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Bombardier wins $204m MARC commuter train contract

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A Canadian company won a $204 million contract to run two of the three MARC commuter train lines, after a prolonged bidding process became bogged down over minority business contracts, the Holocaust and Iran. The Maryland Board of Public Works awarded the $204.7 million contract to Bombardier Transportation to operate and maintain MARC's Camden and Brunswick lines, which shuttle commuters from...

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