The challenge facing Canada's largest urban centre and surrounding areas:
What mobility solutions should cities deploy to keep Canadians on the move and protect the environment?
TORONTO, Dec. 7 2010 /CNW/ - Commissioned by Siemens Canada, with research conducted by MRC McLean Hazel, the Complete Mobility in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) report is a comprehensive Canadian stakeholder research study that reveals current trends and potential solutions for the mobility and infrastructure challenges of today and the approaching two decades.
This exclusive event brings together top professionals from the GTHA to challenge us all to work toward more sustainable mobility and more efficient, user-focused infrastructure solutions.
|What:||The Complete Mobility in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area report|
| - A comprehensive study that uncovers key mobility challenges facing the GTHA with the goal of working toward Complete Mobility infrastructure solutions
- Learn about how cities ranked on the Complete Mobility Index and how this information can help decision makers understand their current and potential mobility systems
|When:||Thursday, December 9th, 2010|
|8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. - Presentation and panel discussion|
|10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - Light lunch and one-on-one interviews by appointment|
|Who:|| Marco Jungbeker - Vice President, Siemens Canada Mobility Division
Tom Middlebrook - MRC McLean Hazel
|Panel comprised of transportation experts in the GTHA:|
| - Pat Boeckner, Director Transportation, Ministry of Transportation Ontario
- Julia Deans, CEO Toronto City Summit Alliance
- Bruce McCuaig, CEO Metrolinx
- Allen Vansen, SVP Operations PanAm games
|Where:||Corus Quay - 25 Dockside Drive, Toronto, ON|
For further information: For further information:
To book an appointment, for additional information, visuals or a copy of the report, contact DL Leslieat Siemens Canada Limited.