RANDOLPH, NJ – TAPinto was named TransOptions’ 2019 Media Champion at the organization's annual Recognition Breakfast on Thursday at The Meadow Wood in Randolph.
TransOptions President Dan Callas said TAPinto’s commitment to covering local school and government’s drive for pedestrian and driver safety was the impetus for recognizing TAPinto.
Other honorees included at the Recognition Breakfast included Sussex County’s Division of Community and Youth Services leader Christine Florio, Morristown police sergeant Brian LaBarre and Morristown Medical Center.
Many local schools and governments were also honored for their work to keep local residents safe on the roads. Local honorees included schools in New Providence and Chatham.