Sustainable Transport Award

An award to recognise an individual or organisation that has made a significant contribution to sustainable transport through research, strategy, program, project or advocacy which encourages, promotes or provides facilities for sustainable transport. This award was introduced in 2013.

More information about this award: Sustainable Transport Award criteria.

Past recipients:
2016 Transport for NSW: Travel Choices program
2015 City of Melbourne: Walking Plan (accepted by Damon Rao and Anne Laing)
2014  City of Boroondara: Principal Pedestrian Network Demonstration project (accepted by Matthew Austin)
2013  John Bartels, City of Port Phillip: Development of Sustainable Transport Strategy, Walk Plan and Bike Plan


Rose McArthur, Susie Garland, Amy Gregg and Jen O’Styke from Transport for NSW and Mott MacDonald accept the award


Sustainable Transport Award: City of Melbourne. Accepted by Anne Laing and Damon Rao, presented by Tim Absalom

Anne Laing and Damon Rao accept the award on behalf of the City of Melbourne from Tim Absalom, ITEANZ Vice President



Matthew Austin receives the award on behalf of the City of Boroondara from Tim Absalom, ITEANZ Vice President