All fields are required.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) will let its commuter-rail operations contract with Keolis Commuter Services expire, local media reported late last week.The eight-year contract will end in June 2022, at which point the MBTA will propose a re-procurement process for another operator, according to NBC Boston.The move not to extend the current contract isn't a "reflection of Keolis' performance," Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack told NBC Boston, adding that she expects Keolis to compete again in the re-procurement process.Keolis won the $2.7 billion contract in 2014.
PANYNJ proposes $32 billion capital plan »
LIRR train was speeding at time of derailment »
Ferromex, Alstom ink contract for locomotive maintenance »
STB unveils spreadsheet for freight-rail performance data »