High Speed Rail Canada: Toronto High Speed Rail Public Symposium Announced
TORONTO, ONTARIO-- High Speed Rail Canada is putting on a high speed rail symposium for the public in Toronto on Saturday April 25th 2009 from 12:00pm to 4:30pm at the University of Toronto, Bahen Centre for Information Technology, 40 St. George Street, Room 1130.
High Speed Rail Canada, a citizen's national advocacy group dedicated to the education on, and the implementation of, high speed trains in Canada, has announced the line-up of guest speakers for their 2nd in a series of Canada wide public symposiums on high speed rail.
The key note speaker is Greg Gormick, Railway Age Contributing Editor as well as speakers from some of the biggest high speed train manufacturers in the world such as Alstom Transportation and Siemens Canada.
Paul Langan, Founder of High Speed Rail Canada states, "Greg Gormick is probably the most knowledgeable person on passenger rail in Canada. Along with Ashley Langford from Alstom Transportation, Mario Peloquin from Siemens Canada and the other guest speakers, participants will have access to a wealth of information on high speed rail."
Preregistration is mandatory to attend the April 25th Toronto symposium. The cost to attend is only $10.00. Seating is limited to 160 in the auditorium. To view the list of guest speakers and to register for the symposium go to the High Speed Rail Canada website at http://highspeedrail.ca.