Losing Bidder Claims $4.2B Mass. Rail Contract Invalid

Law360, New York (March 6, 2014, 4:02 PM EST) -- Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Co. on Thursday asked a Massachusetts court to stop Keolis Commuter Services from taking control of the state's commuter rail network, claiming the bidding process was marred by errors and favoritism.

In a filing with the court, MBCR asked a Suffolk County Superior Court judge to issue an injunction that would suspend Keolis' scheduled takeover of the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority's rail system on July 1, MBCR said in a press release.

“The holes in the MBTA's procurement process are big enough...
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