Transit agencies across North America are seeking practical strategies to optimize maintenance efficiencies, maximize train throughput and increase manpower productivity within the rail depot.
But in order to do this, authorities must analyze the cost-benefit of existing rail maintenance facility rehabilitation versus new rail depot design and build.
The first event focused specifically on the challenges of modernizing rail maintenance depots, Rail Depots & Maintenance Facilities 2016 will debut in Washington D.C. on July 27th and 28th.
Following on from the success of our ground-breaking predictive and condition-based maintenance series, this conference will bring together directors and managers of capital projects, program management and rail maintenance to highlight opportunities for streamlining maintenance operations and delivering upgrade projects on time and on budget. The speaker panel includes representation from Amtrak, MBTA, Metrolink, METRA, MARTA, WMATA and many more.
By working in close collaboration with transit agencies, the rail authority-led event will be an exclusive meeting for authorities to share best practices in driving efficiency and utilizing space for both legacy and modern rail shops.
And with our strong track-record in the rail industry, this event promises attendees close, intimate networking with those at the very frontier of North American railway innovation for the most practical and timely information to take back to their facility.
For more information, please visit the website – www.rail-depots-maintenance-facilities.com