Dubai Metro System Enhancement Review Bid

The Dubai Metro is the world’s longest automated, driverless metro network. Its Red Line became operational on September 9, 2009; today it has 29 stations along a track distance of 52.1km. The metro’s second, Green, line opened exactly two years later. Running a distance of 22.5km, the line has 20...
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Metropolitan Line – Neasden Depot Upgrade Project

XRAIL were asked to manage and provide a design package for the first of type In-Bearer Clamplock Points in the Neasden Depot.
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King’s Cross ESTL Signalling

XRAIL recently played a key role in the design work required to deliver the new signalling changes for the End State Layout Project at King’s Cross.
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Victoria Line Upgrade Project – DTG-R

XRAIL has a number of engineers who have considerable experience of the London Underground Infrastructure particularly associated within the Design environment. Familiarity with the Passenger Information.
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Jubilee & Northern Line Upgrade Project

XRAILhas a number of engineers which are well versed with the application of the Thales TBTC System which was commissioned in 2010 for the Jubilee Line and which is now being implemented on the Northern.
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Central Line – Code Ripple Project

XRAIL were asked to manage and provide a design package to resolve a “Code Ripple” occurrence at North Acton (Central Line). Code ripple can result from the operational characteristics of the Jointless Track Circuit (JTC) receivers used on the Central Line ATP System where two successive code changes occur in...
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