28th Annual CTF Transportation Awards Program
May 24, 2017 at the Sacramento Sheraton Grand Hotel
Recognizing California Transportation Achievement in 2016
28th Annual Transportation Awards Winners and Finalists Announced
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Take A Look at this year’s CTF Transportation Award Winners and Finalists
The California Transportation Foundation is proud to announce the 28th Annual CTF Transportation Award winners in several categories, as well as the top three finalists in most categories. The winners of those categories will be announced and all trophies presented at the May 24, 2017 Transportation Awards Luncheon. The CTF Transportation Awards recognize excellence in California transportation in 2016, all modes, public and private sector and from all regions of the state. CTF recognizes project teams including all major partners and contractors. If you see that we have left off a major team member please let us know. The Transportation Awards Program is made possible by our generous sponsors.
The Transportation Awards jury, made up of public and private sector transportation professionals from around the state, enjoyed reviewing the 90 outstanding nominations this year,” said Sasha Dansky, Principal at Mark Thomas, and Chair of the California Transportation Foundation. “Our selections represent 2016’s best projects, programs and people – their contributions improved California transportation.” Click here to register for the Transportation Awards Luncheon and cheer on your favorite finalist or winner.
CTF Congratulates the Transportation Award Winners Announced in Advance!
Elected Officials of the Year
This award recognizes the tremendous accomplishment of passing the transportation funding bill in early 2017. It is an exception to the rule that the Awards recognize achievement in the previous year.
The Honorable Jerry Brown
The Honorable Jim Beall
Chair, California State Senate Transportation and Housing Committee
The Honorable Jim Frazier
Chair, California State Assembly Transportation Committee
Overall Project of the Year
Exposition Line Light Rail
Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority; WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff; Skanska-Rados Joint Venture
Person of the Year
CEO, Transportation Corridor Agencies
Organization of the Year
Transportation Corridor Agencies
Aviation Project of the Year
LAX Second Level Road Repair
Los Angeles World Airports, Planning & Development Group; Los Angeles Department of Building & Safety; Atkins; Myers-Banicki, Joint Venture; AECOM; LAX Airport Operations
And the Top Three Finalists in 11 Other Categories with the Winners Announced at the Awards Luncheon!
Freeway/Expressway Project of the Year
• I-805 North Express Lanes & Direct Access Ramp
Caltrans; AECOM; Skanska; SANDAG; Geocon Inc.; PB&A
• I-580 Express Lanes
Alameda CTC; Caltrans; AECOM; ETCC; Ghilotti Construction
• I-5 Widen at Carmenita Road
Caltrans D7; Flatiron Construction Corp.
Pedestrian/Bicycle Project of the Year
• SR89 Mousehole Pedestrian & Bicycle Improvement
Town of Truckee; Caltrans; HDR; 4LEAF
• Napa Vine Trail – Oak Knoll Segment
Napa Valley Transportation Authority; City of Napa; County of Napa; Town of Yountville; Napa Valley Vine Trail Coalition; GD Nielson; Ghilotti Bros, Inc.
• Brickelltown Streetscape Improvement
Town of Truckee; Easter Sierra Engineering; Spanish Springs Construction, Inc.; Q&D Construction, Inc.; Holdrege and Kull, Consulting Engineers and Geologists; KLI Finance
Public Outreach Project of the Year
• Measure L Education Campaign
Stanislaus Council of Governments; Regional Government Services
• Caltrans News Flash
Caltrans Division of Public Affairs
• The Weekend Shift – Be Aware, Prepare and Share
OCTA; Caltrans D12; TRC Solutions; The RJ Noble Company; Westbound Communications
Interchange Project of the Year
• I-80/Yerba Buena Island Westbound Ramps
San Francisco County Transportation Authority; Caltrans D4; AECOM; Moffatt & Nichol; WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff; Pendergast Consulting Group; Treasure Island Development Authority
• I-15/I-215 Interchange
San Bernardino County Transportation Authority; Caltrans D8; AECOM; FHWA; Atkinson Construction LLC; Overland, Pacific and Cutler, Inc.; Westbound Communications
• Carmenita Interchange
Caltrans D7; Flatiron West, Inc.; City of Norwalk; City of Santa Fe Springs; LAC Metro; FHWA
Operational Efficiency Program or Project of the Year
• Managed Lanes Network Study and Managed Lanes Feasibility Study
Caltrans D12; CH2M HILL; Orange County Business Council; SCAG; Transportation Corridor Agencies; FHWA; Caltrans HQ
• Golden 1 Center Event Transportation Management Plan
City of Sacramento; Sacramento Kings; Sacramento Regional Transit District; Fehr & Peers; Sacramento Police Department
• I-80 SMART Corridor
Alameda CTC; Caltrans D4; Contra Costa County Transportation Authority; Parsons Transportation Group
Transit/Rail Project of the Year
• LACMTA Division 14 Operations and Maintenance Facility
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority; Maintenance Design Group; RNL Design; Nabih Youssef & Associates Structural Engineers; Glumac; W2 Design, Inc.; Kiewit Building
• 91 Perris Valley Line
RCTC; Metrolink; HDR; FTA; STV; Ames Construction; Simon Wong/Kleinfelder
• Mission/Warren/Freight RR Relocation
Caltrans; City of Fremont; HNTB; Ghirardelli Associates; Union Pacific Railroad
Structure Project of the Year
• Raise 80
Caltrans D3; RGW Construction Inc., Sagent
• Willits Bypass
Caltrans; DeSilva Gates – Flatiron, a Joint Venture
• Antlers Bridge Replacement
Caltrans D2; Tutor Saliba; Lakehead Community Development Association
Sustainable Transportation/Environmental Enhancement Project of the Year
• Water Conservation Action Plan
• SR1 Design Guidelines
Caltrans D4; NPS, Golden Gate National Recreation Area; California Coastal Commission; California State Parks; County of Marin; CH2M HILL
• Student Travel Pass
Alameda CTC; AC Transit; Union City Transit; LAVTA/Wheels; Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates
Local Street Project of the Year
• Bear Valley Parkway North Widening
County of San Diego; Bureau Veritas North America, Inc.; CityWorks, Inc.
• Laurel Street Grade Separation
San Bernardino County Transportation Authority; City of Colton; BNSF Railway Company; Caltrans; TranSystems/Athlaye Inc.; Riverside Construction Company
• Foothill Parkway Westerly Extension
City of Corona; Michael Baker International; Psomas; Kleinfelder – Simon Wong Engineering; Sukut / Flatiron Joint Venture; Earth Mechanics, Inc.; NMG Geotechnical, Inc.
Safety Project Project of the Year
• Construct Auxiliary Lanes and Widen Connector
Caltrans D11; LB Civil; Dokken Engineering
• Nogales Street Grade Separation
Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority; City of Industry; Los Angeles County Department of Public Works; AECOM; WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff; Griffith Company; Union Pacific Railroad
• Marsh Road Channel Repair
Town of Atherton; Biggs Cardosa Associates, Inc.; Ghirardelli Associates, Inc.; West Bay Sanitary District
Conventional State Highway Project of the Year
• Buckhorn Grade Improvement
Caltrans North Region; Steve Manning Construction, Inc.
• Willits Bypass
Caltrans; DeSilva Gates – Flatiron West, A joint Venture
• Slate Creek Emergency Slip-Out Repair
Caltrans; Tullis, Inc.; United States Forest Service; Trinity County Department of Transportation
Other/Unique Project of the Year
• Vista Point Displays
• McHenry Ave/River Road Temporary Bypass
San Joaquin County Department of Public Works; City of Escalon
• San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Seismic Safety, Pier E3 Demonstration Project
Caltrans D4; Kiewit/Manson, AJV; AECOM; Illingworth and Rodkin; Garcia and Associates