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POSTPONED: Strategies for More Successful High-Speed Rail Stations

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This program has been postponed; once it has been rescheduled we'll update this page with the new date. We apologize for any inconvenience.

High-speed rail can be a powerful tool to connect and strengthen cities and towns, but it’s the stations themselves that connect people with the service. Rail stations are a passenger’s first point of contact with high-speed rail and a critical component of their door-to-door journey. How can California get its own stations right in order to build a foundation of broader success for high-speed rail? Come hear from international experts, with experience operating more than 3,000 stations in 400 cities worldwide, to learn about how international best practices can inform a strategy for managing and operating the stations along our state’s own high-speed rail corridor.

Co-presented by MoveLA.

+ Fabrice Morenon / SNCF Gares & Connexions
+ Ignacio Sanz Junoy / ADIF
Ratna Amin / DB Engineering & Consulting (formerly)

This program is generously sponsored by:


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SPUR Digital Discourse
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Free for SPUR members.
$10 for non-members.

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