AASHTO is taking applications through July 28 for the 2017 "Faces of Transportation" awards, a photographic competition open to employees from state departments of transportation.
That competition highlights images of people designing, constructing, using and enjoying the nation's transportation systems.
The awards site said photographs will be judged in several transportation-themed categories: Motor Vehicles, Roadways & Bridges, Pedestrians & Bicycles, Ships & Boats, Trains, and Planes. The competition will award $500 cash prizes to the winners of both the Best Overall Photograph that will be determined by a panel of judges, and to the People's Choice award to be determined by online voting.
AASHTO's Communications Division will
announce the two winners during the Aug. 20-24 TransComm 2017 meeting in Denver of the Subcommittee on Transportation Communications.
The association said the 2017 Faces competition comes after a year's hiatus since the 2015 round of awards. Meanwhile, "we've retooled, revamped and reorganized" the contest, said a
notice on the dedicated website.
The notice said that in the 2017 version "we have opened up the categories to be much more focused on transportation subjects." It urged photo-takers to "Get out there. Take some great photos . . . Free up your creativity. Show us the wonderful faces that make transportation across our beautiful nation. Enter today!"
Online voting is now underway to decide the People's Choice Award winner in the annual Faces of Transportation photography and video contest sponsored by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.
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