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INTERNATIONAL RAIL FORUM FOR NORTH AMERICA MEETING 2017

 

The International Rail Forum for North America is a center for discussion amongst public transit agencies in North America that operate rail systems, and an opportunity to bring the region into a global discourse about best practices in the industry.

The primary objective of the Forum is to connect North America’s rail transit agencies to the broader international community that is rich with perspectives and experience, and to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and best practices.

First UITP International Rail Forum for North America

This last December, our North America Region had a very successful International Rail Forum in New York, graciously hosted and well organized by our member, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

The specific aim of the Forum was to enrich the program with topics that are relevant to you in this large, multifaceted, complicated and dynamic Region. Of the 150 invitations sent we had an above expected attendance of 80 professionals, with a wide range of expertise and the great participation by our Canadian colleagues. Judging from the comments received it was a great success!

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International Rail Forum for North America Meeting

The International Rail Forum for North America is a center for discussion amongst public transit agencies in North America that operate rail systems and an opportunity to bring the region into a global discourse about best practices in the industry.

The primary objective of the Forum is to connect North America’s rail transit agencies to the broader international community that is rich with perspectives and a experience to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and best practices.

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