Second place went to four-year-old Hattie from Hurst Green, Kent, while ten-year-old Maddison from Swindon won third place.
The entries can be viewed in an e-book available at the Transport Planning Society’s website: tps.org.uk/poster-competition
Jo Ward, Chair of the Judging Panel and TPS Board Member, said:
“In the midst of such challenging times, it was wonderful to receive so many positive images from children across the UK and Ireland.
“We were really impressed with the standard of the entries across all ages – from those aged four right up to the 11-year-olds.
“They clearly know about the issues and solutions for greener, healthier, more sustainable travel, not just to school. They even impressed us with some new ideas – from riding a variety of animals, to driving tanks, though that one was hopefully electric. This made picking a winner hard, but we are delighted to be able to reward the winners with a small prize, thanks to our sponsors.
“On behalf of my fellow judges I can’t thank those who entered enough for sharing their creativity. Transport Planning has a positive future.”