About the Memorial

Work Zone SafetyMission Statement

The Living Tributes Online Work Zone Memorial honors transportation workers, motorists and others who died in work zone crashes. It is a place where family members, friends and colleagues can reflect on their loss and where the traveling public can become more aware of sacrifices made by transportation workers.

About the Website

The Living Tributes Online Work Zone Memorial debuted in 2012. This unique website sponsored by ARTBA’s National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse, provides family and colleagues with a venue to share personal remembrances of workers, drivers, passengers, police officers and emergency workers killed in roadway work zone accidents. Families have the ability to register online to create a memorial. Others are then able to view profiles and receive invitations to visit the site and sign the guest books. All information and postings are at no cost. The site features a recent entry section, searchable database of names, a link to the latest work zone news, a special resource section for scholarships from ARTBA and other associations, links to public awareness campaigns and statistics, a page dedicated to state memorials and a forum or blog for family members.

About the National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse

Founded in 1998, The Clearinghouse has the world’s largest online library of free information on these topics: accident and crash data, latest technologies and equipment, best practices, key safety engineer contact information, laws and regulations, worker safety training materials, research and publications, public education campaigns, Spanish language materials and educational materials for new drivers. Since inception, the Clearinghouse has provided assistance to more than 500,000 users from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and 27 countries around the world.

More information: www.workzonesafety.org

About ARTBA

The Washington, D.C.-based ARTBA, founded 110 years ago by a Michigan public official, Horatio Earle, represents the U.S. transportation design and construction industry before Congress, the Executive Branch, federal agencies, news media and general public. On behalf of its 5,000-plus members from both the public and private sectors, the association advocates strong investment in transportation infrastructure programs at all levels of government to meet the needs of the traveling public and business community. It also provides educational programs and services for its members.

More information:
www.artba.org/about/

ARTBA-TDF

Established in 1985, the ARTBA Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBA-TDF®) is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt entity designed to support research, education and public awareness.
The Foundation supports a variety of initiatives, including educational scholarships, awards programs, professional development courses, safety training, a national exhibition on transportation and a facility dedicated to improving safety in roadway construction zones.

Advisory Board

Steve Breighner, ARTBA
Marilyn Dunn
Matt Jeanneret, ARTBA
Lisa McCluskey, ARTBA
Laurie Moser
Brad Sant, ARTBA

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