Kentucky Transportation Hall of Fame
Kentucky Transportation Hall of Fame Nomination Criteria
Kentucky Transportation Hall of Fame inductees shall be persons who by their foresight, dedication, leadership, perseverance, and integrity have significantly enhanced transportation systems in the Commonwealth. They shall be or shall have been residents of the Commonwealth.
The Kentucky Transportation Center (KTC) established the Kentucky Transportation Hall of Fame in 1990 to formally recognize those people whose professional contributions have significantly improved the safety, quality, and efficiency of the Commonwealth’s transportation systems. Both public and private sector practitioners are well represented in the Hall of Fame.
Each year a Selection Committee requests nominations from across the state and chooses one or more recipients from those nominations. The Hall of Fame inducted its first recipient, Henry T. Ward, at the 27th Annual Kentucky Transportation Forum held on November 1-2, 1990, at the University of Kentucky.
Solicitation for 2022 Hall of Fame Nominations
We are now inviting nominations for the next class of Hall of Fame inductees. If you would like to nominate someone whose dedication, leadership, and ingenuity have left an indelible mark on Kentucky’s transportation industry, please download and fill out the nomination form here. The deadline for receiving nominations is November 30, 2021.
Hall of Fame Selection Committee
• John Carr • Doug Kreis • Henry Hinkle
• Marcie Mathews • Richard Sutherland