At this year’s General Assembly, Christine Lotz, from BASt (the German Federal Highway Research Institute), and member of the Steering Board as representative of the Public Authorities, received the TISA Award for her exceptional work in promoting and supporting TISA activities. Ms Lotz is the person behind the TISA position paper titled “The provision of a free minimum universal traffic Information service” and her involvement in the ITS Directive on behalf of TISA has been greatly appreciated by the membership.

This award is to recognise her dedication to TISA and the association activities. “Christine Lotz put an enormous effort to include the skills of the TISA Membership in this issue” TISA President Thomas Kusche said. “She provided major inputs to enrich the Commission’s work”.

“Receiving this award gives me a great deal of satisfaction” Christine Lotz said, accepting the award, “I thank the TISA Community for this is special recognition that I share with all those colleagues who worked and keep working hard with me to make TISA role more central and recognised within the ITS community”.