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Detroit's M-1 Rail has awarded a five-year, $15.5 million contract to Transdev for operations and maintenance of the city's QLINE streetcar.
Under the contract, Transdev will be responsible for hiring staff, training and managing streetcar operators, service operations, dispatch, vehicle and track maintenance, and fare enforcement, M-1 Rail officials said in a press release.The initial contract is renewable for up to five additional years."In selecting Transdev, we are bringing a premiere international provider of streetcar operations services to Detroit," said Paul Childs, chief operating officer for M-1 Rail. "Our partnership with Transdev ensures the QLINE will provide a safe, reliable and best-in-class transit experience for our ridership."QLINE streetcars will travel along a 3.3-mile route along Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit. The streetcar is expected to begin service in 2017.
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