Awards
 

 
Advancement
Innovation
Alliance
Community Building
Best Live ThinkTransit Session
 
The Advancement category recognizes transit agencies, organizations, and individuals who are striving to expand the boundaries of transit. Seeking to make the seemingly impossible, possible, and redefining the shape of success in the process. If you’re working on something that will advance the industry, regardless of how big or small, this category is for you (some ideas might include working with TNCs, improving OTP, etc.).

Congratulations to TransLink for winning the Award of Excellence in Advancement!

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, an exclusive feature on the Transit Unplugged podcast and/or a transit publication, and a special celebration for your transit agency.
If you are an agency, organization, or individual—or know of one—who is simply doing things differently, then this category is for you. Are you working on an idea that the transit industry doesn’t even know about? This category recognizes the innovators who are thinking differently about how we ride transit (this might include new multi-modal transit, new fare technology, autonomous vehicles etc.)

Congratulations to Oahu Transit Services for winning the Award of Excellence in Innovation!

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, an exclusive feature on the Transit Unplugged podcast and/or a transit publication, and an opportunity to present your innovations to the ThinkTransit Executive Summit.
The Alliance category recognizes a strong alliance or partnership with Trapeze. Over the course of the year, Trapeze industry experts have numerous dialogues and lead many initiatives alongside transit agencies. Every year, one agency takes the alliance to a whole new level. It is these agencies that Trapeze recognizes as leaders in this category.

Congratulations to Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) for winning the Award of Excellence in Alliance!

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, a book bundle, and a donation to a charity in your name.
The Community Building category recognizes individuals who are actively demonstrating leadership on the Trapeze Collaborate customer community. Whether it is through ongoing exchange in forums, answering questions or submitting new ideas for improvement, these individuals are improving the community.

Congratulations to Stuart Gerber, Edmonton Transit Service for winning the Award of Excellence in Community Building!

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, one free registration to the next ThinkTransit Conference, and a special celebration for your transit agency.
The winner of this category is selected by the actual participants of the ThinkTransit conference, onsite. Introduced in 2017, this category will grow to recognize the best live sessions at the 2018 conference. Live polling will be used throughout the conference to select the winners.

Congratulations to Dennis Guy, Hamilton Street Railway for winning the Award for Best Live ThinkTransit Session!

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, a book bundle, and an exclusive feature on our blog and/or in a transit publication.
Advancement
The Advancement category recognizes transit agencies, organizations, and individuals who are striving to expand the boundaries of transit. Seeking to make the seemingly impossible, possible, and redefining the shape of success in the process. If you’re working on something that will advance the industry, regardless of how big or small, this category is for you (some ideas might include working with TNCs, improving OTP, etc.).

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, an exclusive feature on the Transit Unplugged podcast and/or a transit publication, and a special celebration for your transit agency.
Innovation
If you are an agency, organization, or individual—or know of one—who is simply doing things differently, then this category is for you. Are you working on an idea that the transit industry doesn’t even know about? This category recognizes the innovators who are thinking differently about how we ride transit (this might include new multi-modal transit, new fare technology, autonomous vehicles etc.)

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, an exclusive feature on the Transit Unplugged podcast and/or a transit publication, and an opportunity to present your innovations to the ThinkTransit Executive Summit.
Alliance
The Alliance category recognizes a strong alliance or partnership with Trapeze. Over the course of the year, Trapeze industry experts have numerous dialogues and lead many initiatives alongside transit agencies. Every year, one agency takes the alliance to a whole new level. It is these agencies that Trapeze recognizes as leaders in this category.

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, a book bundle, and a donation to a charity in your name.
Community Building
The Community Building category recognizes individuals who are actively demonstrating leadership on the Trapeze Collaborate customer community. Whether it is through ongoing exchange in forums, answering questions or submitting new ideas for improvement, these individuals are improving the community.

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, one free registration to the next ThinkTransit Conference, and a special celebration for your transit agency.
Best Live ThinkTransit Session
The winner of this category is selected by the actual participants of the ThinkTransit conference, onsite. Introduced in 2017, this award will grow to recognize the best live sessions at the 2018 conference. Live polling will be used throughout the conference to select the winners.

You’ll receive promotion on our website and social channels, a book bundle, and an exclusive feature on our blog and/or in a transit publication.