Dexter Vizinau, President of the Richmond, California-based CyberTran International, will be participating in a panel discussion at the innovative transportation conference, known as Infraday West on Wednesday, Dec. 5 in Los Angeles at the Intercontinental Hotel. Infraday West Agenda 12-5-18
The conference is described as “projects meet money, policy, innovation, risk in a powerful single day event uniting the leaders in the public and private infrastructure sectors in talks around funding, developing and maintaining infrastructure projects in the U.S.”
It is expected to be “a powerful one-day forum uniting over 300 senior infrastructure executives. Local, State and Federal authorities will unite with some of the top financiers, consultants, constructors, engineers and technology innovators to discuss new opportunities and challenges facing the market.”
The panel discussion in which Vizinau will participate, to be held from 3:00-3:45 p.m. is entitled, Delivering Mega-Rail Projects in California and Beyond – Opportunities and Challenges. It will also include the following panelists: Doug Johnson, Transportation Planning Manager, San Francisco Planning Department; Craig Covil, Chief Development Officer, Gavio+Halmar; Kevin Sheridan, Director of Capital Projects, San Joaquin Regional Rail Commission / Altamont Corridor Express; Elizabeth Lun, Interim Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Planning and Project Delivery, Metrolink; and Carl Holmes, Assistant General Manager of Planning, Development & Construction, BART.
“This is an excellent opportunity for our company to let decision-makers and others in the infrastructure industry know of our low-cost, electric, solar-powered transit system being developed, here in the eastern San Francisco Bay Area,” said Vizinau. “We look forward to sharing with them about our disruptive, American-made technology and help influence the direction of the discussion and market.”
The CyberTran system has already been built and tested and is the most advanced of all innovative transit systems being developed in the U.S., that have not yet been deployed. The company won a national contest by the Federal Highway Administration in 2015 and to date, has been granted seven patents during the final phase of system development. CyberTran’s strategic partners include the Lawrence Berkeley and Livermore Labs, U.C. Berkeley and the Partnership for Advanced Transportation & Highways (PATH).
CyberTran will be hosting a booth at the conference. To learn more, either stop by or visit www.cybertran.com.
Note: The publisher of the Contra Costa Herald has a financial interest in CyberTran International.