INSIGHT AND WORKING STRATEGIES FOR TRANSIT PROJECT DELIVERY

High quality and fully connected rapid transit remains a critical goal for major municipalities, and governments are pouring historic levels of funding into transit infrastructure. In addition to billions of dollars of investment, these large-scale, long-term projects face complex issues and involve multiple layers of public and private parties.

Many questions remain over how to deliver these ambitious projects, and how to create efficiencies for continued growth.

The Canadian Institute’s 4th Annual Urban Transit Infrastructure conference will put you in the same room with transit industry’s leading project proponents. Gain insight from project owners, managers, constructors and consultants who are involved in the procurement, design and construction of transit systems across Canada. Learn what is driving the market, the challenges, and what is next for this rapidly expanding industry.

Whether you are from the public or private sector, you will benefit from the first-hand experiences and lessons learned from projects in the planning phase or underway.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of this important discussion!


WHO YOU WILL MEET

Bringing together public and private sectors to discuss critical issues, network and share expertise

WITH

  • CEO’s
  • Presidents
  • Senior Vice Presidents and Vice Presidents
  • Managing Directors
  • Directors
  • Project Managers

FROM

  • Government Agencies
  • Transit Authorities
  • Municipalities
  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Architecture and Design Firms
  • Developers
  • Solution Experts
  • Insurance Providers
  • Lenders

As well as Partners, Regional and National Leaders from Law Firms and Consulting Firms


TOP REASONS TO ATTEND

1

Hear directly from the public and private project proponents shaping transit infrastructure across Canada

 

2

Learn about plans for LRT and BRT expansions from Ottawa, Surrey, Vancouver, York Region and Mississauga

 

3

Get best practices for public engagement and community outreach to gain support for transit projects

 

4

Gain new perspectives from transit experts at the LA Metro and Twin Cities of Minneapolis-Saint Paul

 

5

Explore the transit challenges and visions from major municipalities including the City of Toronto, Mississauga and Hamilton


Event Contacts

For sponsorship opportunities please contact:
Daniel Gellman
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7389 
[email protected]

For media partnership opportunities please contact:
Amy Au
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7288
[email protected]

For questions about this year’s program/content, or information on how you can speak next year please contact:
Denise Korol
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7337
[email protected]

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Venue at a Glance

Hyatt Regency

370 King Street West Toronto, ON M5V 1J9
416-595-1234