Industry Connections

Stinson Owl-Lite is proud to be a member of the important associations that support our industry and share in our vision for safer and more efficient transportation. Please use the links below to connect with them to discover more about our industry.

Ontario Good Roads Association

The mandate of the Ontario Good Roads Association is to represent the transportation and public works interests of municipalities through advocacy, consultation, training and the delivery of identified services.

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Road Authority

The Road Authority (TRA) is a web portal and database exhibiting products and services available for use in public works infrastructure - including roads, water systems, sewer systems and traffic related products. 

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Ontario Road Builders Association

Formed in 1927, ORBA has been the voice of the road building industry, representing the interests of contractors and goods and service providers, which employ over 30,000 workers.

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I.T.S. Canada

Goals of ITS Canada include moving towards a fully integrated transportation management system, improving efficiency, safety, productivity and general mobility, while reducing threats to travel safety and security as well as the negative effects to the environment such as pollution.

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American Traffic Safety Services Association

American Traffic Safety Services Association represents the road safety, traffic safety, and highway safety industry with effective legislative advocacy, traffic control safety training, and a far-reaching member partnership.

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Ontario Traffic Council

The Ontario Traffic Council was formed in 1950 by a small group of municipal officials, who saw the need for a co-ordinated effort to improve traffic management in Ontario, by drawing together the knowledge and expertise of those in the field of Enforcement, Engineering and Education. 

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International Municipal Signals Association

The core purpose of the organization is to keep its members and others in the profession, up-to-date on proper procedures of construction and maintenance of signal systems and informed on new products and equipment developments.

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