Attendees at the popular Strictly Highways event in October can now submit entries for this year’s DfT Special Recognition awards, which take place on 5 October at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool.
The theme for this year’s event is centred around ‘Making the case for local roads’. The programme will be split into four key focus areas – net zero, collaboration, innovation and skills – which align to LCRIG’s key activities and initiatives.
Strictly Highways brings together the whole highways community, including councils, the Department for Transport (DfT), academia, industry associations, the supply chain and media. The popular event enables everyone to learn about new innovation and technology, share experiences, receive updates from the DfT and showcases the industry associations.
The awards categories are Local Transport Hero, Best Use of Technology, Net Zero Product, Road User Experience, Collaborative Partnership and Best of Britain.
- Local Transport Technology Hero – https://strictlyhighways.lcrig.org.uk/local-transport-technology-hero
- Best use of technology in the highways and transportation sector – https://strictlyhighways.lcrig.org.uk/best-use-of-technology-in-the-highways-and-transportation-sector
- Net zero project of the year – https://strictlyhighways.lcrig.org.uk/net-zero-project-of-the-year
- Road user experience – https://strictlyhighways.lcrig.org.uk/road-user-experience
- Collaborative Partnership between council(s) and supply chain – https://strictlyhighways.lcrig.org.uk/collaborative-partnership-between-councils-and-supply-chain
- Best of Britain – https://strictlyhighways.lcrig.org.uk/best-of-britain
Deadline for award submissions is 5pm on 26 August. Details are here.