Archive -- DVARP/Rail Passengers Association Tri-State Delaware-New Jersey-Pennsylvania Regional Meeting - Philadelphia, PA
Saturday, June 9, 2018 9:15 AM Saturday, June 9, 2018 4:00 PM
Temple University Center City Campus 1515 Market Street Philadelphia PA 19102
- 9:00am Doors Open - Registration & Coffee.
- 9:45am Welcome
- 10:00am Harry Garforth, Amtrak
- 11:00am Robert Serlin, Rail Infrastructure Management
- 12:00 noon Buffet luncheon
- 12:45pm Round robin discussion by region rail groups.
- 1:45pm Bruce Becker -Vice-President Operations - Rail Passengers Association
- 2:45pm Refreshments
- 3:00pm Elizabeth Smith, SEPTA, Director of Strategic Planning
- 4:00pm Adjourn
- Lunch and Networking Time
- Morning and Afternoon Refreshments
- Advance Registration - $35.00 per person - Must be received by June 6
- Registration at the Door - $40.00 per person
On-Line Registration Coming Soon - Please Check Back
Space Is Limited!
- For facility space reasons, registration for this year’s Rail Passengers Association Tri-State Meeting is limited. Register now to avoid missing out on this opportunity.
Important Security Information:
- For security reasons, all participants on the Control Center tour must register in advance. Tour registration will be limited. Be sure to bring photo ID in case it is requested for admission to the plant.
Getting to the Meeting:
- Take any SEPTA train to Suburban Station.
- If you come to Philadelphia on Amtrak, your Amtrak ticket stub is good for a free ride to Suburban Station. On return your connecting Amtrak ticket will be honored by SEPTA for a free return to Thirtieth Street Station.
- When you get off the train, follow the blue signs to the Market-Frankford line. Just before you get to the subway entrance, you’ll see an escalator leading up to the street. Go up the escalator and 1515 Market and the Temple University entrance are immediately behind you.
For further information, please e-mail [email protected] or phone 215-RAILWAY (215-724-5929)
"The support from the Rail Passengers Association, and from all of you individually, has been incredibly important to Amtrak throughout our history and especially so during the last trying year."
Bill Flynn, Amtrak CEO
April 19, 2021, speaking to attendees at the Rail Passengers Virtual Spring Advocacy Conference