Legacy system upgrade guidelines spotlighted at Railway Age/RT&S LRT Conference

Written by RT&S Staff
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“Converting Legacy Systems to Modern LRT Standards” is among the many technical presentations at the Railway Age/RT&S Light Rail 2022 Conference, Nov. 16-17, Boston, which returns to a live, in-person format since going virtual in 2020.

Anthony Fazio, P.E., Manager, Rail Projects, Jacobs Engineering, and Bill McClellan, Chief Safety and Training Officer, Alternate Concepts, Inc., are the presenters.

Top Reasons to Attend

  • Spend valuable networking time with light rail professionals from around North America.
  • Earn multiple Professional Development Hour credits if you’re a P.E.
  • Share lessons-learned with industry colleagues.
  • Connect with potential new customers.
  • Acquire the knowledge you need about ongoing and planned projects.
  • Discover what regulations are coming and how they could impact your business or operations.
  • Advance your standing as a railway industry professional.

LRT, the fastest-growing passenger rail mode, employs a full range of technologies and operating practices. Light Rail 2022, developed for transportation professionals in planning, operations, civil engineering, signaling and vehicle engineering as well as students at the undergraduate and graduate level, will offer a comprehensive review of the specialized technical and operational issues associated with light and interurban railways. It will also examine the relationship between transportation and economic development in a modern urban environment. The conference concludes with a special tour of the MBTA GLX project.

Register to attend Light Rail 2022.

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