The Department for Transport has agreed the company, which has faced heavy criticism over its performance and is jointly owned by Govia and Keolis, will continue to operate the Integrated Kent Franchise until March 31, 2014, carrying 160m passengers a year.
Train company Southeastern has been awarded a two-year extension on its franchise to run services to Kent, Sussex and the London suburbs.
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