CONFERENCE FORMAT CHANGE
We’re Going Virtual!
Due to social distancing and large group gathering restrictions, Urban Transit Infrastructure National Symposium has changed format from a live, in-person event to an interactive, virtual conference.
The conference will follow a similar schedule and agenda as originally planned.
Stay on track with the latest transit ideas and initiatives shaping Canadian cities.
Even when the road is uncertain, stay on track with the latest transit initiatives shaping Canadian cities. Putting safety, customer usage and investments at the forefront, the virtual 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.
Amid the unforeseen COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, hear how industry leaders have pivoted to ensure customer and employee safety. Learn how government investments have reevaluated Is the focus still is on building, expanding and maintaining these systems to meet the growing demand for service?
Connect virtually 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.
Senior Vice President, Commercial Resolutions
Minister, Ministry of Transportation
Government of Alberta
Director Commercial Transactions, Business Strategy & Land Development
Project Manager – Electric Bus and Coach Bus
Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC)
Assistant Director of Community Planning, Long-Range and Strategic Planning Division
City of Vancouver
This Year’s Highlights
New Sessions Designed to Meet Everyday Challenges Relevant to Transit Providers:
- DISCOVER the Ontario Ministry of Infrastructure’s priorities and how funding will be allocated in the coming years
- GAIN Insight on from the Alberta Ministry of Transportation’s vision
- DISCUSS Contract challenges during a Crisis and policy changes worth keeping following the COVID-19 pandemic
- HEAR How the City of Mississauga Hopes to Break the Mold in BRT
- IMPLEMENT Safety-First Strategies When Expanding Transit Systems
Interview with Andrew Macklin, Conference Co-Chair
Keeping Lines of Communication Open during a State of Emergency
Join our excellent speaking faculty as they discuss some of the best practices for clear and effective communication during a crisis.
BY THE NUMBERS
Project Updates Delivered
Government Representatives Present
Organizations in Attendance
“A very good conference, very informative, good opportunities to network.”
“This conference exceeded my expectations to the 110% level.”