Transport Planning Day People's Award

 

Introduction 

Our inaugural people’s awards are now open for entries. Communities are invited to tell the professionals how transport planning has improved their lives. This could include enabling the creation of great new places, new opportunities to travel for all, or simply making a small local difference to the journey to school or the shops. 

It’s often not the big projects that are the best solution – we want to hear about the ways transport planning has helped protect communities, as well as create new opportunities. The awards will recognise transport-related projects and initiatives that have made a genuine contribution to improving people’s access to services, quality of life and wellbeing.

Local people know which schemes have made things better for their communities. Our awards are about showcasing what makes a good scheme from the community’s point of view.

To qualify for entry, projects or initiatives must have been in operation for at least one year. Entries must be able to show how the outcomes have made a positive contribution to the principles of transport planningThe principles embody the idea that transport planners’ work should always be truly independent; questioning and open minded; honest about uncertainty; focussed on people; and understandable by everyone.

How to enter

Please submit entries as a word document or pdf, answering the following questions in no more than 500 words:

  1. Why do you think this transport programme or scheme is good for your community?
  2. In what way(s) has the scheme / programme helped the community?
  3. Who has benefited most from the transport programme / scheme?
  4. Was the scheme/programme supported by the community?
  5. Who promoted the programme / scheme and made it happen?

Entries should include:

  • A title, one or two photos, and a map of the location
  • Groups or individuals can submit nominations, but please provide a key contact and their details with your nomination.

To enter, please complete the form below and attach the 500 word summary.

The awards are open for entries until 3 August 2018.

Your name:
Your email address:
Your contact number:
Nomination Title:
Location:
Please outline the location and include a map showing the area affected with your 500 word summary
Region:
Timing:
Single date or period of time
Who was responsible for the nominated intervention?
e.g. a local group, a transport or spatial planner, local authority or consultancy
Attachments:
Browse and upload word document containing entry information
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