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June 13, 2013
Richard Gilbert to speak at Green Fleet Exposition/GFEx this month
Richard Gilbert, a renowned speaker on energy, transportation and urban Issues, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the Green Fleet Exposition (GFEx) conference that will be held on June 26. The City of Toronto is one of the event's organizers.

Gilbert will be speaking on the topic of autonomous vehicles and changes in road infrastructure envisioned in the next few decades. Imagine a street with vehicles driving themselves efficiently and quickly without getting into accidents.

GFEx is a two-day event at Niagara College's Welland campus for fleet management professionals. The exposition is organized by the City of Toronto in partnership with Niagara College, Electric Mobility Canada, Fleet Challenge Ontario, NAFA Fleet Management Association, Niagara Region and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

The expo will include exhibits from transportation industry vendors, presentations on electric vehicles, green government practices and special green fleet initiatives, and ride-and-drive opportunities.

The detailed agenda and the registration form are available at

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