SmartTransit is the only dedicated strategic technology conference for North American bus, rail, and metro transit agencies of all sizes. Focusing on how technology is integral to delivering a safe, reliable, cost-effective, and sustainable public transportation network for the benefit of communities SmartTransit brings together more senior level attendees than any other show of this type.
Year on year SmartTransit brings together a fantastic group of sponsors, innovative speakers and attendees. Attendees in 2016 included representatives from...
The key speakers, case studies, technical seminars, panels and exhibitors were very informative! I was able to bring back information to assist with our response to submittals.
Dana Owens, IT Project Manager, NJ Transit
Excellent event! Very valuable to meet so many people in the Industry in such a short time frame. I’m looking forward to the next edition already.
Tom Ceunen, Sales Director, OTN Systems
→ We couldn't do what we do without you! As a dedicated industry event encouraging best practice sharing and the development of the industry.
→ 250+ transit agency delegates that is more agency attendees than any other event! We bring together North America's leading industry players all in one place.
→ Position yourself as a leader in the transit industry. Share a stage with our leading innovative speakers ensuring you communicate your ideas to a senior-level audience.
→ Strategic congress, exclusive expo, 10+ hours of dedicated networking. SmartTransit has something for everyone giving you time to develop relationships old and new.
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The Channel Tunnel is the UK's first high-speed railway which connects Southern England with the North of France. The idea was put in motion over 200 years ago, but tunneling did not begin until 1998, and eventually opened for passengers in 1984. It still stands as the longest undersea portion of...Read more
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