Rob Parrish - Transport for NSW - Delivering high-tech customer safety with the North West Rail Link
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Rob Parrish, Deputy Project Director, Shadow Operations, North West Rail Link, Transport for NSW delivered this presentation at the Rail Safety Conference 2014. Rail Safety 2014 brought together the ...

Rob Parrish, Deputy Project Director, Shadow Operations, North West Rail Link, Transport for NSW delivered this presentation at the Rail Safety Conference 2014. Rail Safety 2014 brought together the key national decision-makers to deliver new ideas and develop innovative ways to leverage technology for safer outcomes.

For more information, please visit http://www.railsafetyconference.com.au/rs14

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Rob Parrish - Transport for NSW - Delivering high-tech customer safety with the North West Rail Link Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Delivering High-Tech Customer Safety Rob Parrish Deputy Project Director North West Rail Link
  • 2. Content §  Project overview §  Key features §  Conclusion
  • 3. Sydney’s Rail Future – Stage 3
  • 4. The North West Rail Link Project Three Major Contracts §  Tunnels and Stations Civils (TSC) §  Surface and Viaduct Civils (SVC) §  Operations, Trains and Systems (OTS) $8.3  billion  budget   Open  by  late  2019   First  stage  of  rapid  transit    
  • 5. Three Major Contracts §  Tunnels and Station Civil Works package (TSC) §  Surface and Viaduct Civil Works package (SVC) §  Operations, Trains and Systems package (OTS) §  Public Private Partnership §  Design, construct and commission all rail infrastructure, systems and trains §  Operate and maintain vertically integrated railway for 15 year term
  • 6. Customer perception of safety More visible to the Customer Less visible to the Customer
  • 7. Key  Product  Features:   §  Eight  new  railway  staCons   §  4,000  car  parking  spaces   §  Fully  automated  system   §  No  Cmetable  –  turn  up  and   go   §  Fast,  safe  and  reliable  single   deck  trains   §  StaCons  designed  to   integrate  transport   interchanges  
  • 8. Pre and Post Journey Experience Technology  Requirements:     •  Internal  and  external  CCTV  monitoring  and  emergency  help   points   •  Digital  signage  for  customer  informaCon  and  transport  system   delays   •  StaCon  designs  to  prevent  slips  trips  and  falls   •  LiUs,  escalators  and  ramps   •  AddiConal  illuminaCon  in  vesCbules  and  at  doors  
  • 9. Journey Experience §  Underground station climate control §  3 doors per side per carriage to allow passenger flow §  Platform screen doors §  CCTV to cover all internal areas §  Extra lights to illuminate transition areas from train to platform §  Open gangways for end to end visibility §  Help Points §  Real time information
  • 10. §  Grade of Automation 4 §  Monitored by a team of expert controllers at a new state-of-the-art Rapid Transit Rail Facility (RTRF) §  Platform screen doors on all platforms, making loading and unloading faster and safer §  Extensive CCTV coverage and help points in trains and stations and on platforms, with live links to the RTRF Managing Operations
  • 11. Benefits of Automation §  Safety – reduction in risks associated with human error §  Higher frequency capability §  More precise control over train operation §  Operational flexibility – allows for rapid response to meet unexpected passenger demands §  Maintenance and efficiency – optimised wear-and-tear of trains propulsion and braking systems therefore maximising economic life §  Future proofing – system designs can be altered through
  • 12. AutomaCon   30  years  of  operaCons   588km,  41  lines,  25  ciCes,   585  staCons,  4  conCnents   Impressive  safety  record   Source:    InternaConal  AssociaCon  of  Public  Transport,  2011  report.  
  • 13. Around  the  world,  millions  of  people  every  day   travel  on  fully-­‐automated  rail  systems  –  which   put  the  customer  at  the  centre  of  operations  Picture:    North  East  Line,  Singapore   Conclusion