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Got some great innovative ideas? 2nd Annual Outside-the-Box Transportation Innovations Competition w/ $17.5k Prize Purse Now Open!

Calling all young professionals and students!

George Mason University’s School of Public Policy is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Cameron Rian Hays Competition for Outside-the-Box Transportation Business and Policy Innovations!

If you are 35 or under, submit a proposal outlining your creative way to address a significant transportation challenge and you could win $10,000! Get your idea to the decision makers who can help you make it happen; visit our website for submission guidelines and procedures:

http://outsidethebox.gmu.edu/

Collaborate with your peers! Team submissions are accepted!

Transportation faces many challenges:

  • financing
  • fostering public/private sector collaboration
  • developing creative new modalities
  • encouraging multimodal solutions
  • reducing environmental and community impacts
  • enhancing quality of life
  • expanding opportunities for disadvantaged populations
  • tackling challenges arising from demographic shifts
  • data collection and management

How can you affect change?

Entries are due February 14, 2014

First Prize: $10,000
Second Prize: $5,000
Third Prize: $2,500

The award will be announced in the Spring of 2014. Please visit the competition website for details on submission requirements and procedures.

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