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Amey and Keolis win Docklands Light Railway deal

Contractor Amey and transport operator Keolis have secured a deal to run and maintain London’s Docklands Light Railway for almost seven years.

The partnership was awarded a franchise agreement by Docklands Light Railway, making it responsible for all train and passenger services across the network.

It will also be in charge of maintaining 34km of infrastructure, 38 stations and rolling stock.

The contract will start this December and run until 2021, with the possibility of extensions. 

Amey chief executive Mel Ewell said: “Keolis’ global experience combined with Amey’s UK rail and asset management expertise will deliver a specialist service that provides value and ensures London’s travelling public experiences a reliable and high quality service.”

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