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Metro Rail Restricted Manual Mode | Cut Out Mode | Low Speed Cut Out Mode |Run on Sight Mode

Metro Rail General Rules

Restricted Manual Mode(1) The Restricted Manual Mode is the default mode of operation and is automatically initiated, when the automatic train control train borne equipment is first powered and it remains in operation until sufficient conditions have been met to allow for a transfer to Coded Manual Mode.

(2) The Restricted Manual Mode shall be used-
(a) to operate trains in depots.
(b) following an emergency brake application on main line, and absence of cab signals.

(c) for entry to and up to exit from the depot; and
(d) on instructions from Traffic Controller.

(3) In Restricted Manual Mode, the train speed shall be limited to a maximum of twenty five kilometer per hour enforced by on board Automatic Train Protection equipment.

(4) All platform screen doors, where provided, will have to be operated manually by the Train Operator from the local panel provided near the train cab at the platform.

(5) The Train doors on the correct side will also have to be operated manually by the Train Operator.

Cut Out Mode –(1) The “Cut Out” Mode, is intended for use in case of complete failure of train borne signaling and train control system and in such mode the train speed shall be restricted to twenty five kilometer per hour, unless special provision is made as under-

(i) Low Speed Cut Out Mode – this is the default mode of operation in Automatic Train Control Cut-out condition, in which the propulsion system would cut out traction of the train above twenty five kilometer per hour speed and the Train Operator shall manually drive the train in accordance with the line-side signals and shall monitor and limit the speed of the train if it exceeds twenty five kilometer per hour speed, by service brake or emergency brake application.

(ii) High Speed Cut Out Mode – this mode, where provided, shall be employed only under specific instructions from the Operations Control Center, in which the operation in Automatic Train Control Cut-Out condition the propulsion system would cut out traction of the train above forty kilometer per hour and. the Train Operator shall manually drive the train in accordance with the line-side signals and shall monitor and limit the speed of the train if it exceeds forty kilometer per hour, by service brake or emergency brake application.

(2) In Cut Out modes, the train shall be operated by the Train Operator in accordance with line side signals and o n Radio verbal instructions from the Traffic Controller.

(3) Running of trains on mainline in Cut Out Mode is permitted only under instructions of the Traffic Controller.

(4) All platform screen doors, where provided, shall have to be operated manually by the Train Operator from the local panel provided near the train cab at the platform.

(5) The train doors on the correct side shall also have to be operated manually by the Train Operator. 

Run on Sight Mode –In Run on Sight Mode, which only operates in the absence of Automatic Train Protection signals from the track, the train is driven manually on line of sight and the speed is limited by Automatic Train Protection system to a maximum of twenty five kilometer per hour. When Automatic Train Protection signals from track are received, this mode automatically changes to Coded Manual Mode.

 

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