The first lecture of the Transportation 2014 campaign, entitled Future Challenges in Transportation Roadway Infrastructures, will take place on Wednesday, March 19.
The lecture is being held thanks to the partnership support of LED Roadway Lighting and Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, and is being hosted by Dalhousie University in Halifax.
Speakers will include:
“The Transportation 2014 lecture series provides an opportunity to come hear some of the most knowledgeable transportation leaders discuss interesting and pressing issues confronting this industry,” says Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Dalhousie University, Dr. L. Joshua Leon. “We are honoured to hold the first lecture in the series at Dalhousie University.”
The 90-minute lecture, beginning at 17:00, will take place at Dalhousie University, Goldberg Computer Science Building, 6050 University Avenue, room 127. Admission is free and open to everyone.
The next stop in the cross-country Transportation 2014 lectures tour is Vancouver, British Columbia, on April 23. 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 Halifax lecture.