The Czech Road Society operates through the collaboration of the Board of Directors, Council, and twelve specialized sections. The Czech Road Society (CSS) Council, led by Ing. Petr Mondschein, Ph.D., is the highest executive authority of the organization. During the annual CSS conference, at least 15 Council members are elected as part of the Congress. Additional members include section chairmen and advisory representatives from member companies. The Council actively manages the society's operations and assumes responsibility for its endeavors. The Board of Directors comprises a chairman, vice-chairmen, a science secretary, other members, and a secretary who oversees the CSS Secretariat.
Membership in the Czech Road Society includes over thirty individual members, alongside two honorary members. Notable collective members include the Road and Motorway Directorate, the Regional administration and road maintenance of the Vysočina region, and the Regional administration and road maintenance of the South Moravian region.
The Czech Road Society leads twelve specialized sections, each focusing on crucial facets of road-related matters. These sections aim to educate and advocate for requirements within their respective areas. Managed by subject experts, these sections actively involve dedicated members in various activities.
The professional roadmen association was founded in 1934 under the name Road Society. After World War II, the society was incorporated into the Czech Association of Scientific and Technical Societies (ČSVTS) and only gained independence in 1990. Today, it is among the 67 other independent and autonomous associations within this union. The current form of the Czech Road Society (ČSS) dates to 1999. A slight change in the name took place in 2015 when the organization adopted new statutes in accordance with the new Civil Act, necessitating an adjustment to the official name to Czech Road Society z.s. The latest change was the modernization of the logo, which the ČSS has been using since 2023.
The Czech Road Society leads 12 professional work sections that are engaged in important aspects of road. Their task is to inform and promote requirements and in specific areas. Section management is held by experts on the issue and active members participate in activities.