3rd Annual South Asia Transport Infrastructure 2015 l 30 Sep.-01 Oct. 2015 l New Delhi

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Event Name: The 3rd Annual South Asia Transport Infrastructure 2015

Event Date: 30 September – 01 October 2015

Event Venue: The Lalit, Barakhambha Lane, New Delhi-110001, India

The 3rd Annual South Asia Transport Infrastructure 2015 is an annual event dedicated to the urban development of South Asia mainly focusing on transport and infrastructure. Like every year we bring together key government and regulatory officials, top industrial professionals and innovators in metro rail technologies, to share their knowledge and expertise. The conference also provides a platform for interactions and discussions to address the various issues facing the infrastructure sector followed by enriching case studies from domestic and international pioneers.

The 2014 edition had an array of discussion from representatives of the on-going Lucknow and Jaipur metro rail project to presentations by DMRC, Ministry of Railways, RITES Limited, Centre for Railway Information Systems, Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited and other leading practitioners and thought leaders from private firms.

The 2015 edition will deliver the highest quality content; address the most current topics related to the on-going metro rail projects and future projects initiated by the Government of India along with its respective State Government bodies. This edition will also feature the latest approved metro rail project – MEGA (Metro Link Express for Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad) and the Ahmedabad-Mumbai High Speed Rail project which is the first approved bullet train corridor from the Diamond Quadrilateral project. The conference is scheduled for a two day exclusive event on the 30th September and 1st October 2015 at The Lalit, New Delhi.

The Metro Rail News is online media partner for this event. Click here to see more details about the event.

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