The Association for Commuter Transportation recognizes and honors outstanding achievements in the field of transportation demand management. The 2020 awards will be presented at the ACT International Conference in Denver, CO on August 5, 2020. Those eligible for the awards include individuals, public and private sector agencies, businesses, non-profit organizations, colleges and universities, business associations, transportation management associations and transportation providers.
Nominations MUST be submitted by an ACT member in good standing. Nominees do not need to be an ACT member. Self-nominations are accepted and encouraged.
To view the complete list of questions asked in each category before applying, CLICK HERE.
Each nomination must be submitted by April 10th, 2020.
Presented to an ETC that best demonstrates commitment to promoting and advancing commuter transportation options at their worksite.
These four categories recognize concepts or campaigns that were designed to educate and inform an identified audience about their commuting options, the impacts of transportation on the environment, transportation planning, and other related topics and concerns. The winning campaigns will have demonstrated a high level of creativity and originality, and can show measurable results including increased audience engagement, increased brand awareness, mode shift, or significant behavior change.
The Commuting Options Awards recognizes an exemplary program, policy, or service that promotes trip reductions and mode shift in one of the following commuting options:
The program, policy, or service should have clear goals and demonstrate progress towards achieving those goals. One award will be presented for each of the commute option categories listed.
Presented to the TMA that best uses its public/private partnerships to achieve local or regional transportation goals.
The Outstanding Building/Development Award recognizes a multi-tenant facility that provide commuter friendly infrastructure, programs and services, and demonstrate clear metrics to measure reduction of single occupant vehicle trips during peak hours of traffic congestion.
Acknowledges the excellent advocacy efforts of an ACT member at either the local, state, and/or federal level. The award celebrates effort, innovation, collaboration, efficiency, and effectiveness of both individuals and organizations.
Acknowledges an ACT member or organization for their recent TDM research or research in a related field in which the project demonstrates applicability to TDM goals. Collaborative efforts may be recognized so long as one member of the team is an ACT member.
The Excellence in Planning Award recognizes public agencies at the local, regional or state level who have taken notable steps to incorporate TDM into their transportation and land use planning process.
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