Metro Trains Melbourne
Sydney Metro Northwest
Canberra Light Rail

Our projects

Operating as U-Go Mobility UGL has partnered exclusively with Go-Ahead, one of the UK’s leading public transport providers, to bring the world’s best operational technologies, systems and practices to Australia. In 2018 Go-Ahead was appointed as Systems Integrator for Transport for NSW Sydney Digital Systems Program. UGL provides our international partners with local knowledge, locally based operational support teams, IR capability and technical expertise.
The Canberra Metro light rail line includes dual tracks with 13 stops and trip duration of 24 minutes. Services operate at 6 minute intervals during peak periods and every 15 minutes off-peak. In the first year of operation after the successful launch in April 2019, Canberra Metro has carried an average of 15,000 weekday commuters and over 4.2 million passengers in total. UGL, as a member of the Canberra Metro Operations JV (CMO) consortium, provides operations and maintenance services to Transport Canberra over a 20-year concession period. 
As part of the UGL Metro Trains Melbourne (MTM) Joint Venture, UGL operates and maintains Melbourne’s metropolitan passenger services. MTM operates and maintains 865km of Melbourne’s metropolitan rail network tracks, which carries over 230 million passengers annually. MTM manages train operations, rollingstock and rail infrastructure maintenance, asset management and rail capital works delivery, train control, depots, stations, structures and facilities. 
The Sydney Metro Northwest is Sydney’s largest ever rail project, comprising 35 km of new metro line, 15.5 km long twin bored tunnels and 6.5 km of surface track and viaducts. It features Australia’s first driverless trains, operating at four-minute headways, and first use of platform screen doors. Customers don’t need timetables, they just turn up and go. As a key technical and operational partner within the Metro Trains Sydney (MTS) Joint Venture, UGL operates and monitors metro trains services. The contract also includes maintenance of rail infrastructure, control room, operating systems and rolling stock. 
As part of the Torrens Connect JV, UGL provides the North - South tram and bus passenger services in Adelaide. Torrens Connect also delivers operations and maintenance services on the North – South Adelaide bus and tram network, managing over 200 buses, 24 trams, 15 km of double track and 33 stops between Glenelg and the City Centre. 

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