Outstanding Project Award

This award is bestowed on a project that applied innovative techniques to a transportation related issue/problem in a planning, design, or operations effort. This award is not intended for research or construction projects. The project should benefit the profession through greater understanding of a transportation issue and for the betterment of the public through effective and innovative solutions. 

A NCSITE Member or Affiliate should have had a significant role in the project.  Projects are evaluated based on innovation, significance, and transferability.

2016 Award Winner: Charlotte Leading Pedestrian Interval Plus (LPI+)

City of Charlotte Department of Transportation


Congratulations to our finalists in the NCSITE Outstanding Project Award  and our first place winner, Welcome to the New Age LPI+. Charlotte DOT aimed to enhance the comfort and safety of pedestrians using signalized crosswalks at intersections with right turn lanes without significantly affecting the capacity of the intersection.  The solution takes the idea of the leading pedestrian interval and puts it on steroids, or as they call it: “LPI Plus.”

16poy_lpiplusCongratulations to the City of Charlotte for receiving the NCSITE Outstanding Project Award for 2016.


2015 – Six Forks Road Corridor Plan
2014 – No award
2013 – I-485 / I-85 “Turbine” Interchange Project Team (STV/NCDOT)