HAMILTON, Ont. — The Canadian Transportation Research Forum will hold its 40th annual conference May 8 to 11, 2005.
The conference theme will be Old Foundations, Modern Challenges. Prospective authors and presenters are invited to consider the theme and the implications for research on any mode of transport, any segment of society and any relevant study discipline.
Ideas to consider may be security, trade, border crossings, infrastructure, safety, operations research, supply chain, technology, policy research, environment, urban transportation, system performance, multimodal, competitiveness.
Abstracts are now being accepted and authors will be notified within one month of the abstract receipt. A full paper can be submitted any time after acceptance and the latest submission date is Dec. 13, 2004. All abstracts must be 150 to 200 words in length and must be submitted in an electronic format.
Please mail submissions to Bill Raney, manager freight policy office, Ontario, Ministry of Transportation, 3rd floor Building B, 1201 Wilson Ave., Toronto, Ontario M3M 1J8. Mr. Raney can be contacted at 416-235-3636 for more details.
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