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Accelerate the adoption of your proven innovation nationwide with the assistance of AASHTO’s Innovation Initiative (AII) program. AII awards national recognition and the resources to lead other agencies in adopting your proven innovation. Let your success help peers in other states skip red tape that can bog fresh ideas down. Lead your colleagues in delivering the advantages of your cutting edge work to their customers.
The Initiative is a peer-to-peer innovation advancement program. Innovators get the AASHTO "seal of approval" and resources to advance proven, leading edge practices into common use among transportation agencies. AII innovations work because they were developed, tested and successfully adopted by your peers. AASHTO organizes these innovators on teams and surrounds them with resources to help them help you deliver those innovations to your customers.
The deadline for 2020 nominations is September 11, 2020.
Note: Applications may be developed by
DOT partners (academia, industry, other associations, etc.); however, actual submissions must be proposed by one of the agencies listed above.
HOW: All nominations must be submitted electronically. If you have any difficulty with your submission, please contact
email@example.com or (202) 624-5265
For a nomination to even be considered by the Executive Committee, the technology must meet the following criteria:
Technology nominations can only come from AASHTO members (that includes all State and local DOT's, and FHWA). Nominations will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
All nominations must be submitted electronically. If you have any difficulty with your submission, please contact Glenn Page, firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 624-5265.
Please submit your
completed form by September 11, 2020. All qualifying nominations will be reviewed and rated by the AII Executive Committee. Results will be announced after the AASHTO Fall meeting.