May 10, 2014
Will the addition of new transit and roads alone significantly reduce gridlock? How can evidence-based infrastructure choices be consistently made in order to cut congestion at the best price for taxpayers? What communication strategies are needed to gain public and political support for transportation demand management measures?
Get the answers to these and many other questions during the
The list the international and Canadian expert speakers include:
As detailed in the interactive agenda, the Solving Gridlock Forum includes nine cutting edge presentations and panels along with ample time for Q&A and networking. Seating is limited so take advantage of the early bird rates and register today!
The Transport Futures Solving Gridlock Forum is a must-attend event if you work in or have an interest in transportation policy/planning/engineering, transit, cycling/walking, energy, climate change, infrastructure, asset management, agriculture, tourism, engineering, law, health, social justice, taxation, business/trade, finance/economics, education, social marketing, politics and/or sustainability.
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