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  • Quebec Accident Fallout: Canadian Transportation Agency Suspends Montreal, Maine & Atlantic's Operating License
    Updated On: Aug 14, 2013

    The Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) yesterday announced it suspended the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway's (MMA) and Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Canada's (MMAC) "certificate of fitness" — a license that enables the railroads to operate in Canada — because they haven't demonstrated that their third-party liability insurance is adequate to support ongoing operations.

    The suspension takes effect Aug. 20 to provide MMA and MMAC time to arrange an "orderly cessation" of their operations in Canada, CTA officials said in a press release. Adequate third-party liability insurance coverage is a legislative requirement to operate a railroad in Canada.

    Read entire article at: www.Progressiverailroading.com


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