Urban Mobility and Intelligent Transportation

Friday, May 15, 2015 from 7:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.

Speaker's presentation

1- Land value capture, an opportunity for Greater Montréal
Vincent Joli-Coeur, Banque Nationale

2 - Managing and pricing transportation – cases
Jean-François Barsoum, IBM

3 - A smart, integrated, Montréal-made one-way carsharing service
Marco Viviani, Communauto

4 - Smartphone and tomorrow’s urban mobility
Sam Vermette, Transit App

5 - Information: the solution to parking problems
Dominic Chartrand, VenueParking.com

6 - How to adequately meet citizens’ needs? The taxi, a forward-looking industry
Dory Saliba, Comité provincial de concertation et de développement de l’industrie du taxi
(CPCDIT)

7 - Technology serving transportation needs
Jean-Nicolas Guillemette, Uber Québec

8 - Electrifying Montréal’s taxis and limousines
Thierry St-Cyr, Taxelco

9 - Intelligence ‒ past, present, and future ‒ in Laval
Pierre Lavigueur, Société de transport de Laval

10 - The Origin-Destination survey, an essential tool in urban transit planning
Nicolas Girard, Agence métropolitaine de transport

New public transit projects will help Montréal reduce the cost of congestion ‒ an estimated $1.8 billion ‒ which is a check on its productivity and economic performance. Challenges lie ahead for the city in terms of financing infrastructures needed to respond to demographic growth.  

Montréal, a city of creativity and innovation, has what it takes to be a leader in intelligent transportation systems (ITS). These systems enable a wide range of services that make travel easier and make it possible to adopt an integrated approach to urban mobility.

By taking part in the Strategic Forum on Urban Mobility and Intelligent Transportation, you will:

  • Get the latest news on upcoming major public transit projects for the city intended to reduce traffic congestion and improve traffic flow;
  • Understand the strategic importance of smooth traffic flow for Montréal and identify ways to improve it;
  • Discover the many future business opportunities in this sector;
  • Observe concrete examples of applications for the city;
  • Witness international best practices.

DETAILED PROGRAM (PDF)

Prices

  Members Non members
Ticket(s) $350* $450*
Table(s) of 10 $3150* $4500*
* Taxes not included. Become a Member

By phone
514 871-4001

For more information

Andréane Martel
Project Manager, Strategic Forums
514 871-4000, ext. 4056
amartel@ccmm.qc.ca

Cancellation policyNo reservations, cancellations or refunds as of 2 days before the event. Participant substitutions are accepted at no extra charge until the event is held. Please note that only written cancellation notices sent by fax at 514 871-5971 or by email at achat@ccmm.qc.ca will be accepted.

Location

Centre Mont-Royal
2200 Mansfield Street
Montréal

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Speech by the Minister of Transport and Minister responsible for the Montréal region
Robert Poëti

Robert Poëti
Minister of Transport
Minister responsible for the Montréal region
Member for Marguerite-Bourgeoys

 
OVERVIEW OF SPEAKERS

How to adequately meet citizens’ needs? The taxi, a forward-looking industry
Dory Saliba Dory Saliba
President
Comité provincial de concertation et de développement de l'industrie du taxi (CPCDI)
       
Electrifying Montréal’s taxis and limousines
Thierry St-Cyr

Thierry St-Cyr
Director, Public Affairs and Electric Vehicle Operations
Taxelco

       
Technology serving transportation needs
Jean-Nicolas Guillemette
Jean-Nicolas Guillemette
General Manager
Uber Québec
       
The Electrification of the STM Network
Philippe Schnobb

Philippe Schnobb
President
Société de transport de Montréal

       
Intelligence ‒ past, present, and future ‒ in Laval
Pierre Lavigueur

Pierre Lavigueur
Senior Director, Development, Marketing and Innovation
Société de transport de Laval

       
New sources of funding for our infrastructures
Paul Lewis

Paul Lewis
Professor and Dean
Faculty of Environmental Design
Université de Montréal

Philippe Schnobb

Richard Shearmur
Professor of Urban and Regional Economics, School of Urban Planning
McGill University

       
Land value capture, an opportunity for Greater Montréal
Vincent Joli-Cœur

Vincent Joli-Cœur
Vice Chairman, Financial Markets
National Bank

       
Managing and pricing transportation – cases
Jean-François Barsoum

Jean-François Barsoum
Senior Managing Consultant, Smarter Cities
IBM

       
Information: the solution to parking problems
Dominic Chartrand

Dominic Chartrand
CEO
VenueParking.com

       
A smart, integrated, Montréal-made one-way carsharing service
Marco Viviani

Marco Viviani
Director, Development and Public Relations
Communauto

       
Smartphone and tomorrow’s urban mobility
Vincent Joli-Cœur

Sam Vermette
Co-Founder
Transit App

       
The Origin-Destination survey, an essential tool in urban transit planning
Nicolas Girard

Nicolas Girard
President and CEO
Agence métropolitaine de transport

       

       

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