The National Roadway Safety Awards are back in 2021! Thanks to our continued partnership with the Federal Highway Administration Office of Safety, we're honoring public agencies that have saved lives on our nation's roads in a virtual ceremony October 6. More than ever before, we are grateful for the opportunity to recognize the lifesaving achievements of agencies and departments that have worked tirelessly despite the constraints and challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
About the Awards
The National Roadway Safety Awards program honors agencies and organizations in the transportation community that have made verifiable and significant strides toward improving the safety of our nation’s highways through infrastructure improvements, operational improvements or program planning, development and evaluation. Every two years, this prestigious awards program examines the “best of the best” using effectiveness, innovation, and efficient use of resources as criteria in determining which projects will receive this coveted award. Co-sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and Roadway Safety Foundation, this program has garnered winning entrants well-deserved top industry honors for more than 20 years.
2021 National Roadway Safety Awards
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, on behalf of the Federal Highway Administration, joins the Roadway Safety Foundation in announcing the winners of the 2021 National Roadway Safety Awards in a virtual ceremony October 6 at 3 PM EDT. Stay tuned!
Prior National Roadway Safety Awards
October 23, 2019: 7 winners honored. Click here for the Noteworthy Practices Guide.
November 15, 2017: 9 winners honored. Click here for Official FHWA Event Photos.
November 16, 2015: 10 winners honored. Click here for Official FHWA Event Photos.
November 6, 2013: 12 winners honored.
November 15, 2011: 9 winners honored.
November 5, 2009: 14 winners honored and addressed by U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood.