Canada’s most comprehensive review and update on urban transit infrastructure

Urbanization and urban sprawl have put unprecedented pressure on municipalities to provide transit solutions for congested cities. Enabled by record-level government funding, transit proponents across Canada are building, expanding and maintaining systems. The large scale, high costs and multi-stakeholders complexity of these projects create many challenges for public and private sector alike.

At the 5th Annual Urban Transit Infrastructure Forum, you will have the opportunity to compare different approaches to transit system delivery. Through updates from current and imminent projects, you can gain insights into how decisions were made and issues resolved.

Practical information will be shared by a spectrum of transit proponents, including project owners, managers, constructors and consultants involved in procurement, design and construction. Peek into a future that includes Mobility-as-a-Service and autonomous vehicles: Thought leaders will outline the challenges, solutions and innovations facing your transit systems as they sit at the crossroads of technology and tradition.

No matter the role you play in transit project delivery, you cannot afford to miss taking away the first-hand experiences and lessons learned from North America’s diverse transit delivery leadership.

 


Featured speakers include:

 

Marc Fortin
Assistant Deputy Minister – Program Operations Branch
Infrastructure Canada

Brandon Policicchio
Chief Customer and Business Development Officer
Dayton RTA (Ohio)

 

Mark Romoff
President and CEO
The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships

Kris Jacobson
Director, Light Rail Transit Office
City of Hamilton

 

Michael Cheong
Chief Financial Officer
York Region Rapid Transit Corporation

Simon Dupuis
Manager
Procurement and Funding City of Ottawa

 

…and more!


This Year’s Highlights:

  • What the City of Hamilton learned from undergoing the RFP process
  • How Dayton (OH) is implementing a Mobility-as-a-Service Platform by 2020
  • How the King Street pilot project is changing streetcar experiences in Toronto
  • How York Region Rapid Transit Co found alternative ways to funding
  • How the City of Ottawa is moving forward with Stage 2 of the Confederation Line

Testimonials:

“Good information on upcoming projects. Interesting perspectives from different presenters.”

Project Manager, ARUP Canada

“Very comprehensive review and update on urban transit infrastructure.”

Senior Project Engineer, City of Brampton

“All the topics were relevant to my work.”

Project Specialist, Yonge Subway Extension

“The event content and networking aspects were great.”

Business Development Director, Morrison Hershfield Limited

 

Participating organizations include:









Venue

Metro Toronto Convention Centre North Building

255 Front Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 2W6

Accommodations:

Metro Toronto Convention Centre, is a convention complex located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada along Front Street West in the former Railway Lands in Downtown Toronto