TORONTO, Ont. — The Strategy Institute will be focusing on solutions for relieving traffic congestion at the 5th Annual GTA Transportation Summit at the Holiday Inn on King in Toronto March 7-8.
Other discussion topics will include: -The gridlock behind funding -Establishing a governance structure that makes sense -Long term visioning for the GTA -Creating congestion relieving strategies -Addressing sustainable infrastructure and land intensification issues
Guest speakers at the event will include Donna Cansfield, Ontarios Minister of Transportation; Rob MacIsaac, chair of the Greater Toronto Transportation Authority; Gary Welsh, general manager of transportation services for Toronto; Kim Gyeng Chul, senior research fellow, Seoul Development Institute, South Korea; Peter Vine, head of the technical and commercial team, Congestion Charging TFL, London, UK; Hazel McCallion, mayor of Mississauga; Robert Olivier, vice-president, planning and innovations, agence metroplitaine de transport, Quebec; Gary McNeil, managing director, GO Transit; and Dr. Michael Roschlau, president and CEO, Canadian Urban Transportation Association.
For more information contact the Strategy Institute at 416-944-9200 x 245 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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