Sixth Conference on "Transit State of Good Repair"

Participating organizations

Key participating organisations at our previous SGR conferences include: ABB, AC Transit, ACI, AECOM, Alaska Railroad Corporation, ALSTOM Transport, Amey Consulting USA, Apollo Video Technology, ARINC, Arlington County (Virginia), Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Bentley Systems, Bi-State Development/ Metro Transit, Boothe Transit Consulting, Cambridge Systematics, Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, CH2MHill, Chatham Area Transit Authority, Chicago Transit Authority, Clever Devices, Cubic Transportation, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, David Evans and Associates, Department of Transportation/Fresno Area Express (FAX), ERICO International, Faiveley Transport North America, Federal Transit Administration (FTA), First Data Government Solutions, First Transit, GE Transportation, Go Systems and Solutions, Hampton Roads Transit, Hatch Mott MacDonald, HDR, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure, Hill International, HNTB Corporation, IBI Group, Infor, Jacksonville Transportation Authority, JENSEN HUGHES, Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, Keolis Commuter Services, King County Metro, KingCounty Power & Facilities, KLD Labs, LA Metro, LIRR, Loudoun County DTCI, Maintenance Design Group, Marine Tiger Technologies Corporation, MARTA, Maryland Department of Transportation, Mass Electric, MBTA, Metro Transit, Metro Transit- Hiawatha Light Rail, Metropolitan Council, Miami Dade Transit, Minnesota Valley Transit Authority (MVTA), Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT), National Rural Transit Assistance Program, NFTA, North County Transit District, Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA (PCAC), Perpetuum, Powell Electrical Systems, PSI Repair Services, RailPros, Regional Transit Authority, Regional Transportation Commission, RideScout, RK&K, Rockwell Collins/ARINC, Rohadfox Construction Control Services Corporation, Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District, Seattle Department of Transportation, SEPTA, Sharp & Company, Siemens, Sound Transit, Southern California Regional Rail Authority, SouthWest Transit, Spypond, St. Louis Bi-State Development Agency, Stantec, STI-CO Industries, Strukton Rail, Thingtech, Transdev, Trapeze Group, TRB, Urban Engineers, Urban Insights, URETEK USA, UTA, Veolia Transportation Maintenance & Infrastructure, Victor Valley Transit Authority, Wabtec Corporation, Wendel, Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission, WMATA, Xerox, etc.


Who should attend

The event is expected to draw participation from executives, managers and decision-makers from:
 

  • Public transport authorities and operating companies
  • Policymaking and regulatory organizations
  • Technology and service provider firms
  • Equipment manufacturing companies
  • Financiers
  • Industry consultants
  • Research and development organizations
  • Technical institutes

Among the public transport authorities and operating companies, the target audience includes:
 

  • Senior engineers
  • Maintenance professionals
  • IT managers
  • Finance executives
  • Operations control center managers
  • Supply chain managers
  • Capital planning and programming managers
  • Performance management professionals

 

Key benefits to participants

  • Learn about the perspective of diverse stakeholders including the federal government, transit agencies (small, medium and large), SDOs, passengers and private vendors.

  • Share experiences in developing and implementing TAM plans.

  • Learn about the strategies and tools for TAM planning and systems engineering.

     

  • Understand the new reporting requirements of the FTA National Transit Database on asset classes, condition and SGR performance targets.
  • Explore the nexus of safety and SGR for improving customer effectiveness and operational efficiency

  • Network with transit agency managers, academicians, non-profit professionals, as well as representatives of private firms providing goods and services

  • Gain valuable experience participating  in interactive discussions.

  • Schedule one-to-one meetings with other conference participants.

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