We worked closely with Dyer and Butler and DLR, drawing on our extensive experience of working on similar schemes in the rail sector to install, commission and handover a fully compatible SISS at each station.
During busy periods passengers are often dropped off at the front of the station, despite the area being restricted to bus parking. As a result a number of near misses have been recorded between vehicles and pedestrians. In an attempt to dissuade drivers from using this unsafe area to set down passengers, it was agreed that Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology should be installed...
Edinburgh Gateway is a new interchange hub proving joined up transfers from the ScotRail network directly onto Edinburgh Trams for travel to Edinburgh Airport. The station comprises two 265-metre platforms that can accommodate 10-coach trains and a 1,500 square-metre floor area.
The Elizabeth line will transform rail transport in London and the south east, increasing central London rail capacity by 10 per cent. This will reduce congestion and allow for more comfortable journey conditions. Congestion at many London Underground stations will be reduced, even for those that are not on the Elizabeth line route.
Our contract with NWR demands a daily audit (Working days) of the operational status of every single image. This is for a period of three years, paid in advance. The equipment warranty is for five years. This includes record of electronic transfer of the image, the time to transfer, and the quality of the image to be fit for the intended visual purpose.
Working on behalf of RTK Instruments Ltd, the aim of the Chalfont Grove Media Centre project was to install a system with the capability to monitor all supplies and equipment to eliminate failures and improve response times.
The project includes the creation of two new ticket halls at street level – one at Davies Street, the other at Hanover Square. The new satellite ticket hall connects to the existing station via an existing subway.
The St Chad’s and Queensway tunnels closed to all traffic. The closures of the 40-year-old tunnels enabled work on structural modifications, upgrading fire protection and improving the lighting and general appearance to take place.
Whitechapel station is an important interchange for both the Hammersmith & City and District lines and London Overground. As part of the Crossrail project, the station is undergoing a major remodelling to accommodate the new Elizabeth line.
L.B. Foster Telecoms fulfilled an essential role as the main supplier to Laing O’Rourke, carrying out Station Information & Surveillance Systems (SISS) and Building Management System works at Crossrail’s Liverpool Street station.