Congratulations to NADTC's 2021 Photo Contest Winners!
NADTC is pleased to announce the winners and honorable mention recipients of this year's photo contest. Thank you to all who participated! We received a lot of great photographs from across the country representing the use of public transportation, volunteer drivers assisting passengers, youth and young adults with disabilities using transportation, rural transportation, and how transportation programs are providing service during COVID-19.

The winning photos and honorable mention entries will be featured on NADTC's website, social media channels, and in future publications.
First Place
ButterFLi Assisted Transportation
Los Angeles, California
ButterFLi Assisted Transportation takes top prize for this photo of a U.S. Veteran being welcomed onto the vehicle.
Second Place
Stamford, Connecticut
SilverSource receives second place for this photo featuring a driver assisting a passenger on their Ride to Wellness service.
Third Place
Mitchell County Transportation
Bakersville, North Carolina
Mitchell County wins third place for this photo of a driver assisting a passenger as they arrive to a medical appointment.
The following photos received Honorable Mention, and a round of applause from our judges and will also be featured in future NADTC publications and social media posts.
Honorable Mention
Utah Transit Authority
Salt Lake City, Utah
An event attendee participates in an interactive game at the Utah Transit Authority's booth during Festival Latinoamericano.
Honorable Mention
LIFE ElderCare
Fremont, California
A LIFE ElderCare driver prepares to deliver groceries to seniors sheltering-in-place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Honorable Mention
Ridge Area Arc
Avon Park, Florida
A Ridge Area Arc staff member helps a passenger onto a wheelchair accessible bus.
Honorable Mention
Via Mobility Services
Boulder, Colorado
A Via Mobility driver securing a passenger's motorized scooter.
Honorable Mention
Township of Schaumburg
Hoffman Estates, Illinois
A driver assists a passenger alight the bus on their way to the Pursuit Program.
Honorable Mention
Island Transit
Coupeville, Washington
A Island Transit bus operator promotes their "Gail the Whale" Mask Up Campaign.
Honorable Mention
Island Transit
Coupeville, Washington
A Road Support staff demonstrates wheelchair securement before providing a ride.
Honorable Mention
Manatee County Area Transit
Sarasota, Florida
A passenger loads a bicycle onto the bus bike rack, showcasing multimodal options to travel around the community.
Honorable Mention
OCCK Transportation Services
Salina, Kansas
An OCCK passenger waits for the next bus at the shelter, ready to go shopping.
Honorable Mention
Stamford, Connecticut
A Ride to Wellness passenger uses an accessible ramp onto a SilverSource van, on their way to a medical appointment.
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