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March 2018

Railroad Day on Capitol Hill 2018

Washington Marriott Marquis, 900 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC, 900 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC, DC United States
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Railroad Day on Capitol Hill has proven to be the single most effective way to get our message to Congress. The size of the event, the geographical diversity of the participants, and the unified railroad industry message has focused Congress on our issues like never before.

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2018 MARS Winter Conference

The Westin Lombard Yorktown Center 70 Yorktown Shopping Center Lombard, IL 60148

This January we are hosting six breakout sessions suitable for transportation execs as well as people new to the industry: Railroading 101, Railroading 201, Intermodal 101, Railcar Fleet Management, and other rail freight oriented topics.

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April 2018

JRC Joint Rail Conference

Omni William Penn Hotel, 530 William Penn Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15219 United States
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Papers and presentations are solicited on all aspects of railroad civil, mechanical, electrical, and systems engineering, as well as rail safety, planning, design, financing, operations, and management. Papers on freight and passenger rail subjects are sought. Conference organizers encourage submissions on the following topics as well as other relevant railroad industry research topics. The 2018 JRC (Joint Rail Conference) will take place April 18-20, 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA. This international conference is the premier technical event in the U.S.A. including all…

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October 2018

Big Data in Railroad Engineering 2017 Conference

University of Delaware Newark Campus Newark, Del + Google Map

The fourth annual "Big Data" conference features more than two dozen experts who will discuss the railroad industry's need for effective, practical maintenance planning, helping you understand the latest techniques for gathering, analyzing, and efficiently converting the "mountain" of complex data (a.k.a. "Big Data") into usable information for optimizing capital maintenance programs.

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