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Bombardier wins fleet operations contract in Montreal

Staff Writer |
Bombardier Transportation has been awarded an eight-year contract by Montreal’s Agence Metropolitaine de Transport (AMT).

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The contract is for the Operations and Maintenance of the AMT commuter rail fleet on all of its six lines in the greater Montreal area. The contract is valued at approximately $331 million CAD ($246 million, 231 million euro).

The agreement includes a two-year option. The new contract took effect on November 18, 2016.

Bombardier has been providing Maintenance services for AMT since 2010.

With this new contract, Bombardier’s scope of work will not only cover the maintenance of AMT’s entire fleet of 264 coaches and 41 locomotives, but will also extend to the Operations of AMT’s commuter rail services.

Over the past 12 months, Bombardier's average on-time performance for maintenance of the AMT fleet has been 99.87 percent, offering market-leading results even in harsh winter conditions.

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