Join us for 3 successive half-days on April 28th, 29th and 30th for an in-depth discussion on Canada’s ever-evolving urban transit infrastructure landscape.

DAY ONE

How to Pivot Services in a Global Pandemic & Finding Efficiencies for Better Transit Operations

DAY TWO

Key Solutions for Effective Project Planning & Updates on Major Projects from East to West

DAY THREE

Deep Dive into the Technology of Transit Planning & Outside-the-Box Thinking to Drive Innovation

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Speaker Name

Catherine McKenna

Minister of Infrastructure and Communities
Government of Canada

Speaker Name

Ric McIver

Minister of Transportation
Alberta Ministry of Transportation

Speaker Name

Caroline Mulroney

Minister of Transportation
Ontario Ministry of Transportation

Speaker Name

Kinga Surma

Associate Minister of Transportation
Ontario Ministry of Transportation

FEATURED SPEAKERS
Speaker Name

Daniel Freeman

Senior Manager, Bus Priority Programs
TransLink

Speaker Name

Doug McCallum

Mayor
City of Surrey

Speaker Name

Rani Narula-Woods

Senior Director, Special Projects
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Speaker Name

Josipa Petrunić

CEO and Executive Director
Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC)

Speaker Name

Meghan Wong

Vice President, TOC
Metrolinx

FEATURED COMPANIES
THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS

This year’s agenda is designed around three core themes to meet the varied and complex needs of senior transit leaders. Learn how transit agencies are pivoting services in response to COVID-19 and how they are finding efficiencies for better operations. Gain practical tools for strategic planning and system delivery through case studies and lessons learned from current projects. Stay ahead of the curve by discovering the latest technology and innovative approaches paving the way forward.

  • Identifying Creative Solutions for Rising out of COVID and Transitioning to a New Era of Transit
  • Calculating the Escalating Costs of Building Transit Infrastructure in Canada to Pave a Better Way Forward
  • Unlocking Public and Private Sector Funding for Infrastructure Transit Projects How to Effectively Manage and Prevent the Top Risks in Transit Projects: Revisiting the Risk Allocation Model
  • Maximizing Mobility Options for the Next Generation of Transit Users: A Look at Los Angeles’ Micro-Transit Approach
  • Delivering Cross-Country Updates on major transit projects including the Ontario Line, Eglinton Crosstown LRT, Broadway Millennium Line in B.C., Edmonton Valley Line LRT and Calgary Green Line LRT
Interactive Virtual Conference Features

1:1 NETWORKING

Make new connections, face-to-face.

LIVE POLLING

Weigh in on Revisiting the Risk Allocation Model.

MEET & GREET

A unique, pre-conference face-to-face interaction with faculty experts.

FOCUS GROUP ROUNDTABLE

Discuss Creative Solutions for Rising out of COVID and Transitioning to a New Era of Transit.

ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE

Stay on track with the latest transit ideas and initiatives shaping Canadian cities.

Putting safety, customer usage and investments at the forefront, the virtual 7th Annual Urban Transit Infrastructure National Symposium unites transit leaders from across the country and beyond to discuss hot-button issues and trends that are supporting and disrupting the industry.

Hear from 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. Listen to the conversation to ensure you are planning and building for a future that is fast approaching.

RECORDED EVENTS

2020 Conference Recording

Missed last year’s conference? Watch a recording of the 6th annual event.

PURCHASE RECORDING

Complimentary Webinar

Keeping Lines of Communication Open during a State of Emergency

FREE DOWNLOAD
Testimonials

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A very good conference, very informative, good opportunities to network.

Senior Project Engineer
City of Brampton

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This conference exceeded my expectations to the 110% level.

Light Rail Program Director
Transdev Canada
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