It was 1999 when the IBTTA membership last came together for an Annual Meeting in Halifax under the theme “Growing Your Toll Business in the Next Millennial.” Twenty years later, our industry has grown by leaps and bounds so we’re headed back to Halifax where we’ll hear from toll operators about innovative tolling projects from around the world. This Annual Meeting is intended to be a collaborative event, addressing challenges in this new multi-modal, technology-driven environment. Beyond a few key General Sessions, the content will be broken into three tracks – Technology and the Customer Experience, The World Showcase and the Business of Mobility. If you were in Halifax in 1999, we hope to see you again 2019. And if this is your first time, make plans to join us this September for Halifax 2.0!
The Annual Meeting & Exhibition Hall will be held at the Halifax Convention Centre. IBTTA will post a listing of hotels convenient to the Convention Centre shortly.
This meeting is preceded by the fall Board of Directors and Committee Meetings.
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