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Ontario, Metrolink awards $4.6B contract for Hurontario light rail

Posted on October 22, 2019

The Hurontario LRT is an approximately 11-mile, 19-stop light rail transit system that runs along Hurontario Street from Port Credit in Mississauga to Gateway Terminal in south Brampton.
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The Hurontario LRT is an approximately 11-mile, 19-stop light rail transit system that runs along Hurontario Street from Port Credit in Mississauga to Gateway Terminal in south Brampton.Metrolinx

Transdev, as a member of the Mobilinx consortium, announced the consortium was awarded a contract valued at approximately $4.6 billion by Infrastructure Ontario and Metrolinx for the Hurontario LRT, in the Toronto region. The Mobilinx team will design, build, finance, operate, and maintain the LRT for a 30-year term.

The Hurontario LRT is an approximately 11-mile, 19-stop light rail transit system that runs along Hurontario Street from Port Credit in Mississauga to Gateway Terminal in south Brampton. The LRT will operate in a separated guideway with traffic priority throughout most of the corridor.

Within the consortium, Transdev will be responsible for operations, maintenance, and rehabilitation. Throughout the construction and mobilization phase, Transdev will support its partners and advise them on all system operability aspects.

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