FCP’s CEO Ian Horseman Sewell recently took part in the Smart Mobility Station Hubs and Last Mile Networks panel discussion session for the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) annual conference, held online for the first time.

The session (moderated by Michael Ledgett of Dentons) was focussed on the theme of Commuter rail, LRT and subway stations being more than urban transit depots and how the new era of Smart Mobility — the convergence of technology, infrastructure and vehicles, driven by public sector sponsorship and private sector innovation — is opening new avenues for growth in the sector, meeting the transit needs of today’s passengers and their communities. Ian was joined by Metrolinx vice-president of development of heavy rail Meghan Wong and Rick Meade, LA Metro’s senior executive officer for program management for airport connector and foothill projects.

Daily Commercial News’ report on the session can be found here

Full details of the CCPPP annual conference can be found at CCPPP website, and registered delegates have the opportunity to re-watch sessions for 90 days.

 

 

 

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