Cross River Rail
Sydney Metro North West Radio Communications
Sydney Metro 

Key projects

The first fully automated rapid transit rail system in Australia, and comprises eight new railway stations, 4,000 commuter car parks and a new high frequency single-deck train system to Sydney’s growing northwest, and will now operate NWRL’s 36km rapid transit train service for 15 years.
Line-wide Work for Sydney Metro encompasses the essential systems, services, and construction necessary for the seamless operation of the entire metro network. Systems Connect, tasked with this responsibility, will deliver key components such as metro rail tracks, power infrastructure, communications systems, and signaling across a 31-kilometer underground stretch from Chatswood to Sydenham. 
The Cross River Rail (CRR) Project comprises two main work packages: Tunnels, Stations, and Development (TSD) and Rail, Integration, and Systems (RIS). The TSD Package focuses on the underground section. This involves mechanical, electrical, and safety systems, four new underground stations, and the tunnel connecting Dutton Park station to a northern portal beyond Normanby. The RIS Package handles the design, supply, and installation of rail systems, integration into Queensland Rail's network, and surface infrastructure enhancements. 
Rail Systems delivered project-wide infrastructure for the train control, signalling, telecommunications, and information and communications technology components of the Regional Rail Link, with works spanning the entire 90km alignment and including the design and installation of technology integral to a safe, efficient and reliable train network, as well as civil construction works for a 10km area between Sunshine and Rockbank.
The Gippsland Line Upgrade will enable much-needed extra off-peak services such as track duplication, a crossing loop extension and second platforms at stations that will provide more opportunities for trains to pass each other. The project includes duplicating track, extending the Morwell crossing loop, upgrading level crossings and signalling, and adding second platforms.
The initial phase of the Canberra Metro project involved the creation of a 12km track. This stage featured the construction of a depot, signaling systems, 13 stops, and 14 Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs) operating under GoA 0. The subsequent Light Rail Stage 2A aims to provide residents with an eco-friendly transportation alternative. The expansion encompasses the design and construction of 1.7km of new track incorporating a wireless track section, three additional stops and 12 new LRVs

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