The Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) is proud to celebrate the outstanding achievements in transportation demand management (TDM) with the 2021 ACT National Awards. These awards are presented each year on the final day of ACT's International Conference.
“These awards provide us an opportunity to recognize the hard work, creativity, and ingenuity within the industry,” said David Straus, ACT Executive Director. “Congratulations to all of our winners for their excellent work during a challenging year.”
Congratulations to the 2021 Recipients!
Public Transit: UCLA Transportation
Active Commuting: George Mason University Parking & Transportation
Ridesharing: Via To Transit
Overall Benefits: Genentech
Outstanding Building or Development: Twelve24
Excellence in Planning: City and County of Denver
Excellence in Research: Georgia Commute Options
Outstanding TMA Award: TRAFFIX
Social Media Marketing: RideFinders
Website Launch or Revision: Valley Metro/Commute Solutions
Overall Marketing Campaign: Charlotte Area Transit System
Employee Transportation Champion: Caryn Walline
Strategy Pivot: goDCgo and Movability
ACT National Board President Connie McGee recognized exemplary ACT members who have stepped into leadership roles & have elevated ACT and the field of TDM through their hard work. She also presented the ACT Chapter of the Year Award to the SEACT Chapter for consistently providing its members with opportunities to engage & learn. Check out SEACT's video nomination here
"I am so honored to present these awards which recognize the dedication of these exemplary volunteer leaders," said Connie McGee, ACT President. "ACT is an organization that relies on our volunteers and I am thrilled to recognize their contributions, especially during a year that brought so many challenges."
Emerging Leader: Allie Velleca, AECOM & Veronica Jarvis, Thurston Regional Planning Council
Extraordinary Leadership: Leigh Anderson, GWRideConnect & Kiki Dohman, Salem Area Mass Transit District
TDM Champion: Rob Henry, TDM-CP, GVF
Chapter of the Year: SEACT Chapter