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Integrated Mobility Division Wins Awards

NCDOT and IMD leadership accept the President's Award for Mobility at AASHTO's Annual Meeting earlier this month.

​RALEIGH - The N.C. Department of Transportation’s Integrated Mobility Division (IMD) is being recognized for its work helping communities across the state plan for better transportation options.

IMD was recently presented the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) President’s Award for Mobility which honors individuals and teams who have improved mobility for the communities they serve.

“It’s an honor to be recognized for the work we’re doing to advance transportation in North Carolina,” said Brennon Fuqua, the interim director of IMD. “In our state, there are nearly 1 million people who don’t have access or choose not to have a vehicle. Making sure the transit choices exist to serve all North Carolinians and reduce barriers to opportunities and a good quality of life is our priority.”

The Division also won the Outstanding Project Award from the North Carolina Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (NCSITE) for the S-Line Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Study​. The recently completed study helped prepare communities along the S-Line passenger rail project for the possibility of future rail service and opportunities for transportation and economic development along the corridor.

Since formed in 2019 by merging the Bicycle and Pedestrian and Public Transportation divisions, IMD has aimed to foster equitable, accessible, and safe transportation across the state. To learn more about IMD and its projects, visit and follow Integrated Mobility on Twitter/X @NCDOT_IMD and LinkedIn at NCDOT Integrated Mobility Division.​


11/27/2023 10:37 AM