MTO’s Annual Road Safety Achievement Awards

The Road Safety Achievement Awards recognize excellence in the promotion of road safety awareness in Ontario from the previous year. 2016 marks the 20th year for the awards.

Individuals, community groups and organizations who promote road safety at the community and provincial levels were honoured at an event on June 16.

There were 33 nominations across the six categories which include Media Excellence, Corporate Leadership, Volunteer, Partnerships, Professional and Initiative of the Year.

A special Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Matt Evans, outgoing Executive Director of Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving.

The Ministry’s Road User Safety Division - Divisional Partnership Award was also presented to David Bradley, President and CEO of the Ontario Trucking Association.

2015 Road Safety Achievement Award Recipients:

Awards

Recipients

Volunteer

Aaron-John Williams

Professional

Pierre Dubois, Constable, O.P.P. Hawkesbury

Partnerships

Infrastructure, Health and Safety Association

Media

Manan Gupta, Road Today

Corporate Leadership

Ontario Trial Lawyers Association

Initiative of the Year

#ImTHATPerson, York Regional Police Service

Road Safety Achievement Award 2015 winners with Deputy Minister Stephen Rhodes and Heidi Francis, Assistant Deputy Minister, Road User Safety.

Road Safety Achievement Award 2015 winners with Deputy Minister Stephen Rhodes and Heidi Francis, Assistant Deputy Minister, Road User Safety.

Heidi Francis with Stephen Rhodes and Divisional Partnership Award 
winner David Bradley, President and CEO of the Ontario Trucking Association.

Heidi Francis with Stephen Rhodes and Divisional Partnership Award winner David Bradley, President and CEO of the Ontario Trucking Association.

Andrew Davidson, Manager of Road Safety Marketing Office, Stephen Rhodes and Lifetime Achievement Award winner Matt Evans, Executive Director of Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving (OSAID).

Andrew Davidson, Manager of Road Safety Marketing Office, Stephen Rhodes and Lifetime Achievement Award winner Matt Evans, Executive Director of Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving (OSAID).

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