Alexandre Nolet, Senior Associate at -30- Forensic Engineering Road Safety Group, is scheduled to present at the ‘Rail-Sector Issues & Challenges‘ symposium organized by the Association Quebecoise des Transports (AQTR) in Montreal, QC on November 17th.
Alex will be presenting on safety at railway crossings. The symposium, which will be conducted in French, will bring together some of the industry’s top rail professionals. Alex will be joined by:
Mr. Guillaume Foeillet, International Business Manager of SNCF (France)
Mrs. Cynthia Lulham, Director, Initiative FCM FCAC on Neighbourhood Issues
Mr. Claude Perras, Chief Business Solutions, Via Rail Canada
The symposium is expected to cover a wide range of issues the transportation and rail infrastructure industry is facing today including the impacts of the new at-grade railway crossing regulations, and the evolution of Automatic Train Protection (ATP) devices on national rail networks being pioneered in France.
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