TRACCS Rail Day
Canada's First Outdoor Transit and Rail Exhibition
Why TRACCS Rail Day?
Over $100 Billion CAD is being invested in transit in the Toronto Area and Billions more invested across North America!
Canada's first and only outdoor rail exhibition, bringing hundreds of rail professionals together in a real railway environment to explore the latest innovations, demonstrations, forums by leading experts, network, and helping businesses save time and money.
The exhibition will provide an unparalleled opportunity for public and private sectors to gather, share information, expertise and the latest in technology to help create market efficiencies and continued growth.
Who should attend:
Project Managers & Directors
Rail Suppliers, Maintainers, Contractors and equipment manufacturers
Students & Apprentices
Why you should attend:
Make faster, more informed decisions - seeing various products and solutions all on one site
See latest rail equipment on display
Offer live demonstrations of your products and technology to all attendees
Share latest trends and standards in the industry for 2022 and beyond planning
Enable larger teams within your agency and/or company to engage in the industry with a smaller investment
Create business and growth opportunities
Network with key leaders and decision makers within the rail industry
Connect with a captive audience across the entire industry
Pre - Registration is Now Open
290 New Toronto St, Etobicoke, ON M8V 2E8
*12'x10' space outdoors; fully refundable in case of cancellation; rain or shine event
two full days
*fully refundable in case of cancellation of the event, includes access to the grounds; rain or shine event.
Attend Live Demonstrations
Real Rolling Stock on Display
Latest Innovations, Developments & Technologies
Network with Decision Makers
Leaders in the Rail Industry
TRACCS Rail Day Gala & Awards
Connect with a captive audience
TRACCS mission is to stabilize cost, ensure adequate resources and have qualified people to perform work safely and efficiently.
TRACCS aims to achieve:
•Improved and consistent safety standards in the field for rail safety
•Coordinated and proper training for workers within the unions, colleges and universities
•Advocacy for proper certification and assurances for companies to work in rail environments
•Opportunity to share best practices within the industry
•Ongoing training and technology updates from around the world