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Bombardier signs people mover contract with Denver airport

Posted on December 14, 2017

The Bombardier INNOVIA APM automated people mover system at Denver International Airport.
The Bombardier INNOVIA APM automated people mover system at Denver International Airport.

Bombardier Transportation announced that it has signed a new contract with the City and County of Denver to provide operations and maintenance services for the Bombardier INNOVIA APM automated people mover system at Denver International Airport. The contract is valued at approximately $150 million and covers a period of seven years.

While the new contract will take effect on January 1, 2018, Bombardier has been providing operations and maintenance services for the airport's automated people mover system under previous contracts since the airport opened in 1994.

Bombardier has over 40 years of experience in designing, building, operating and maintaining automated transit systems for airports and cities in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. In the U.S. alone, Bombardier supports automated transit systems at airports in Atlanta, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, New York, Newark, N.J., Orlando, Fla., Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, San Francisco, Seattle, and Tampa as well as Denver.

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