South Improvement Alliance Passing Lanes No. 2 and No.14
|Client:||South Improvement Alliance|
|Duration of works:||2009 - 2010|
|Location:||Victoria and New South Wales, Australia|
- Provided signalling design, data, project engineering, design management, principles and site testing, and commissioning for two passing lanes of approximately six kilometres.
- The signalling utilised Microlok interlocking technology interfacing with existing Relay interlockings, and Microtrax for train detection and vital communications.
- Level crossing protection was provided using Safetran GCP4000 and GE HXP grade predictors.
The key challenges of the project were:
The project required complex technical interfaces to be implemented in a cost effective and robust way.
The key milestones of the project were:
RCS Australia’s design, testing, management and scheme development resulted in high value and technically advanced engineering solutions that ensured successful and timely delivery.