2013 marks the seventh year that regional transportation-related programs and projects are being recognized for their innovation and impact on communities throughout the nation. In 2013, 16 projects from organizations in 8 states are being recognized through the Excellence in Regional Transportation Awards program for their innovative and excellent approaches to regional transportation planning and program implementation.
This year’s winning projects help meet their regions’ needs through various program areas, including: bicycle and pedestrian planning, air quality, equity, project implementation, public involvement, safety, and transit. Contact information for each award-winning organization is also provided.
The Excellence in Regional Transportation Award is a program of the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) Research Foundation and its program affiliate RPO America. RPO America serves as the network for the nation’s rural and small metropolitan transportation planners and other professionals.
This awards program is partially funded under a cooperative agreement with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
Looking for award winning projects from prior years? See the awards reports below:
- 2012 awards (PDF)
- 2011 awards (PDF)
- 2010 awards (PDF)
- 2009 awards (PDF)
- 2008 awards (PDF)
- 2007 awards (PDF)
For more information on the Excellence in Regional Transportation Awards program, visit www.RuralTransportation.org.
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