Welcome to the 2nd Annual Mobi Awards!
2nd Annual NCDOT Mobi Awards Rescheduled to Aug. 5
We have decided to reschedule the 2nd annual NCDOT Mobi Awards from April 1 to Aug. 5.
We made this decision after careful consideration of the situation surrounding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and all the precautionary measures recommended by the
Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, and the state of North Carolina.
Information for attendees:
- Current registrations will be honored on the new date.
- Your registration is transferrable. Let us know who will be coming in your place by emailing
- Registration will remain open until July 24.
Information for sponsors
- Sponsorships will be honored on the new date. You don't need to do anything.
As we continue to make preparations for the event, we assure you that your health and safety are our highest priority. Please visit this website for future updates.
The NCDOT Mobi Awards recognizes projects that showcase the important and transformational role that investments in multimodal transportation – such as bicycle, pedestrian, rail, transit, ferry and aviation projects - play in creating vibrant communities in all parts of North Carolina.
We look forward to seeing you all at the Mobi Awards in August.
Congratulations to those communities who won a Mobi Award last year! NCDOT is happy to announce the 2nd annual competition and wish each community the best of luck in competing for a Mobi Awards crystal and recognition at the awards luncheon.
Multimodal projects are an important piece of North Carolina’s future. They connect people to places, provide alternative modes of travel and make the state more accessible, attractive and competitive. The NCDOT Mobi Awards represent a multimodal focus that is at the heart of the N.C. Department of Transportation's mission to leverage all of the state's transportation infrastructure to ensure a strong economy for future generations.
Top multimodal projects will be selected in six categories –
Urban, Suburban, Rural, Tourism, Innovation and MVP (Most Voted Project) – and honored at an awards luncheon hosted by NCDOT and co-hosted by
the North Carolina Triangle Chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar and the
N.C. State University Institute for Transportation Research and Education.
The NCDOT Mobi Awards luncheon will be held on
Aug. 5, 2020, at the Marriott City Center, 500 Fayetteville St., Raleigh. Winners will be featured on NCDOT's website and in various other publications.
Registration for the luncheon is now open until July 24.
Nominations may be made by any North Carolina town, city, county, university/college, metropolitan planning organization (MPO), rural planning organization (RPO), public transportation system/authority, airport authority or council of government.
Project must have been constructed and put into operation (or service must have started) within the past five years (prior to the application deadline of Dec. 16, 2019).
Project must combine two or more of the following modes of transportation:
Those projects that did not take home top prizes last year are encouraged to re-apply.
A winner plus honorable mentions will be awarded in each of these six categories:
Most Voted Project (MVP)
*The county in which the project is located determines which of these four categories the project may compete in (this excludes innovation and most voted project categories, which are categories open to all projects). Your project will automatically be assigned to one of the first four categories according to the information at
In addition to the first four categories, every project will be evaluated for inclusion and consideration in the innovation category. Every project will also have an opportunity to compete in the Most Voted Project (MVP). After nominations close, a voting link will be sent to every applicant for publicizing the MVP locally.
A panel of experts from across North Carolina will evaluate and select winning projects from the first five categories (Rural, Urban, Suburban, Tourism and Innovation) based on how well the multimodal project: :
Leverages or spurs other public and private investment beyond the NCDOT investment
Boosts economic growth (business, tourism, etc.)
Creates long-term jobs
Improves public health
Enhances the community quality of life
Contributes to the community or state in other significant ways