Turbotrains, Jettrains and Beyond: High Speed Rail in Canada
Urban Forum Ottawa, will have host a presentation by High Speed Rail Canada founder Paul Langan on January 17th, 2019.
WireService.ca Media Release (01/07/2019) - High Speed Rail Canada, as part of their mandate to educate the Canadian public,give public presentations about high speed rail as it relates to Canada.
Urban Forum Ottawa is hosting the event. They host lecture series on topics that would be of interest to professionals in their organization and the public.
Here are the details of the event.
PRESENTATION: Turbotrains, Jettrains and Beyond: High Speed Rail in Canada
DATE: Thursday, January 17, 2019 at 7:00pm
LOCATION: Champlain Room, Ottawa City Hall, Heritage Building, Second Floor, 110 Laurier Ave. West
Paul Langan founder of High Speed Rail Canada states, “ I am excited to come to Ottawa to give an entertaining presentation and have a lively discussion with participants about high speed rail in Canada. I am grateful to Urban Forum Ottawa for hosting this event.”
Media Contact - Paul Langan, High Speed Rail Canada founder at 226-505-7605 or by using contact page on website at http://highspeedrail.ca
About URBAN FORUM
In 1997, the Ottawa chapters of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI), the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects (OALA), the Ottawa Regional Society of Architects (ORSA) and the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) joined forces to present Urban Forum, a lecture series for their members as well as elected officials, students and the public at large in the Ottawa area. Four times per year, internationally known speakers and local experts address topics that reflect the challenges faced by the associations’ combined membership. http://urbanforum.ca/
About HIGH SPEED RAIL CANADA
In 2008, Mr. Langan started High Speed Rail Canada to educate Canadians on high speed rail in Canada. It is acknowledged that High Speed Rail Canada is the single national resource on high speed rail information in Canada. Their website, youtube channel and social media are used extensively by the public to increase their knowledge on previous and present Canadian high speed rail studies.