Join Railway Age and RT&S at a premier event—Light Rail 2018, our third annual conference on light rail transit. LRT, the fastest-growing passenger rail mode, employs a full range of technologies and operating practices. Light Rail 2018, developed for transportation professionals in planning, operations, civil engineering, signaling and vehicle engineering—as well as students at the undergraduate and graduate level—will offer a comprehensive review of the specialized technical and operational issues associated with light and interurban railways. It will also examine the relationship between transportation and economic development in a modern urban environment. Professional Development Hours will be offered for Professional Engineers.
KEVIN B. QUINN JR.
Administrator, Maryland DOT MTASystem Safety
Manager of Training, Hudson-Bergen Light RailChange and Growth in Toronto
Chairman, Toronto Transit CommissionBuilding Baltimore’s Purple Line LRT
CHARLES E. LATTUCA
Executive Dir. - Transit Development & Delivery, Maryland Transit AdministrationInnovative LRT Delivery Methods in Canada
Attorney at Law, Nossaman LLPState of Good Repair and Transit Asset Management
ANTHONY FAZIO, P.E.
Dir., Track Engineering and Design, SEPTA
Conference Topics Include
- North American New-Builds and Expansion Programs
- Service Design
- Expedited Service: History and Present-Day Developments
- Vehicle Technologies: Electric, Diesel, Hybrid
- Signaling and Train Control Technologies
- Engineering Requirements and Technologies
- Shared-Use Operations with Freight Rail
- Safety and Security Issues
- Operating Personnel Education and Training
- Public and Private Funding Strategies
- Carbuilder Roundtable
Hotel Block | Venue
Light Rail attendees can book a room at the Batimore Marriott Waterfront for $209.00 a night. Our room block ends April 4. To book, call 877-212-5752 and mention Railway Age Light Rail, or make your reservations online at:
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