Amey wins Translink rail and bus services contract in Northern Ireland


Translink train managed by Amey in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland’s public transport operator Translink has awarded a new five-year contract to Ferrovial’s UK subsidiary Amey. The contract will see Amey implement a commercialization plan with the goal of improving passenger experience and maximizing revenue across the bus, train and metro assets. The role also includes cost efficiencies, property management and development advice. Amey already provides estate management services for a number of clients across the UK, including First Group, TfL, Arriva, Virgin Trains, Go Ahead and Abellio.

About Translink

The Northern Irish public transport provider operates integrated bus and rail services across Northern Ireland, which includes cross-border rail and bus services. Over 80 million passengers travel annually across its transport companies, which include NI Railways, Ulsterbus and Goldline services and metro buses which carry commuters, shoppers, students and visitors to and from Belfast City Centre along key corridors. Translink provides the people of Northern Ireland with essential public services and employs almost 3,800 staff in Northern Ireland. You can learn more about Ferrovial Services by following this link.


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