ADIF’s role as Spanish
Infrastructure Manager and it’s
Scope in the Haramain Project .
Fiber Optic Network: 17,500 km
 Stations: > 1,900 stations (40 for HS Lines)
 Managed Traffic: 1.8 M trains /year (2012...
Con v e n t ion a l gauge n e t w or k: 12,000 km.
H ig h Sp e e d network > 3,000 km.
1988
2012
171 million Passengers
412
million
Passengers
• Suburban lines >2,000 km
• 12 Suburban hubs in major cities
• En...
• Administration, construction, maintenance and renewal of the rail
network
• Management of traffic operations
• Network S...
• Activities related to superstructure maintenance
• Knowing the state of the track (predictive)
• Documenting its evoluti...
Activities related to superstructure maintenance
• Track dynamic monitoring
Territorial maintenance structure
areas to stock track materials, with resources for loading and
unloading stocks (cranes,...
100%
Track
Signaling
Telecom
Catenary
Substations
Earthworks
Viaducts
Tunnels
Madrid - Sevilla/Malaga
1%
4%
3%
Track and S...
Atlantic Corridor
Mediterranean Corridor
 Spain is part of European Corridors N. 4 (Atlantic) and 6 (Mediterranean), whic...
Bus Station
16.420 m2Bus Station
16.420 m2 Retail & Hotel
31.429 m2Retail & Hotel
31.429 m2
Residential
352 dwellingsResid...
Malaga Maria Zambrano
P
MALAGA MARIA ZAMBRANO
Malaga Maria Zambrano
Barcelona North - La Sagrera
Barcelona North - La Sagrera
Barcelona North - La Sagrera
Creating a new intermodal station
Green deck and
Lineal Park
High Speed Hall
High Speed Track...
Barcelona - La Sagrera Station
ATOCHA (MADRID) - SPAIN’S CENTRAL STATION
ATOCHA STATION
Totally integrated in the city, with most of the cultural premises
within a range of 1.5 Km.
Sharing Spanish experience in railway development
Saudi Arabia USA Colombia Morocco Poland Lithuania Russia
Mexico Venezue...
Haramain High S
peed RailProject Main Characteristics
Design speed - 360 km/h and Operational speed - 300 km/h.
ERTMS Le...
Haramain High S
peed Rail
Phase 2 includes but not limited to:
Operation Control Center (OCC) and Back up OCC
Electrific...
Haramain Project. Adif’s scope
• Track Construction Phase:Technological integration and
coordination of all specialities (...
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project
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ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project

  1. 1. ADIF’s role as Spanish Infrastructure Manager and it’s Scope in the Haramain Project .
  2. 2. Fiber Optic Network: 17,500 km  Stations: > 1,900 stations (40 for HS Lines)  Managed Traffic: 1.8 M trains /year (2012)  Passengers: 468 million passengers/ year (2012)  Freight : 7.5 million tons-km / year  HS Passengers: >17 M.  HS Punctuality: 98.5%  Km. ERTMS : >86,000 km.
  3. 3. Con v e n t ion a l gauge n e t w or k: 12,000 km.
  4. 4. H ig h Sp e e d network > 3,000 km.
  5. 5. 1988 2012 171 million Passengers 412 million Passengers • Suburban lines >2,000 km • 12 Suburban hubs in major cities • Ensures mobility for citizens in urban environments/areas • Avoids trips in private vehicles and traffic congestion • Reduces pollution Commuter lines: a successful story
  6. 6. • Administration, construction, maintenance and renewal of the rail network • Management of traffic operations • Network Statement • Stations and facilities Management • Capacity allocation to railway undertakings • Collecting fees and charges for the access and use of infrastructure, stations and terminals
  7. 7. • Activities related to superstructure maintenance • Knowing the state of the track (predictive) • Documenting its evolution • Asset Management Plan • Checking the quality of the maintenance tasks carried out • Keeping the data base for track inspections and works updated
  8. 8. Activities related to superstructure maintenance • Track dynamic monitoring
  9. 9. Territorial maintenance structure areas to stock track materials, with resources for loading and unloading stocks (cranes, portal frames, pits for unloading ballast, etc.) auxiliary facilities: Bays for maintenance purposes and machines reparation Warehouses Siding tracks Water and fuel tanks
  10. 10. 100% Track Signaling Telecom Catenary Substations Earthworks Viaducts Tunnels Madrid - Sevilla/Malaga 1% 4% 3% Track and Signaling are the key items to be managed € per line km
  11. 11. Atlantic Corridor Mediterranean Corridor  Spain is part of European Corridors N. 4 (Atlantic) and 6 (Mediterranean), which started operating last November 2011 European Rail freight transport. European Corridors
  12. 12. Bus Station 16.420 m2Bus Station 16.420 m2 Retail & Hotel 31.429 m2Retail & Hotel 31.429 m2 Residential 352 dwellingsResidential 352 dwellings Residential 144 dwellingsResidential 144 dwellings LOCATION AND INTERMODALITY ARE KEY FACTORS FOR ECONOMIC SUCESS
  13. 13. Malaga Maria Zambrano P
  14. 14. MALAGA MARIA ZAMBRANO
  15. 15. Malaga Maria Zambrano
  16. 16. Barcelona North - La Sagrera
  17. 17. Barcelona North - La Sagrera
  18. 18. Barcelona North - La Sagrera Creating a new intermodal station Green deck and Lineal Park High Speed Hall High Speed Tracks Commuter Hall Commuter Tracks Subway Interchanger Total area: 300.000 m2
  19. 19. Barcelona - La Sagrera Station
  20. 20. ATOCHA (MADRID) - SPAIN’S CENTRAL STATION
  21. 21. ATOCHA STATION Totally integrated in the city, with most of the cultural premises within a range of 1.5 Km.
  22. 22. Sharing Spanish experience in railway development Saudi Arabia USA Colombia Morocco Poland Lithuania Russia Mexico Venezuela United Kingdom Turkey Chile Tunisia Bosnia & Herzegovina Croatia India
  23. 23. Haramain High S peed RailProject Main Characteristics Design speed - 360 km/h and Operational speed - 300 km/h. ERTMS Level 2. Trip time between Jeddah and Makkah would be 30 minutes. Trip time between Makkah and Madinah would be 2 h. Five iconic passenger stations:  Makkah Station – 10 platform tracks  Jeddah Station – 8 platform tracks  King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) Station – 6 platform tracks  Madinah Station – 6 platform tracks  King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) Station
  24. 24. Haramain High S peed Rail Phase 2 includes but not limited to: Operation Control Center (OCC) and Back up OCC Electrification, 25 Kv – 60 Hz Catenary system 449 km Mostly Ballasted Track only specific areas have Slab track Automatic fare collection Workbases and Maintenance bases 1 Main Workshop Other technical buildings Procurement rolling stock (36 train sets from Talgo) Operation and Maintenance for a period of 12 years
  25. 25. Haramain Project. Adif’s scope • Track Construction Phase:Technological integration and coordination of all specialities (track, signaling, telecommunications, electrification, rail systems) • Track Operation Phase: Maintenance & Traffic management • Stations Management: retail, parking, facilities maintenance, …

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