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More than 35 speakers have been confirmed for this year’s Railway Industry Association Annual (RIA) Conference next month.
This year’s event, which will be held virtually from the 4th to the 6th of November, will include the new Commissioner for Transport for London, Andy Byford.
He said: “More so than ever, the rail industry must come together to address the challenges we face, so it’s fantastic that the Railway Industry Association’s Annual Conference is bringing together so many members.
“I’m really looking forward to speaking and exchanging ideas on how we can ensure a safe, green, sustainable recovery from the pandemic and regenerate the UK economy.”
RIA’s Annual Conference will focus on how the rail sector, despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, can play an important role in spurring an economic recovery by driving growth and providing thousands of jobs across the whole of the UK.
Joining Andy Byford across the three days are:
Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Railway Industry Association, said: “We are really pleased with the strong programme at this year’s Conference, which will bring together RIA member companies with clients, industry leaders, influencers, international guests and policy makers, at a crucial time for our railways and country as a whole.
“Whilst we can’t meet in person, this year our Conference will as vital as ever and an opportunity to not just celebrate the work of the sector of the past few months, but to discuss the challenges and the vital role we have to play in the UK’s economic recovery.”
Visit http://www.riagb.org.uk/AC2020 for more details.
This article first appeared on www.railbusinessdaily.com
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