More than 75 preconference seminars, concurrent sessions, and discussion groups
Unparalleled opportunities to earn continuing professional education (CPE) credit
General sessions featuring nationally recognized speakers
Ben Stein to deliver Monday keynote address.
Evening social events to facilitate networking with colleagues
A robust exhibit hall with hands-on demonstrations of the latest products and services
Workshops and technical sessions cover timely issues of widespread interest in operations, technology, safety, security, planning, finance, capital projects, and the technical aspects of providing all modes of rail service: urban, commuter, high-speed, and intercity.
This conference features the industry’s premier product and services showcase to learn more about advances in railroad and rail transit markets.
Who should attend: rail agency mid-level and top management, board members and policymakers, government agency staff, suppliers, consultants, and contractors.
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