Sharing a Voice for Public Transit in Canada

News_Sharing a Voice for Public Transit in Canada

Three of MMM’s transportation experts will be sharing their knowledge at the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) annual conference, June 7 – 11, in Gatineau, Quebec.

Sean Rathwell, Vice President – Integrated Mobility, will be making a presentation to the CUTA Transit Vision 2040 Committee regarding the review of CUTA’s Transit Vision 2040 document, a recently awarded project. Sean will also be moderating the Integrated Mobility session, focusing on new approaches to moving people with transit, as the panel discusses integrated transit, cycling, car-share, and organizational initiatives.

Tom Middlebrook, Vice President – Urban Mobility, will present as part of the Bus Rapid Transit session, discussing MMM’s perspective on designing and delivering complex rapid transit projects. He will also participate in the Light Rail Transit session on the management and delivery of high-profile rail infrastructure projects.

George Hazel, an independent MMM consultant based in Edinburgh, Scotland, will be facilitating a Transit Leaders Seminar, focused on case studies and shared experiences of overcoming challenges and seizing opportunities.

CUTA is a member-based association that links the transit industry from coast-to-coast as the collective voice of public transit in Canada. Members include transit systems, businesses, government agencies and affiliate members who benefit from our training, research, data, advocacy, events, technical services and more.

More information on the CUTA annual conference is available here.