From leading world case studies, source fresh ideas and new solutions to boost the movement of people and goods.
This high-level interactive forum will be an important catalyst in shaping the future of transportation in Canada. Hear from the world's most active and sustainable cities.
Are you looking to secure funding sources, increase transit use, and lead the future of transportation choices in Canada?
Your first step: This conference!
Benefit from these ten NATIONAL + INTERNATIONAL leaders:
Emulate their successes and learn from their challenges.
Establish your city as the next leader in urban transportation!
This conference only comes around once a year.
Register now, as this event is sure to sell out!
Take away these 10 practical strategies from GLOBAL visionaries:
- Build regional partnerships for sustainable funding
- Plan and design for seamless inter-modal transportation
- Alleviate traffic congestion and improve road safety
- Facilitate integrated goods movement to bolster economic viability
- Maximize ridership revenue through improved transit reliability
- Market public transport through active customer engagement
- Further active transportation through strategic infrastructure planning
- Eliminate gridlock through effective travel demand management
- Capitalize on the economic benefits from High Speed Rail
- Benchmark transportation planning practices internationally
Take away these five additional benefits:
- TWO exclusive INTERNATIONAL case studies
- Dedicated Q & A time after every session
- FOUR extended networking breaks
- Interactive Peer-to-Peer forum
- Complete binder of conference materials
Take this opportunity to see how your international colleagues are doing; share your experiences and exchange ideas and strategies! If you want to meet with your peers in the field and form valuable alliances, this is your best opportunity this year.
Senate Department for Urban Development, Principle Affairs of Transport Policy, Commercial Transport
City of Berlin, Germany
(Former) Head of Transportation Planning
City of Zürich, Switzerland
Emmanuel Le Colletter
PE, Direction of Transportation
City of Montreal
Assistant Deputy Minister,
Director of Planning & Policy
TriMet (Portland, Oregon)