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Nominate an Industry Leader or Innovator for the 2022 Transportation Development Hall of Fame

Parul Dubey on February 15, 2022 - in Awards, News, People

WASHINGTON — The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Foundation is accepting nominations for the 2022 Transportation Development Hall of Fame. Launched in 2010, the Hall “honors individuals or families from the public and private sectors who have made extraordinary contributions to U.S. transportation development during their careers.”

Nominees are considered in two categories:

Transportation Design & Construction Industry Innovators: Honors the men and women who discovered or created a “game changing” product or process that significantly advanced transportation design, construction and/or safety.  It seeks to honor the original innovator.

Transportation Design & Construction Industry Leaders (Individuals or Families): Recognizes men, women and families who have made significant contributions—beyond just having successful businesses or careers—that have notably helped advance the interests and image of the transportation design, construction, and safety industry.

Nomination forms must be received by close of business Monday, April 25.

Nomination Process

Anyone can nominate a candidate. ARTBA membership is not required.  Individuals can be living or inducted to the Hall posthumously. The selection process is extremely competitive, and only a very limited number of individuals will be inducted annually.

Visit artbahalloffame.org for the nomination form or contact ARTBA’s Carrie Halpern at chalpern@artba.org with questions.

The ARTBA Foundation is a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt entity designed to “promote research, education and public awareness” about the impacts of transportation investment. It supports educational scholarships, awards, management and education programs, roadway work zone safety training and certificate programs, special economic research, and an exhibition on transportation at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

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