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The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) yesterday honored individuals and organizations for their leadership, vision and life-time commitment to public transportation. The association also inducted four new members into the APTA Hall of Fame.
The APTA Honors recognize North American public transportation leaders who are outstanding role models of excellence, have demonstrated significant leadership, and whose accomplishments and innovations have greatly advanced public transportation, APTA officials said in a press release.
The following awards were granted to individuals:
Meanwhile. the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) in Texas received APTA’s Outstanding Public Transportation System Achievement Award. METRO’s board has made a commitment to take proactive agency-wide approaches to enhance, implement and track safety practices, APTA officials said.
APTA inducted into its Hall of Fame: