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March 7, 2013

Mass. commuter rail co. graduates 21 assistant conductors

Will play an essential role in commuter rail operations, staffing entrances and exits to provide customer safety, working with customers to ensure their well-being and checking trains for any onboard issues.


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.


April 8, 2011

Mass. rail systems launch real-time radio service

The system, which provides real-time information about the status of approaching trains on car radios, is now integrated with commuter rail's Passenger Train Information System, a computerized system that links real-time information from approaching trains to LED monitors at stations.


January 7, 2010

MBTA to enhance commuter service

Will begin a procurement process in 2012 for a new contract to operate commuter rail services and, in the interim, has exercised the final option on the contract with the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Co.


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