Bombardier to operate Montreal regional rail transit system for AMT
Contract is worth $331 million and includes a two-year option to extend it.
MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. has been awarded an eight-year contract to maintain and operate a regional commuter rail fleet that serves the Montreal area.
The company has been providing fleet maintenance services for Montreal’s Agence metropolitaine de transport, or AMT, since 2010.
Under the new contract, Bombardier will also operate AMT’s commuter services on six rail lines that stretch beyond the Island of Montreal to outlying communities.
The AMT contract is worth $331 million and includes a two-year option to extend the contract.News from © Canadian Press Enterprises Inc. 2016