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Winners of the ITS (UK) Apprentice Essay have collected their awards from the Society’s president Steven Norris, at a ceremony in London. The competition set out to encourage and recognise talent in the next generation of transport professionals.
Dan Johnson, apprentice transport planning technician at the Suffolk County Council and Leeds College of Building, won the award with his driverless vehicle essay Chummy Saves Christmas, based on the children’s TV show Brum.
Joel Shevlin, apprentice transport planner at Atkins in Manchester was the runner up for his essay on tidal flow.
The award was judged by ITS (UK) secretary general Jennie Martin, Young Professionals’ director Ian Faddy-Widmann of Amey and Smart Highways magazine editor Paul Hutton.