Join us in Boston for our New England Regional Conference on April 29th!
Join us at the “Who's Looking Out for You? The State of Rail Advocacy in New England" Conference in Boston, Friday, April 29, 2016.
Check this page to see the Conference Program.
Attendees will also have an opportunity to sample public transportation in the Boston area, with an optional inspection tour on Saturday, April 30th. We will ride a number of transit modes running in and near Boston, inspect some of the transit facilities that provide mobility for hundreds of thousands of Bostonians, and take a close look at how neighborhoods and their residents are benefitting from the opportunity to get around Boston and go to other nearby towns on transit.
Who should attend: civic, business and non-profit leaders; real estate developers, planners and environmentalists; rail advocates; and intercity rail and rail transit riders who want to know about the efforts underway to expand passenger rail & rail transit in New England, how to give riders a greater voice in planning new services, as well as improving the quality and level of services currently provided.
Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, the Rail Users' Network is pleased to offer this exciting Conference at no charge. However, advance registration is required and must be received by April 19, 2016. Register Now!
Please join us at what promises to be a very exciting & worthwhile event. For more information, call Richard Rudolph, Chair, Rail Users' Network at 207-776-4961