MTC taking nominations for annual transportation excellence awards 

click to enlarge Fannie Mae Barnes, above, was The City's first female cable car grip conductor and is a past winner of the MTC's "Excellence in Motion" award. - AP FILE PHOTO
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  • Fannie Mae Barnes, above, was The City's first female cable car grip conductor and is a past winner of the MTC's "Excellence in Motion" award.

Know someone who has led breakthroughs in Bay Area transportation movements? Is there an organization that deserves to be recognized for its role in improving local transit programs?

If so, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission wants your feedback on deserving individuals and organizations. The MTC, the region’s lead transportation agency, is receiving nominations again for its 35th “Excellence in Motion” awards program, which honors achievements in transportation innovation.

The agency will be receiving nominations until March 31. Local residents can nominate individuals, organizations and projects by going to this site.

Past winners of the award include Fannie Mae Barnes, who became the first female cable car grip conductor at Muni, and Stanford University for its alternative transportation program.

wreisman@sfexaminer.com

 

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