Welcome to the 2014 Rail Transit Seminar
The Rail Transit Seminar is devoted to examining wheel/rail and vehicle/track interaction on light rail and subway operations.
This cross-disciplinary seminar will include presentations from experts in vehicle/track dynamics, noise and vibration, wheel/rail profile design and maintenance, and friction management. Click here for speaker information
Join a unique group of transit professionals, researchers and suppliers at this seminar to examine recent developments in research and technology, participate in lively discussion and gain a better understanding of the complex interaction unique to the rail transit wheel/rail interface.
Your registration includes:
- Catered Welcome Reception
- Continental Breakfast
- Access to morning presentations and activities
- Mid-morning Coffee and Refreshment Break
- Full Luncheon served in the ExpoZone
- Access to afternoon presentations and activities
- Afternoon Coffee and Refreshment Break
- Exclusive Presentation Download Page access following event
Attendees are also eligible to receive:
- Continuing education/professional development credits
- Special WRI '14 Hotel Room Pricing - click here for details.
WRI 2014 Discount ProgramsWheel Rail Seminars is offering several discount programs for the events this year. All attendees registering for more than one event automatically qualify for our Multi-Event Discounts. Our Special Employee Discount is an exciting program created exclusively for direct employees of railroads and transits.
Click the Registration link to learn more.
Attendees, speakers and sponsors alike comment that Wheel Rail Seminars' high-quality educational programs and presenters, combined with our “Everything's Included” approach to dining, social and networking events, make the WRI Conference “one of the best!”
The Wheel Rail Interaction Conference offers one of the best educational, networking and professional development values in the industry. Since 1994 we have hosted speakers and attendees from around the globe, bringing focus and understanding to the critical area of wheel/rail interaction.