Edmonton LRT Communications Based Train Control (CBTC)

Edmonton LRT Communications Based Train Control (CBTC)

Edmonton LRT Communications Based Train Control (CBTC)
Client: Thales Rail Signalling Solutions, Hatch Mott MacDonald,
City of Edmonton

Client Representative(s) & Contact Information
Available Upon Request

Contract Overview
Start Date: May 2012
End Date: December 2014
Contract Value: 5-10M (Available Upon Request)

Sub-Contractors & Project Roles

All major work was self-performed

Scope of Work

  • Install complete turn-key CBTC signaling solution for 12 LRT stations (Approx. 10km of wayside) + 1 test track and maintenance facility
  • Install conduit and cable tray pathways through the LRT corridor to support the installation
  • Install antennas, transponder tags, and axle counters at track level.Install communications and signaling cabinets with interconnections in 6 equipment signaling rooms
  • Install rail signaling equipment with interconnections in 12 wayside bungalows
  • Supply, install, and commission the power distribution system for the CBTC system equipment (Approx. 30km), including transformers, panels, disconnects, and UPS systems
  • Supply, install, and commission the fibre optic communications system for the CBTC system equipment (Approx. 30km)
  • Provide CAD asbuilts for work completed and all custom parts and equipment mountings design built
  • Perform a 94 LRT vehicle (train) equipment and wiring installation, including retrofit of existing mechanical and controls systems for the onboard CBTC equipment
  • Coordinate receiving, warehousing, logistics, and QA inspections for all client supplied equipment and material

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