After careful consideration, we have decided to postpone Urban Transit Infrastructure East in order to do our part to ensure the safety of our attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and staff.
Originally scheduled for April 28–29, 2020, Urban Transit Infrastructure East will now take place on July 21–22, 2020 in Toronto.
We apologize for the inconvenience and will update this page very soon. Please check back shortly. We look forward to seeing you in July.
Stay on track with the latest transit ideas and initiatives shaping Canadian cities.
The 6th Annual Urban Transit Infrastructure Forum unites transit leaders from across the country and beyond to discuss hot-button issues and trends that are supporting and disrupting the industry.
As Canada’s population continues to climb at a steady pace, transit networks in urban areas are struggling to keep up. Fueled by a surge of government investments in recent years, the focus is on building, expanding and maintaining these systems to meet the growing demand for service.
Get direct access to key market players involved in the procurement, design, construction and operation of major transit projects and empower yourself through a wealth of knowledge straight from the experts. Don’t miss this opportunity to join the conversation to ensure you’re planning and building for a future that’s fast approaching.
This Year’s Highlights
New Sessions Designed to Meet Everyday Challenges Relevant to Transit Providers:
- NEW! Add the Executive Roundtable – Sector Challenges and Solutions and get a deep dive into key challenges currently facing urban transit and other public infrastructure projects in Canada.
- Discover the Ministry of Infrastructure’s priorities and how funding will be allocated in the coming years
- Hear Metrolinx’s long-term vision for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area and updates on projects everyone is talking about
- Tap into how the City of Belleville and Niagara Region are leveraging technology to improve services and boost ridership
- Glean wisdom from lessons learned on major transit projects, including the REM in Montreal, ION in Waterloo, Valley Line West in Edmonton, Green Line in Calgary and Ottawa’s Confederation Line
- Learn firsthand about the challenges and opportunities in transit-oriented development from municipalities who’ve been there, including Toronto, Vancouver and York Region
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Project Updates Delivered
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“A very good conference, very informative, good opportunities to network.”
“This conference exceeded my expectations to the 110% level.”