“For 66 years, the annual Neal Awards place a spotlight on the best of the best in B2B journalism. The Neals recognize the editors, journalists, technologists, executives and creatives along with the cutting-edge technical platforms and services that make this sector so important, effective and innovative,” said Jeff Joseph, SIIA president.
“The quality and range of this year’s field of competitors was inspiring,” said David Longobardi, chair of the Neal Awards and chief content officer of CyberRisk Alliance. “We saw truly high-impact work from many brands, unlocking new information and insights, and telling new stories, with far-reaching implications. And we saw several relatively new contenders earn their way to the front of pack.”
Mass Transit is one of the new contenders and the magazine’s feature, “A New Standard Shapes Commuter Rail in Boston,” will compete for honors in the Best Profile category. The article ran in our July/August 2019 issue and details the evolution of the Boston area’s commuter rail service since Keolis Commuter Services assumed responsibility of operations and maintenance in 2014.
While the profile highlighted the efforts to improve service through collaboration and integration of advanced technology, it also aimed to capture the collective vision toward continuous improvement adopted by every Keolis representative interviewed and one that is woven into the company’s motto: Think Like a Passenger.
The entries for the Jesse H. Neal Awards are evaluated by fellow B2B professionals and winners will be announced on March 27. To see Mass Transit’s entry, as well as our competition, visit the awards website.