Light Rail Day in Stockholm, 05-06.11.2018
-Now open for registration-
Light Rail Day is the leading conference for Tramway in Scandinavia. One of our focus areas this year is "Challenges in existing Light Rail Systems"
Start Monday with an excursion to the new tram stop in City Centre “T-Centralen” and visit of the brand new Lindingö depot.
Back at the hotel the Nordic Light Rail Price will be awarded after the speeches of the day. Monday ends with our Networking Dinner.
Tuesday is our conference day with many lectures. Don’t miss this important event for tramways in Scandinavia.
The price for registration is 4.900,- DKK net (ca. 660,- € net) for both days and 4.300,- DKK net (ca. 580,- € net) for participation on Tuesday only.
Sign up here: http://www.conferencemanager.dk/Lightrailday2018
Venue: Hotel Scandic Hasselbacken
100 55 Stockholm
|Day 1 09:30||Registration starts at the Hotel Scandic Hasselbacken|
|10:30||Tram transport to the City Centre, visit of the new tram stop "T-centralen"|
|11:10||Buses from T-Centralen to "Ropsten Station". Tram to the new "Lidingö Depot"|
|11:40||Arriving at Lidingö Depot and look at a display for 2 m of green track.|
|11:50||Andrea Scholz, Sales Manager at STRAILastic Tram - "Green tracking and track damping systems with vulcanized rubber profiles"|
|12:05||Lunch at the depot|
|12:35||Michael Tischner, Track specialist at Getzner - "Case studies on mass spring systems for vibration isolation for urban tracks"|
|12:50||Depot visit starts|
|13:40||Depot visit ends, bus back to Hotel Hasselbacken|
|Lectures at the Hotel|
|14:00||Coffee break and welcome at Hotel Scandic Hasselbacken|
|14:30||SLL Stockholm County Council Transport Administration, Sweden, Technical Systems Strategist Faegh Adel-Pour, Infrastructure Development - "Track and turnout construction Spårväg City"||Carl Silfverhielm, rail traffic strategist - "Light Rail in the Stockholm Region, -role, planning, future plans and whtat for requirements that put on technology"|
|15:30||Magnus Braxell, CEO Stockholms Spårväger "Vision and tradition in a Nordic context"|
|16:15||Bernd Reuss, Awarding Nordic Light Rail Prize "Introduction to the prize and the winner"|
|16:30||Axel Kühn, Karlsruhe and Michael Borre, Århus Letbane - awarding the prize|
|17:45||Ole Sørensen, Winners speech (15 min)|
|Day 2 08:30||Registration at the hotel|
|09:00||Mårten Ignell, Head of Project M33, Göteborgs Spårvägar, Sweden "M33 - the new tram for Gothenburg"|
|09:30||Mathias Sdun, Chief specialist, Urban planning and transport, Atkins Global "Lightrail in the context of Road Safety"|
|10:15||Christian Goubeau, Internation sales, Rail Power Systems GmbH, Germany "Extension of tramway line 7 towards T-Centralen - Design for a reduced visual impact of the catenary system"|
|Short presentation of our exhibitors|
|11:15||Stefan Menzel, Operating Manager, Transport, Solingen-Stadtwerke, Germany "Motivation for employees through classic communication"|
|11:45||Johan Larsvall, Industrial Designer, Idesign AB, Stockhol, Sweden "Design of trams for the Nordic market"|
|13:15||Johan C. Haveland, Director of Passenger Transportation, Bergen Bybane, Norway "How to measure the quality of a light rail system with the use of Key Performance Indicators"|
|13:45||Martin Schmidt, Technical Department, City of Norrköping, Sweden "The small things you never think about - How to keep your tramway-network up to date"|
|14:15||Aline Frantzen, Managing Director KeolisAmey, Metrolink Manchester UK, Francois Vinsonneau, Operationel Excellence Director, Keolis, France - "Working with PTA´s at everty stage of a tram lifecycle in order to make cities more attractive to live and work in. With best practices from Manchester and Melbourne"|
|15:15||Engineer Volker Utke, Project Management & Sales, TÜV NORD Systems, Rail. "GAP-FILLERL An innovative contribution to accessibility for people with reduced mobility"|
|16:00||Karl-Johan Tomczak, Landscape Architect LAR MSA/Project Manager Partner at Treeline Consulting AB Sweden - "Design strategies for the redevelopment of Klarabergsgatan and Sergels Torg"|