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Bombardier Transportation has signed a contract with the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) to continue providing operations and maintenance services for the Maryland Area Regional Commuter's (MARC) Brunswick and Camden lines.The $288 million agreement extends a contract first awarded in 2012. The scope of work includes maintenance of diesel locomotives, rail cars, stations, facilities and rail infrastructure for the MTA-owned portion of the Brunswick Line. Bombardier previously built 54 multilevel MARC IV coaches for the MTA and overhauled 34 single-level MARC IIB coaches. The company also is overhauling 63 MARC II bi-level coaches, Bombardier officials said in a press release.The Brunswick Line runs from Union Station in Washington, D.C., to Martinsburg, West Virginia, while the Camden Line runs from Washington to Camden Station in Baltimore.Amtrak recently obtained a contract extension to continue operating MARC's Penn Line.