Alberta’s leaders in innovation were celebrated Monday night at the annual Minister’s Awards for Transportation Innovation.
The Red Deer ceremony recognized individuals and organizations in the transportation industry who have demonstrated excellence in six award categories that honour innovation in Alberta public transportation projects.
Minister of Transportation Brian Mason attended the ceremony to recognize the dedication of each of the teams and their contributions to innovation in Alberta.
“These awards celebrate transportation innovations, large or small, that are paving the way toward to more efficient, sustainable and safer transportation systems in our province. I am proud to present these awards to those who use their skills and creativity to constantly elevate Alberta’s industry.”
This year’s award-winning projects include:
- accelerated bridge repair using cellular concrete
- Ivor Strong Bridge ITS integration and traffic management project
- southern Alberta rock stabilization
- Highway 13 and Highway 21 roundabout
- Alberta spatial economic and travel model
- Cold Lake Transit
The award recipients were selected in early February by an awards evaluation committee with representatives from Alberta Transportation, Consulting Engineers of Alberta, Alberta Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association, Alberta Urban Municipalities Association and the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties.
- The awards are part of an ongoing partnership with the Consulting Engineers of Alberta, the Alberta Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association and the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties
- The awards were established in 2004, with the first recipients honoured in 2005
- Nominations can be submitted for any public transportation project in Alberta related to roads, bridges, multi-modal transportation or transit