Rail Depots & Maintenance Facilities 2016

Venue: Capital Hilton Hotel

Location: Washington, Alabama, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 27, 2016 End Date/Time: Jul 28, 2016
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Rail authorities exchange case studies for running maintenance facilities in the most cost-effective manner and will be given a unique glimpse into how other rail authorities optimally run and maintain their rail depot and maintenance facilities.  From safety performance to maintenance scheduling and from throughput to configuration and equipment layout, rail authorities will find out all they need to know as to how to improve operations.  Speaker include representatives from Maryland Transit Administration, MBTA, Orange Country Transportation Authority, METRA, MARTA and more.


1001 16th Street NW
United States

Conference Speakers

Suhair Al Khatib Deputy Administration and Chief Planning, Programming & Engineering Officer Maryland Transit Administration   Steve Hicks Chief Technical Officer - Rail Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority   Terrance McCarthy Director of Design & Construction Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority   Jennifer Bergener Director of Rail & Facilities  Orange County Transportation Authority    Vernon Hartsock Chief Rail Engineer Maryland Transit Administration   Hilary Konczal Chief Safety & Environmental Officer METRA   Remy Saintil Director of Facilities Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority   Richard Tripoli Director of Equipment Maintenance Southern California Regional Transportation Authority   Jim Sutton Manager, Asset Management  Regional Transportation District    Stan Goff Maintenance Manager Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority   Scott McAleese Manager, Rail Facilities Infrastructure Chicago Transit Authority    John Tull Senior Manager of Energy Projects Amtrak   Bruce Marcheschi Chief Mechanical Officer METRA   Dennis McAnulla Chef Mechanical Officer  SEPTA    Erich Kolig Snr. Director of Rail & Bus Maintenance Maryland Transit Administration   David Solomon Senior Architect Sacramento Regional Transit District