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May 30, 2012

MBTA to bid out commuter rail

The state of Massachusetts sent out the request to run the commuter rail service currently operated by the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Co. To attract more bidders, the agency is considering a longer contract period of up to 15 years.


February 12, 2009

N.J. Transit incentivizes bidding process participation

Bids will be accepted for each of the three tunnel segments, with unsuccessful bidders receiving up to $375,000 for their submissions. The stipend allows agency to retain rights to all submissions.


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