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July 11, 2012

World Congress on High-Speed Rail meets in Philly

This is the first time that the World Congress on High-Speed Rail has come to the U.S. About 1,000 attendees from 37 countries are expected to attend.


May 17, 2011

APTA, partners to host international high-speed rail conference

The 8th World Congress on High-Speed Rail will take place in Philadelphia from July 11 to 13, 2012. The event will bring together both the public and private sectors to provide insight and best practices for implementing high-speed rail projects at every stage – from planning, financing and construction to operations and management.


October 29, 2009

APTA, UIC to host regional HSR seminars

The programs will feature practitioners from HSR systems around the world and focus on best practices and lessons learned from European and Asian systems. The curriculum will be tailored to the different issues in each city.


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