
Included in the Annual Sponsorship are year-round perks, detailed in the included document, and benefits specific to the Virtual Traffic Records Forum being held from August 16 – 20, 2021.
To participate as an ATSIP Sponsor, please complete the form below and return it to Karla Houston via email at email@example.com. We thank you for your consideration of this offer and look forward to hearing from you soon!
Karla Houston – ATSIP Sponsor Chair
We would like to thank our 2021 Sponsor, Pd’ Programming!
General & Member Registration Now Open!
Registration prices went up after March 2021 – If you missed Early Bird pricing and you aren’t already an ATSIP member, now is a great time to buy your General Membership for $25 to save an extra $25 off your General Registration! Click here for memberships.
General Registration $325
Member Registration $275
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Sponsors can register for free!
Federal Registration is $225 (payment is deferred, register now, pay later)
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ATSIP is proud to host the Traffic Records Forum year after year, and we appreciate everyone who participates. To show our appreciation and recognition of the shining stars of the Traffic Records Forum, we are happy to provide the Best Practices Award and Data Visualization Award to the presentations most voted at the Forum. In addition to this, we award the annual Emeritus Member, Distinguished Achievement Award, and the Scott Falb Exceptional Service Award for individual recognition! These individual recognition awards are now open for the public to nominate persons they believe exemplify the reasoning and heart of each award. Please click the buttons below to nominate an individual for the award you feel they best represent.
Our 2021 event will be held virtually in sunny San Diego, California! We are excited to be bringing you a cutting-edge and user friendly platform to access this event on. You will receive all details on navigating the platform and networking with others will be included in your confirmation email once you’ve purchased your ticket to the Forum! We look forward to “seeing” you there!
Our call for abstract submissions for the 2021 Traffic Records Forum is closed.
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WHAT’S ON NEXT YEAR?
Please keep checking back for information regarding the 2022 Traffic Records Forum. We will keep everyone posted about the ongoing COVID-19 circumstances here as they apply to the event.
Frequently Asked Questions
When will the event be held?
We are excited to bring this event to you over the days of August 16th to August 20th, 2021.
Where will the event be held?
Traffic Records Forum 2021 is going virtual! Due to the evolving circumstances of COVID-19, we are holding this event virtually.
Will this be a paid ticketed event?
Yes, we will be providing access to this event at ticket cost. Get ready for Early Bird Ticket access to go live in January 2021!
Are you accepting applications for speakers?
Call for application submissions is now closed. Sign up for our email list below to stay informed about next year’s events.
Are you accepting sponsor and exhibitors?
We are very excited to be able to open our doors to sponsors and exhibitors for a 2021 virtual event which includes exposure in the Exhibition Hall, and sponsor highlights in the marketing communications, on our website, and around the virtual event platform. Please reach out to Karla Houston at email@example.com with any inquiries.