Spotlight Award Submission Deadline June 18
Deadline: June 18, 2021
Be recognized for your hard work.
“Winner of the longest running transit marketing award in the country.”
Wouldn’t that look great on your resume or year end review?
Do YOU have a WINNING marketing campaign, creative idea or outreach program for public transportation?
Enter the 2021 SPOTLIGHT AWARDS and be recognized for your hard work.
- Who Can Enter? - All SWTA members in good standing.
- How Do I Enter? - 1. Read the submission guidelines for complete details. 2. Complete a Submission Entry Form for EACH ENTRY. 3. Upload questionnaire and sample materials or mail a thumb drive. 4. Complete the Payment Form.
- How Much Does It Cost To Enter? - $35 per entry (payment must be received no later than 5 p.m. CST June 18, 2021).
- Entry Deadline - Submissions must be received by no later than 5:00 p.m. CST June 18, 2021. Entry materials must have been published, broadcast, or otherwise disseminated between June 1, 2020 and May 31, 2021
Celebrating 34 Years of EXCEPTIONAL CREATIVITY.
JOIN friends and peers for the SWTA Virtual Transit Marketing Workshop!
Spotlight Award recipients will be announced on July 19-20, 2021, as part of SWTA’s Summer University Conference in Santa Fe.
Email Rich Sampson if you have an idea for a panel or a project you want to present.
Registration for 2021 Summer University is open now!
SWTA/TransTrack Session: Expanding Access Through Meaningful Data
Join SWTA & TransTrack to gain practical experience in applying data to inform your service planning efforts and achieve goals for accessibility, equity and responsiveness in your community or region.
Presenters & Topics:
•Mobility Management Eligibility Database – Joanna Huitt, Marin Transit (CA)
Marin Transit has partnered with TransTrack Systems to create a standalone mobility management eligibility database around their programs and independent from any eligibility contractor or demand response scheduling system.
•Mobility Options For Your Passengers – Lisa Womack, KCATA (MO/KS)
KCATA has been aggressive in Piloting several different modes of service including Taxis, TNCs and Microtransit – so many choices, how do you decide?
•Mobility Trends and Opportunities – Ron Brooks, Accessible Avenue(AZ)
Having experience from both the public and private sector, let’s talk about mobility trends and opportunities.