Metro Rail Absence of cab signaling, Failure of fixed Signals, Failure of route setting

Absence of cab signaling (1) Failure of the cab signaling shall initiate an irrevocable emergency brake application. (2) The Train Operator shall report the occurrence to the Traffic Controller and seek instructions. (3) The Traffic Controller shall verify as far as practicable from indications on his diagram that the problem is not caused by a […]

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Metro Rail Control of Signaling Safety Communication Running Lines

Metro Rail Control of Signaling | Safety Communication | Running Lines

(1) Control of Signaling :- (i) Main line signaling is controlled from an Operations Control Center and operates normally under automatic control with routes being set and train intervals regulated by computer control. (ii) Signaling system will permit more than one train at a time in one Tunnel Ventilation Section. This can be restricted to one […]

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Metro Rail Provision of Signals Working of Signals and points 

Metro Rail Provision of Signals – Working of Signals and points 

Metro Rail Provision of Signals (1) Fixed signals shall be provided on running lines at the approach to all points and crossings of interlocked areas and located in such a way that trains will stop at a safe distance from any fouling movement or location.   (2) All depot tracks and any other tracks not […]

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Metro Rail Function Definitions

Metro Rail Function Definitions

* “Connections”, when used with reference to a running line, means the arrangements used to connect such line with other lines or to cross it. * “Continuous Automatic Train Control system” means an automatic system of controlling and monitoring train movements continuously by means of sub-systems, namely, Automatic Train Protection System, Automatic Train Operation system […]

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