Urban Circus has had the opportunity to work alongside Metro Trains Melbourne and the Level Crossings Removal Projects on the signal sighting for the Carrum to Kananook Level Crossing Removal Project on the Frankston Line. Utilising our in-house 3D visualisation tool, a myriad of data types and our Signalling Workflow Methodology, we were able to enhance and support the design, validation and approval process of the Signalling Arrangement Plan.
This paper shares our findings while working on the Carrum to Kananook Level Crossing Removal Project.
The paper is divided into three parts:
• The first part consists of the project background, an explanation of the support we provided to the Signalling Design Team as well as the results we gained in the Review Workshops attended by the Signal Sighting Committee.
• The second part of the paper introduces the Signalling Workflow Methodology that we developed while working alongside the Signalling Design Team and its impact on the design, validation and approval process of the Signal Arrangement Design process.
• The third part focuses on Urban Circus inhouse 3d tool that was used to facilitate the Review Workshops as part of the Signal Sighting Workflow Methodology and its potential impacts on the Signalling Design package.
The biggest learning for us was the level of collaboration and interaction that the process within the workflow created.
|Author||Matthew Walker & Ivan Andreevski|
|Created by||Nick Hughes|
|Changed by||Nick Hughes|
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