Registration is open to all. The registration price includes the full 3-day conference, including lunches Tuesday and Wednesday, morning and afternoon refreshment breaks, the Tuesday evening reception, and the rail tours on Thursday morning.
GENERAL REGISTRATION PRICE SCHEDULE $795 through January 19th $995 January 20 through February 16th $1195 February 17th through March 2nd $1495 FINAL WEEK
*USHSR Business Membership discount registration is for firms which have joined USHSR as Business Members. Not included in this discount registration price are USHSR Affiliate Memberships.
Prices subject to change due to market conditions, local laws and regulations, and other unforseen circumstances. The conference will proceed regardless of rain, snow, inclement weather, or other unforseen circumstances.
Cancellation policy: In case of cancellation, a registrant may transfer their registration fee to a coworker or associate for this same event. A refund cannot be issued if cancellation is made less than eight weeks before the conference.
To register as a Business Member, call our office at (202) 248-5001
Don't miss this exciting event! West Coast Rail Conference - March 6-8 in Los Angeles.
Business and political leaders are coming together with the world's top experts to bring fast rail to America.
Construction is underway on the first phase of the state-wide, 800-mile state-of-the-art transportation system set to revolutionize mobility in America. Billion dollar contracts have already been let, with many more to come!
This new rail system will carry more than 100 million people each year once built out - saving time, money, energy, and lives daily for decades.
Don't miss it!
USHSR California HSR Map
SPONSOR THE EVENT!
Previous conference attendees and sponsors include executives from:
CA High Speed Rail Authority Mineta Transportation Inst. MTA Los Angeles
CA DOT Caltrans Balfour Beatty AECOM Parsons Brinckerhoff KCI Technologies Bechtel Fluor Louis Berger Group GE Transportation Samsung U.S.-Japan High Speed Rail Central Japan Railway
East Japan Railway Japan Int'l Transport Institute CRCC (China) TSDI (China) CSR (China) NDF (China) Korail TUC Rail Alstom Siemens Talgo CAF USA Bombardier Hyundai Rotem Kawasaki Rail Car Renfe Virgin Rail Transmetrics
GEODATA GKK Works INC Group Ginprosa Freeport McMoRan IRWA Skanska Kelar Pacific Caltrop Corporation RBF Consulting Sukut Construction Riverside Co. Transport Comm. So. CA Assn. of Gov'ts. Julien, Inc. Law Office of Sima Salek Biggs Cardosa Associates ENGEO Incorporated PECG V&A, Inc. Aetypic Ninyo & Moore TY Lin International Nova Consulting Sener Acciona
Foster + Partners Architects HOK Architects
SOM Architects Gensler Dover Kohl Urban Land Institute Forest City John Buck Company Akridge Stonebridge Autodesk Bentley Systems Terracon Hatch Mott MacDonald HNTB Arup Honeywell City of Anaheim CH2M Hill Kustom Seating Systra Ardanuy UIC ARTBA SMI International First Southwest Investment Bank Hill & Knowlton Global-5 Communications InfraWest Arcadis TransitWorks
Cordoba Corp. Shaw Group Faithful+Gould CA. HSR Authority CA DOT APTA GPO, Inc. GPO A&E Athalye Eng. A Squared Ventures Century Diversified Twining, Inc HDR L.K. Comstock Maintenance Design Group Huffman-Broadway Group MAJ Consulting David Evans & Associates PECG Univ. of Illinois Kimley-Horn and Associates PQM, Inc. Anil Verma Associates Jack McKinnon Consulting KOA Corporation Voestalpine Nortrak Gannett Fleming Dragados
Amtrak DLA Piper Holland & Knight Manatt Quarles and Brady Parker Poe Lockheed Martin Raytheon Northrop Grumman Alion Science & Tech. BAE Systems Xpress West Invensys Rail Sumitomo Finley Engineering Mc Dean Archer Western Pandrol Liebherr NKT Cables Southwire Fooke USPIRG Gov't. of Quebec Wilbur Smith
Cal State U
New Age Industries
Athalye Consulting Eng
Harrison & Bonini
Sharon Greene David Evans and Associates
Overland, Pacific & Cutler
EVRAZ-Ricky Mountain Steel
W2 Design, Inc.
ASM Affiliates EDC
Consulate General of Japan
UK Trade & Investment
Herbert Smith Freehills
Networking and dealmaking with business and political leaders