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17 - TTC - Transportation and Traffic Control


TTC 142 - Standardization of Engineering Systems of Metro System

Code Start Date Duration Venue
TTC 142 18 July 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
TTC 142 29 August 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
TTC 142 24 October 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
TTC 142 19 December 2022 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Metro Rail network is expanding at a rapid pace around the world. Metro railways are undoubtedly the preferred mode for mass transport on high demand corridors in big and medium cities and lead to making growing cities more livable and sustainable. With the creation of new metro facilities in several cities  and in view of capital intensive nature of the metro rail projects, there is a need for standardization of metro rail systems. This course is dedicated to improving participants’ practical knowledge in order to advance the railroad engineering industry.

Course Objectives

  • Understanding track-structure interaction
  • Discussing metro rail dynamics
  • Conducting rail bridge assessment and monitoring 
  • Learning about control command and signaling operations
  • Learning about the safety specifications in railway construction 

Who Should Attend?

  • Maintenance and facilities staff
  • Engineers
  • Supervisors
  • Managers

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Technical specifications of the railway infrastructure 
  • Earthwork
  • Concrete: plain & reinforced
  • Formwork s.05 reinforcement 
  • Prestressed concrete 
  • Structural steel works
  • Foundations

Day 2

  • Bridges and structures 
  • Trench structures 
  • Electricity
  • Signaling system and centralized traffic control system 
  • Rolling stock monitoring
  • Railway cables

Day 3

  • Track geometry 
  • Rationalization of size of viaduct 
  • Super structure 
  • Substructure system 
  • Standardisation of diameter of twin bored tunnel
  • Track superstructure 
  • Track substructure, drainage and erosion protection 
  • Track foundations 
  • Level crossings and roads

Day 4

  • Safety in railway construction 
  • Noise and vibration
  • Standard mitigation
  • Principles for mitigation design
  • Safety barriers 
  • Security fencing
  • Stormwater management and drainage 
  • Fire resistance of tunnel structures
  • Evacuation facilities
  • Escape walkways

Day 5

  • Implementation mechanisms
  • Naming of stations, tracks, and other elements of the railway system 
  • Mitigation infrastructure maintenance strategy 
  • Auditing and approvals
  • Consultation with the railway 
  • Advancing stakeholder roles 
  • Dispute resolution