Rail-Volution Conference cancelled

Posted on September 12, 2001

The Rail-Volution Conference scheduled September 13 to 16 in San Francisco has been cancelled. Fees paid to Rail-Volution will be refunded in the next several weeks and hotel reservations at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero were cancelled without penalty. There is a possibility that the conference will be rescheduled during one of the following times:

  • November 29-December 2
  • December 6-December 9
  • December 13-December 16 It would be in San Francisco at the same hotel. A decision on the rescheduling will be made by September 25.
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