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FACES OF TRANSPORTATION Photo & Video Contest

Posted by Joe Gentle on Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

AASHTO’s Faces of Transportation photo contest is now accepting entries for 2014. Entering its 10th year, the contest is going down a new road by allowing VIDEO entries as well as stills. They’re also changing tracks, setting a new course, and adjusting the format of the contest by dividing entries into three categories:

  • Quality of Life/ Community Development: Showing how transportation contributes to quality of life and community development
  • Historic Projects: Celebrating historic transportation projects, including restorations
  • Taking the Road Less Traveled: Bringing out the Robert Frost in all of us by focusing on hidden places, new discoveries, and exploration

If you’ve got a photo (or a video) that captures the truth of transportation, don’t wait any longer–submit it now to the Faces of Transportation contest!

Prizes of $125 will be awarded to one entry in each category, two prizes of $500 will go to “Best Overall Photo” and “People’s Choice,” and two prizes of $150 will be awarded to the best novice video and the best professional video, respectively. The deadline for entry will by July 31, 2014, and winners will be announced in September.

Read more about the contest rules or guidelines, or submit your entry, at FacesofTransportation.org.

2013 entry: Michael Ruggerio. New River Gorge Bridge, West Virginia.
2013 entry: Michael Ruggerio. New River Gorge Bridge, West Virginia.
2013 Entry: Karl Nielson. Loveridge overpass during construction Spring of 2013.
2013 Entry: Karl Nielson. Loveridge overpass during construction Spring of 2013.

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