Arlington wrote:DutchRailnut wrote:as ready as last few winters ?
Hopefully much better (which Is why I asked), because a lot of the trouble seemed to be software/integration issues as F-Line described upthread.
BandA wrote:How is Keolis doing managing BET?
... Brian Shortsleeve, the T’s acting general manager and chief administrator, said seven of the T’s new locomotives have suffered turbocharger failures this year. He said those trains are under warranty and repairs will not cost the T anything, but their loss has led to trip cancellations and been disruptive to passengers.
Leslie Aun, the spokeswoman for Keolis, said another new locomotive suffered turbocharger failure on Monday, bringing the total since the beginning of the year to eight. She said the turbochargers, which inject oxygen into the engine, were failing because their fan blades were shattering and they were leaking oil into the engine. Aun said Keolis is repairing the eight turbochargers and plans to change out all of them. ...
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