Carol A. Keck Distinguished Service Award

This award is given to a NY Upstate Section member for outstanding contributions to the section. The award is presented on a non-annual basis. Potential candidates for the award may be proposed by any Upstate Section member. Nominees must be ITE members. Past Carol A. Keck award recipients are exempted from selection.

  2014 Award Recipient:

  2013 Award Recipient: Timothy Trabold

  2012 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2011 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2010 Award Recipient: Mike Wieszchowski

  2009 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2008 Award Recipient: Don Adams

  2007 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2006 Award Recipient: Lorenzo Rotoli

  2005 Award Recipient: Keith Mortimer

  2004 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2003 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2002 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2001 Award Recipient: Paula Benway

  2000 Award Recipient: Shelly Johnston

  1999 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  1998 Award Recipient: Jim Pond

  1997 Award Recipient: Jeff Marko

  1996 Award Recipient: Robert Miller

  1995 Award Recipient: Richard Zabinski

  1994 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  1993 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  1992 Award Recipient: Steven Gayle

  1991 Award Recipient: Frank Dolan

  1990 Award Recipient: Bernard Shatz

  1989 Award Recipient: Nathan Jaschik

NY Upstate Transportation Professional of the Year Award

The NY Upstate Transportation Professional of the Year Award was established in 1999 to recognize outstanding contributions to the transportation profession during a given year. The recipient of this award must have demonstrated advancements in the transportation engineering and planning profession through leadership, administration, practical applications of engineering and/or planning techniques or principles, training, or research and development.

The NY Upstate Section awards the Transportation Professional of the Year Award on a non-annual basis to a government or private sector engineer who truly deserves based on professional accomplishments during the previous year.

  2013 Award Recipient: Mark Budosh

  2012 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2011 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2010 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2009 Award Recipient: Todd Westhuis

  2008 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2007 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2006 Award Recipient: Lorenzo Rotoli

  2005 Award Recipient: Ian Miller

  2004 Award Recipient: Mike Wieszchowski

  2003 Award Recipient: Ed Roberts

  2002 Award Recipient: Jim Pond

  2001 Award Recipient: Paul Wells

  2000 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  1999 Award Recipient: Terry Rice

NY Upstate Young Transportation Professional of the Year Award

The NY Upstate Young Transportation Professional of the Year Award was established in 1999 to recognize outstanding contributions to the transportation profession during a given year. The recipient of this award must have demonstrated advancements in the transportation engineering and planning profession through leadership, administration, practical applications of engineering techniques or principles, training, or research and development.

The NY Upstate Section awards the Young Transportation Professional of the Year Award on a non-annual basis to a government or private sector engineer who truly deserves based on professional accomplishments during the previous year. The recipient must be 35 years of age or younger.

  2013 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2012 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2011 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2010 Award Recipient: Shan Huang

  2009 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2008 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2007 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2006 Award Recipient: Not Awarded

  2005 Award Recipient: Christina Douglas

  2004 Award Recipient: Scott Reigle

  2003 Award Recipient: Chris Smith

  2002 Award Recipient: Richard Schell and Howard McCulloch

  2001 Award Recipient: Dan Howard

  2000 Award Recipient: Gordon Stansbury

  1999 Award Recipient: Jim Willer

NY Upstate Transportation Project Award

The NY Upstate Transportation Project Award was established in 1999 to recognize outstanding transportation projects during a given year. The recipient of this award must demonstrate advancement in the use of technology, practical application or implementation techniques, cooperation and coordination with multiple jurisdictions and/or agencies.

This award may be awarded to one project or various geographically representative projects throughout Upstate New York. The NY Upstate Section awards the Transportation Project Award on an annual basis to a government, organization, or legislative body that truly deserves based on the application of sound transportation planning and engineering principals

  2013 Award Recipient: Fuller Road and Washington Avenue Intersection Reconstruction Albany, NY

  2009 Award Recipient: Interstate 86 / US Route 15 Interchange Reconstruction in Corning, NY

  2008 Award Recipient: I-590 / Winton Road Diverging Diamond Interchange

  2007 Award Recipient: Glen Street and Bay Street Reconstruction

  2006 Award Recipient: West Ridge Road Gateway Rochester, NY

  2005 Award Recipient: Crossroads Traffic Information System, Buffalo, NY and Troy Queue Jumper, Troy, NY

  2004 Award Recipient: Reconstruction of North Mohawk Street in the City of Cohoes

  2003 Award Recipient: Westside Drive Improvements

  2002 Award Recipient: I-90 Lane Addition & Rehabilitation

  2001 Award Recipient: Short Term Accident Reduction (STAR) Project Route 9 at Daniels Road,Town of Wilton, Saratoga County

  2000 Award Recipient: Reconstruction of South Broadway (US Route 9), Crescent Avenue to West Fenlon Street in the City of Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County

  1999 Award Recipient: Capital Region Transportation Management Center