Nominations accepted June 1 - September 15, 2012
Since 2005, The Sustainable Transport Award has been given annually to a city or major jurisdiction that has had a profound, mitigating impact on climate change by enhancing the sustainability and livability of its community using innovative transportation strategies. These strategies should increase mobility for all residents, reduce transportation greenhouse and air pollution emissions, and improve safety and access for bicyclists and pedestrians.
The Sustainable Transport Award Committee, with ITDP as the secretariat, collects information, selects finalists, and votes on a winner and honorable mentions.
Nominations are open June 1 - September 15, 2012. The Award will be presented at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting in Washington DC in mid-January, 2013. Delegations from winning cities are invited to receive their award in person.
The Sustainable Transport Award is open to all cities and major jurisdictions. Successful nominees will be distinguished by their impact, innovation, and leadership in the transport sector.
In order to qualify for consideration, the city must have made significant progress in implementing sustainable transport measures during the past year. Preference will be given to candidates who have achieved three or more of the below:
Examples of qualifying projects include, but are not limited to:
To nominate a city, please complete the form below in its entirety and submit electronically. The deadline for submissions of full nominations is September 15, 2012. Any nominations received after September 15th will not be considered.
Finalists will be contacted by October 1, 2012. The winner and honorable mentions will be announced in mid-January. Contact Jemilah Magnusson with questions.
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