CONTENT & SPEAKERS
PANEL #1: Collaborating for Success
For the first time, the new leaders of Metrolinx, Infrastructure Ontario and the Canada Infrastructure Bank publicly spoke about collaborating ─ who’s doing what, projects being considered and how businesses can engage these pillar institutions. The future of our region’s mobility is in the hands of these leaders.
PANEL #2: The New Regional Transportation Plan
Moderated by Leslie Woo, Chief Planning Officer at Metrolinx , our expert panel reviewed the draft plan and its potential opportunities, addressing the key question: What does the release of Metrolinx’s regional transportation mean for the region’s commuters, young professionals and businesses?
Chief Planning Officer Planning and Policy, Metrolinx
FIRESIDE CHAT: Lessons from Europe
Two international transportation experts shared global insights on how European cities are creating integrated, resilient and passenger-centric transportation networks.
Commissioner, UK Travel Demand Commission, Former Head of Policy & Strategy, Transport for London
in conversation with
Rail Strategic Advisor, FCP
PANEL #3: The Future of Mobility
Investment in our region’s transportation infrastructure has never been so great. As we execute against major plans, how are we ensuring sustainable and scalable results, right down to the last mile? Our expert panel discussed how our plans should embrace citizen- and data-centric delivery models, resiliently-built infrastructure and relevancy in a rapidly evolving technological environment.
Dr. Josipa Petrunic
Executive Director & CEO, Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium
Global Product Director, Intelligent Mobility, Atkins, SNC-Lavalin
Jan De Silva
President & CEO, Toronto Region Board of Trade
PANEL #4: Moving Towards a Comprehensive Regional Goods Strategy
This year, the Board changed research lanes with the launch of its Movement of Goods series of reports to lay a foundation for a discussion on what a comprehensive, multi-modal strategy for the timely and efficient movement of goods in the region looks like. We heard insights from our expert panel and what actions they believe policymakers must take to realize this strategy.
Global Supply Chain Manager, General Motors – Oshawa