Congratulations to all of the State DOTs and division offices whose efforts are represented in this year's EHEI selections, and thank you to all who submitted proposals for this year. We encourage you to continue to promote EHEI projects.
|Education and Training Programs||Georgia||The Immortal 600 Teaching Package
For demonstrating how Federal-aid Highway projects can help preserve history.
For using a range of education and encouragement activities to promote walking and bicycling.
|Enhancing the Environment
for Human Activities
|Delaware||Russell W. Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge
For improving access to and educational opportunities at an important natural resource.
|Illinois||Goodwin Avenue Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Improvements
For improving the safety and convenience of bicycling and walking facilities at a college campus.
|Encouraging Nonmotorized Transportation||California||San Jose Trail Network
For developing an effective nonmotorized transportation network.
|Massachusetts||Health Transportation Compact
For integrating health considerations into transportation decisions.
|Vermont||Way to Go! Commuter Challenge
For an innovative marketing and outreach campaign to promote transportation alternatives.
|Process Improvements||Illinois||Project Notification System for Section 106 Tribal Consultation
For helping to improve opportunities for tribal participation in highway project development.
|South Carolina||US Highway 17 Sweetgrass Corridor
For endeavoring to preserve an important cultural resource.
|Product Development||Florida||Environmental Screening Tool
For developing a transportation decisionmaking tool that improves interagency coordination and public involvement.