A different signal is used in its place, ideally on the same post, if a signal is not visible to the driver due to the existence of an impediment, such as an overbridge or a high structure. This signal, referred to as the co-acting signal, functions in tandem with the original signal as an exact duplicate.
A repeater signal is placed in a suitable location behind the main signal when a signal cannot be seen by the driver from a sufficient distance due to a severe curve or for any other cause, or when the guard of the train cannot see the signal from his position at the back of a platform.
The Canada Rail Signaling Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
To provide signalling equipment for the Confederation Line Extension project in Ottawa, Canada, East-West Connectors has contracted with Thales. The light-rail Confederation Line Extension, which is part of the O-second Train’s stage, is being constructed by East-West Connectors.
According to the agreement, Thales will supply the expansion with its SelTrac Communications-based Train Control (CBTC) system. The stage one transportation solution for the O-Train also includes the SelTrac CBTC technology.
Each train’s control units must be integrated, guideway equipment must be installed, stage one operations must be integrated, and the system must be commission.
With the stage two Confederation Line extension, the 13-station current line will be extended to Trim Road in the east, Baseline Road in the west, and Moodie Drive in the northwest.
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