July 21, 2019
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Photo: Caltrans.

Two photographs and three videos won the top prizes in the 13th annual Faces of Transportation competition, sponsored by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.

Sixteen transportation department employees from 24 states and five private citizens submitted 88 photographs and 16 videos for judging in this competition. An AASHTO team of judges selected the Grand Prize winner and a majority of the more than 6,000 online votes selected the winner of the People’s Choice award.

The Grand Prize went to California Department of Transportation Senior Photographer Scott Lorenzo for his photograph (seen above) of a Caltrans worker giving a Make-A-Wish child a tour of a maintenance facility.

The People’s Choice award went to Arkansas Department of Transportation Photographer Rusty Hubbard for his picture (seen below) of the last working ferry system in Arkansas.

Photo: Rusty Hubbard/ARDOT

The videos competed for first, second, and third prizes and the Ohio Department of Transportation won first prize for its fascinating “Slow Down, Move Over” public education campaign video. Taking second place was Caltrans for its News Flash video detailing the department’s emergency response to a major mudslide in Santa Barbara County. Third place went to the Arizona Department of Transportation for its South Mountain Freeway Chuckwalla Relocation video, demonstrating the department’s commitment to wildlife mitigation.

“We are thrilled that so many talented artists shared their perspectives on transportation in this year’s competition,” said Lloyd Brown, AASHTO director of communications and marketing, in a statement. “The photos and videos nominated in this year’s competition highlight the often overlooked role that transportation plays in our communities and our overall quality of life.”

editor@aashto.org

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