On January 24, the Public Works division of the Resource Management Agency received recognition from the Tulare County Asoociation of Governments (TCAG) for three of its public works projects at the annual LocalMotion Awards.
The annual LocalMotion Awards is dedicated to honoring the projects, citizens, public officials and plans that have contributed to transportation planning in Tulare County.
In the Outstanding Road Project category, TCAG recognized the County’s Avenue 280 Widening Project that turned a 2 mile long stretch of existing two lane roadway into a four lane divided roadway from State Route 99 to Road 100 (Akers St.) near the westerly limits of the City of Visalia.
TCAG also awarded the D-39 Bridge Project located at the Old State Highway 99 just a half mile northwest of the town of Traver as an Innovative Sustainable Transportation Project.
Also honored was Tulare County Area Transit (TCaT) and it’s Social Services Transportation Provider for over 1,010,178 miles logged last year.
Congratulations to the Resource Management Agency and all County staff involved in these award winning projects!