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APTA Photography Contest

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The invitational seeks photos that depict public transportation’s significance, value and benefits of opportunity, access, freedom, and mobility, which enable everyone in the community to accomplish what is important to them, all the while making communities stronger and more vibrant.


Whether it is creating more livable communities, providing access to seniors and the disabled, or one of the many other benefits public transportation provides to America, such as energy independence, economic vitality or environmental benefits, we have a great story to tell – and we need your help to tell it.


Winning entries will be featured in the 2012 APTA Calendar.


Winning photos show the benefits of public transportation, whether it is people getting to work, appointments, school, events or countless other destinations; or communities rallying around transit at events; or the economic benefits with new construction and transit related jobs.


The best photos depict public transportation vehicles in action with the community and transit employees and are in a variety of natural working conditions for public transportation that depicts seasonal activities, promotions, special events, and diverse weather conditions.


Finally, photos should capture human emotion and make the connection of how people or communities benefit from public transportation.

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