A panel of industry experts will discuss the Alberta Ministry of Transportation’s long-term strategy for roadway infrastructures and urban transportation at the May 21 Transportation 2014 Calgary lecture entitled, Alberta’s Long Term Transportation Strategy: Challenges and Opportunities.
This will be the third in a cross-country lecture series that is part of the Transportation 2014 campaign coordinated by the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC).
“Our panel will weigh in on challenges and opportunities encompassing Alberta’s transportation strategy,” says panel moderator Peter C. Wallis, President and Chief Executive Officer, Van Horne Institute, University of Calgary. “The strategy, which will cover all forms of transportation, will provide the framework for Alberta's transportation systems for the next 50 years.”
Panelists will include:
The 90-minute panel discussion, beginning at 9:30, will take place at the University of Calgary, Husky Oil Great Hall, Rozsa Centre, 2500 University Drive North West. Admission is free and open to everyone upon registering online. Networking will begin at 9:00.
The next stop in the cross-country Transportation 2014 lectures tour is Toronto, Ontario on June 18. For other dates and locations, as well as special activities and events, visit the Transportation 2014 website.
Thanks to the following organizations for their partnership support of Transportation 2014’s Calgary lecture.