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Recognize a talented transportation news provider

Nominations due Oct. 16 for National Media Award

In the digital age, transportation news arrives via alert, text, email, blog, website, radio, TV and even in print. Speed and accuracy count and can help move traffic and prevent calamities.

Like the latest tools in traffic management and vehicle technology, we rely on this information to safely navigate and plan our routes. We also explore it to learn about industry developments, track the competition and find leads for new business.

Here’s your chance to recognize someone who does a great job at providing fair, balanced and informative reporting about the roadway safety industry.

The National Media Award is open to reporters/news organizations, bloggers and freelance writers. Submissions are due by Oct. 16. Nominations must be submitted by a Department of Transportation (DOT) communications office. Employees of a government agency, highway department, or DOT communications office are not eligible for the award.

The winner will be recognized as part of ATSSA’s 51st Annual Convention & Traffic Expo taking place Jan. 29-Feb. 2. The winner and nominator received an expense-paid trip to the convention.

ATSSA established the National Media Award in 2012. Nomination forms and a list of previous winners are available online. For additional information, contact ATSSA at or 800-272-8772.

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