ATLANTA, GA (November 16, 2022) – The Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) recognized Google, Stanford University, Atlanta Regional Commission, Washington DC, WeDriveU, RideAmigos, Veronica Jarvis, and Congressman Peter DeFazio as recipients of the 2022 TDM Excellence Awards at a ceremony sponsored by Rekab on the final day of the 2022 TDM Forum in Atlanta, GA. The eight recipients in the categories of Employer, University, MPO, Municipality, Transportation Provider, Innovation & Technology, Advocacy, and Leadership respectively, were selected by ACT’s Executive Committee as meritorious examples of exemplary leadership and practice of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Each recipient has a long-standing commitment to the use of TDM strategies to deploy, advocate for, or create policies and programs that aim to improve the efficiency and equity of our transportation systems and the quality of life for their communities.
“This year’s recipients have proved that TDM is the keystone of any strategy that improves transportation options for commuters, livability for communities, and sustainability for the world,” said ACT Executive Director David Straus. “Their dedication and commitment to the field of TDM have not gone unnoticed, and it is an honor to recognize them in person in a room full of their peers. I look forward to the future that our recipients will create and applaud their achievements once more.”
“These recipients are at the forefront of TDM, and they represent not only the diversity of our industries but activities throughout TDM,” said ACT President Connie McGee. “Whether they’re advocating for, implementing, or creating TDM policies and programs they represent the hard work that goes into making these dreams of equity, sustainability, and a prospering economy an attainable reality.”
Congratulations to the 2022 Recipients!
University: Stanford University
Municipality: Washington, DC
Transportation Provider: WeDriveU
TDM Innovation & Technology: RideAmigos
Advocacy: Veronica Jarvis
Public Service: Congressman Peter DeFazio (D-OR)