2021 Virtual Annual School for Highway Superintendents - Good Roads Week
Online registraton ends midnight 6/4/21 - But Don't Worry! You can still register by filling out and submitting the registration form below anytime. Just email the completed form to email@example.com
This year we are hosting a virtual Highway School over four days in the mornings of June 7th through the 10th - A Good Roads Week! This hearkens back to the roots of Highway School which grew out of Good Roads Week sessions held as early as 1905. When you register, we will send you the links to join the virtual sessions for all four days.
Start your day with some or all of our sessions. While we have produced many virtual workshops, topical webinars, and digital conferences over the past year; this time we are going to try some new ideas to shake things up and give attendees a great experience.
Here is what you can expect from the
2021 Virtual Highway School - Good Roads Week:
Live broadcasts & demonstrations from the field
After-School Networking Hours (join after the conference sessions to chat with your colleagues from across the state)
Morning welcomes from Alex Gregor, NYSAOTSOH, Joe Wisinski, NYSCHSA, Gerry Geist, AOT, and David Orr, NYSLTAP-CLRP
CHIPS and Other Funding from NYSDOT
Work Zones – Set Up and Development
Highway Safety & Speed Management
Newly Added Networkign Session
Meet your CHIPS representative networking hour Thursday June 10th 2021, 11am-12pm est. Attendees will get a chance to interact and “meet” their CHIPS Representative to ask questions about state aid.
Cost: $25 per person
Register online with the Association of Towns of the State of New York Here
June 7th - 10th, 2021
(8:30am - 12:00pm)
The 2021 Highway School will be all virtual this year. Sessions will be broadcast all across the state featuring topical presentations, live demonstrations, and an interactive networking session after the main conference in the morning.
About Highway School (Past In-Person Conferences)
The Highway School features short sessions of general interest in the mornings and 24-28 afternoon workshops lasting 75 minutes each. A partnership with statewide vendors supports the Pothole Picnic on the first day. Over 700 participants, the majority being local highway and public works officials, attend the Highway School every year.
The Association of Towns of the State of New York co-sponsors the Highway School, and handles all of the registrations.
Past Roads Scholar award recipients
The Roads Scholar Award recognizes outstanding participation of highway personnel at the Highway School. The award was given out from 1963-1998 (see below for history) and restarted in 2015. The award is given out by county and accounts for attendance by ALL municipalities in the county: