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Upgrading of the Stuttgart tramlines S1 (extension from Wendlingen to Kirchheim) and S4 (2 track upgrade Freiberg – Benningen) involving conservation of evidence, earthwork, track systems, underground engineering, bridges, gabion walls, culverts, overhead cables, LST, railway crossings, noise insulation, energy supply, 50 Hz system.
Upgrading of the control and safety technology on the Aalen – Ulm route to computer-based interlocking during standard operating conditions, upgrading of the route for NeiTech operation, renewal / modification of 45 level crossings, removal of 1 level crossing and replacement by a bridge, construction and conversion of 11 stations (passenger traffic systems, partly wheelchair accessible with lifts) during operational use.
Conversion of Stuttgart main station from above ground, 17 platform terminus station into an underground 8 platform through station (rotated 90°), 2-platform tram station remains, two new 2-track connections to the Filder plateau (airport, trade fair centre) and to Ober/Untertürkheim, dismantling of the 1-track Gäubahn to Stuttgart-Rohr, new route construction to the airport with new airport station (intercity + regional trains), a new sidings in Untertürkheim, a new tram station, Mittnachtstraße, 57km new track, 9 tunnels 30 km long and 55km total tunnel length, Relocation Staatsgalerie underground station.
Increasing the capacity on all routes of the Docklands light railway in East London (E14), construction of a railway bridge and a tunnel, extension of (raised) platform for longer train lengths, track plan adjustments, construction of a station, complete renovation of an existing terminal station, during operational use.
Modernisation off the complete signal technology of the Copenhagen tram network. Successive modernisation of the 135 trains currently in operation, of the maintenance vehicles and the routes of the 6 Copenhagen lines.
The Helsinki Metro was equipped with fully automatic control system. The Upgrade of the control system included conversion to driverless operation.
Construction of two track of the Metro in Riad.
60km route construction between Wendlingen and Ulm main railway station, 9 tunnels with 30km length and 40 railway bridges overpasses (Stuttgart21: Construction of route to airport with new airport station (regional+intercity))
The Gotthard Base tunnel (GBT) is the longest railway tunnel in the world at 57km and is the centre piece of the new transalpine transit project.
Highspeed link between Amsterdam and the Belgian border via Rotterdam. Equipping of the route with control and safety technology and radio block centre (RBC) for operation with ETCS level 2.
Upgrading and commissioning of a 117km long pilot line for highspeed rail. Technical requirements: fuse technology based on a SIMIS W country adjustment and ETCS level 1.
Equipment upgrade along the Cologne – Rhine/Main highspeed route with overhead cable systems, switch posts / substations, 110 KV system, telecommunications systems, control and safety technology, electrotechnical facilities.
Equipment upgrade along the Nuremberg – Ingolstadt highspeed link with overhead cable systems, substations, telecommunications systems, control and safety technology, electrotechnical facilities.
The so called “left Rhine route“ runs along the Rhine, between Cologne and Mainz. As part of the computer-based interlocking project, the Cologne – Bonn section should be equipped with electronic signal boxes. The existing railway infrastructure no longer meets modern technical and operational requirements. In the first phase, the electronic signal boxes at the Cologne West, Cologne South, Hürth-Kalscheuren are to be modernised.These stations are on the important left Rhine exit route from Cologne’s main station towards Koblenz, as well as the Cologne freight train circuit which connects the big Cologne shunting yards. Furthermore, the stations are adjacent to various routes of the Cologne hub. Modern electronic signal boxes should ensure safe rail operation in the long term.
Preparation of the Rhine Valley railway for ETCS in Karlsruhe – Freiburg section.
Conversion of the approx. 3,000km Swiss Railways (SBB) network to the European train control system ETCS level 1. The project involved adaptation work on the existing 430 signal boxes of various design and installation of the related hardware.
Automation of the signal technology and the train control system for the 21km long Cross Rail tunnel in London.
Planning, delivery and commissioning of electronic signal box technology ETCS level 2 for 1400km of the Belgian rail network.
Equipment of the NBS/ABS Nuremberg - Ingolstadt - Munich with ETCS technology, equipment of the POS (Paris - East France - South West Germany) North with ETCS technology as well as adaptation of existing interlockings to ETCS technology.
Homologation for railway vehicle project.
Planning, construction and commissioning of the locomotive fleet of Alstom Coradia Nordic for the Swedish national railway.
The invented word Velaro means the production and homologation of highspeed trains. Velaro for Russia, a family of high speed trains, produced by Siemens Rail Systems. The locomotives display the further development of the ICE 3 respectively adapted to the needs of diverse railway companies developments.
Manufacture and homologation of multisystem locomotives The basis of the TRAXX-family platform.
Development and production of a special train for the maintenance of the Gotthard Tunnel with disconnectable, locomotive assembly vehicle.