We have our Winners!
Thanks to our amazing network of Your Move champions the 2018 Your Move Awards was a success, jam-packed with active transport goodness. The biennial Your Move Awards recognise the outstanding achievements and contributions of Your Move local governments, schools and workplaces in getting more people walking, cycling and using public transport more often.
The Hon Rita Saffioti, Minister for Transport, was there to present the awards.
"It's great to see the innovative and creative ways the awards winners are helping to reduce car use in ther communities and workplaces.
The award winners show that starting with small things like creating a glow in the dark path, encouraging kids to walk or ride to school a few days a week or providing SmartRiders and e-bikes for work trips, are great ways to help encourage people to swap some car trips for walking, cycling and catching public transport."
And the winners are..
Check out our three video snap shots to get a sense of what our amazing Your Move network has been up to.
The City of Albany - Cycling Strategy
The City of Albany is committed to making Albany a premier cycling destination. Check out what they are doing to make it happen.
Baldivis Secondary College – The Transition to Year 7
Baldivis Secondary College knew that getting their fresh Year 7s to walk, cycle and use public transport would be a challenge. Check out what they did to make it happen.
The City of Vincent – Workplace Travel Plan
The City of Vincent wanted to reduce the number of staff driving to work. This is how they made it happen.
2018 Your Move Award Winner Profiles
And a thanks to all our nominees
2018 Your Move Awards - Nominees - Achieve Poster 1
2018 Your Move Awards - Nominees- Achieve Poster 2
2018 Your Move Awards - Nominees - Innovate Poster 1
2018 Your Move Awards - Nominees - Innovate Poster 2
2018 Your Move Awards - Nominees - Innovate Poster 3
2018 Your Move Awards - Nominees - Champion Poster 1
2018 Your Move Awards - Nominees - Champion Poster 2