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  1. Transurb
29 July 2019

Transurb to Provide Two Rolling Stock Simulators for Sydney Trains

On the third occasion in two years, Transurb has been selected to provide ETCS training solutions by metropolitan Sydney area operator Sydney Trains and the Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW).

The Sydney Trains network counts eight lines, 178 stations and an electrified track of 961km. The suburban passenger rail operator has six ambitious strategy points to be reached by the year 2056, one of which is safety and performance.

Following the installation of the automatic train protection system (ATP) on the network, the operator sought an expert training solution incorporating the latest CGI technologies to train its drivers to ETCS level 1 Limited Supervision.

Transurb aims to repeat its past success with TfNSW in Australia and rise to the occasion to provide Sydney Trains with the refurbishment of eight Simulators replicating the Waratah trains.

Additionally, the training solution will include the simulation of a second rolling stock (the Oscar train) and two Nano Simulators, giving the metropolitan operator the portability required to bring the training to the trainees wherever needed.

Transurb will replace the actual software with its now-famous R³ simulation management software. Moreover, around 300km will be recreated to include four lines, yards, sheds and maintenance centres.

Furthermore, the provided Cloud synchronisation system will connect the simulators databases in multiple training sites across the state. This new project strengthens Transurb’s presence on the Australian market and could point to new potential collaboration opportunities in the future.

For more information regarding this project or our training solutions in passenger train simulators, please fill in the enquiry form on this page.

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