ROAD MANAGER JOINS ATSSA

Traffic planning software company Road Manager today announced it had joined the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) as part of the expansion of its US operation.

Road Manager continues to grow its international footprint in cities including Atlanta, Boston, Seattle, London, Vancouver and Sydney.

Co-founders and managing directors Christine Keyes and Brendan McNally said joining ATSSA was a must for the traffic software company as it looks to increase its profile in the USA.

\”ATSSA is the key peak body for the traffic industry and we want to work with other organisations in the USA to make traffic management safer,\” Ms Keyes said.

\”We are looking to learn from ATSSA members as well as share our extensive international experience with our new colleagues,” she said.

“We have more than 40 years’ experience in managing major projects and international events such as New Year’s Eve in Sydney,” Mr McNally said.

\”The software we have developed – Road Manager – makes the disruption that comes with infrastructure delivery and events as easy as possible on road users and helps keep workers safe.”

\”We\’re transforming the existing pen and paper system into an affordable cloud based plan that can be drafted, approved and adjusted live,” he said.

“It’s a long overdue change for the sector and a change strongly validated when you see a traffic worker’s face light up as she learns what Road Manager can do,” Ms Keyes said.

About Road Manager

Road Manager is available in the USA, Canada, Australia, UK, Ireland, New Zealand and South Africa.

Say goodbye to drawing traffic plans over a white page or importing expensive maps to develop transport management plans. Road Manager is the new traffic management software that connects you to the power of Google Maps.

Draw your traffic plans over live maps, then manage your road works in real time. Know exactly where your resources are and implement your plans live from your mobile or tablet.

Road Manager is now the preferred cloud based traffic management software used for government approved training in Australia.
To sign up for the free trial visit roadmanager.com or email info@roadmanager.com

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