Nominations for the 2023 Zephies are open! Nominations are due on September 16, 2022
To clarify some past confusion regarding the different Zephyr Awards, the Zephyr Award Committee has restructured and redefined the Award definitions and descriptions.
There will be two categories of awards, Person and Project. Within each category, there are two options depending on level of impact.
Person graphic by Mello from NounProject.com
Project graphic by Nithinan Tatah from NounProject.com
More information about the four awards can be found on the 2023 Zephyr Awards nomination form.
This award shall be given to an individual or team for superior innovation and creativity in developing a project, method, study, or product that contributes to a positive impact on transportation and/or land use decision-making.
Congratuations to the 2022 recipient, Peter Vovsha
This award shall be given to an individual or team of researchers for a research project that has had the most [relatively recent] impact on bettering the travel analysis field for the public good.
The Impactful Research Award was not given in 2022
The Zephyr Leadership award shall be given to an individual who embraces the Zephyr mission of advancing rigorous transportation and land use decision-making for the public good by advocating for and supporting improved travel analysis and facilitating its implementation.
Congratuations to the 2022 recipient, Elizabeth Sall
This award shall be given to an individual who in embodying the Zephyr Principles, has selflessly contributed to the good of the industry through the body of their work.
Outstanding Industry Contributor shall be:
Congratuations to the 2022 recipient, Dr. Johanna Zmud