Banedanmark Re-signalling the Copenhagen S-bane

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Banedanmark Re-signalling the Copenhagen S-bane

Total replacement strategy for the S-baneChallenging business case for the S-bane network20% of the networks signalling is not life expiredA total replacement cheapest alternative– Mix of technologies would be expensive,– The marginal km not so expensive with CBTC– Demand 2 set’s of OPS rules– Safety concerns– Benefits of CBTC not achievedThe right time to start of the total replacement– Northern section needs replacement urgently– Replacement with traditional signalling wouldmean higher Sunk Cost.7


Roll out strategies: risk perspectiveAchieve the basics: achieve benefits, on time, on budget, ……But SP is also the basis for all future DK rail investmentsRisk reduction:– Use enough time on test, practice and approvals.– The supplier who do the roll out need the learning too– Minimize risk on day-to-day punctuality– Adapt to the experience and needs og the supplier– The suppliers is a mirror of the national railways and are asimature as we are8


Roll out strategies: cost perspectiveAs there is no real standard, SP opted for Economy of scaleFocus on cost drivers:– TRUE COMPETITION. Buy what the industry has on the shelves. New Ops.Rules, etc– High numbers of units = cheaper unit price,– Same supplier: same solution, same interfaces, very few approvals– ”Factory production” installation (installation 25% of the cost)– Less track mounted equipment = installation outside possession hours.– Achieving learning curve effect– Optimizing possessions.– Programme managment: cost of disputes– Discuss safety level from a ”total perspective”– Choose cost consentive solutions: GPRS rather than ERTMS 1 on stations, noback-up, no shunting, development of a ”suitcase solution”9


On-board fitment strategyFull financing of the on-board equipmentFull financing of all on-board equipmentEquip all rolling stock incl yellow fleetHigh involvement of stakeholdersDetailed train specification packages + inspection trips10


The Copenhagen S-banenetwork TodayLine:180kmStations: 92Trainsets: 135Pass/day: 245 000Min headway: 120 secMax speed: 120 km/hSignalling : Relay Interlocking& ATP with speed codes (HKT)11


System RequirementsOperator led design reduces downstream risks• Business RequirementsBenefitsBusinessRequirementsSpeciification• Operational Concept /Business Process DiagramsHow to operate to obtainBusiness ProcessDiagramsOperationalConceptOther Analysisthe benefits• Functional RequirementsWhat must be done toCustomerRequirementsSpecificationachieve the benefits inaccordance with theoperational conceptsSignalling SystemProcurement12


System Requirements– 25 years Design Life– High level functional andperformance based specification(based on operational needs)– STO, headway and scheduleregulation, decision support system– Safety: SIL4 system– Improve capacity (min 36 TPHcentral section)– Interfaces with other IT systems– UTO ready– Options: automatic turnback, newfixed transmission network13


Scope: Design, Build and Maintain• Renew signalling systemwith CBTC, including newelectronic interlockingsTraffic Control CentreTrafficManagementSystem• Renew Traffic ManagementSystem (ATS)• Axle counters to replaceDataCommunicationSystemtrack-circuits• 135 passenger trains• 40 maintenance trains +TracksideHand HeldTerminalZone ControllerTrackside or TCCInterlockingTrainOnboard CBTCadditional locos• Point machinesPoint MachineTrain DetectionBalisereplacementTrack• Maintenance14


S-Bane Migration ConceptsFirm pre-conditions– The migration strategy is a line-by-line renewal– Early Deployment Scheme (EDS) with the renewal of the Northern linebetween Hillerød and Jægersborg by end 2014.– No mixed fleet after migration (trains are double equipped to operate onboth types of line CBTC and HKT)– The Northern line will be controlled by the new Traffic ManagementSystem.– The rest of the lines will be completely migrated to the new signallingsystem before end 2018.– There will be very limited interface between the existing signalling systemand the new system


Project Schedule– Procurement phase: Sep 2009 – June 2011o Pre-qualification of 5 Tenderers in Nov 2009o First Tender documents issued Dec 2009o First Tenders received Aug 2010o First Tenders Evaluation: Aug 2010 – November 2010o Tender documents update: Dec 2010 / Jan 2011o BAFO expected: End of March 2011o 7 Weeks evaluationo 3 weeks negotiation with selected suppliero Contract award: first week of August– Design Phase starts August 2011– Installation: 2012-13-14– Testing: 2013-14– First line in revenue 31.12.2014– All lines in revenue 31.12.202016


S-Bane MigrationRoll-out plan


Time schedulesPhases Fjernbane and S-bane2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022Fjernbane2021Procurement(2.5 years)Design(3 years)Test(3 years)Roll-out(4 years)S-bane2020Procurement(2 years)Design(2 years)Test(1.5 years)Roll-out(6 years)18


What does it mean for Banedanmark and theemployees ?Reorganisation during the next 10years with impact on:– All traffic management staff inBanedanmark– All signalling technicians– Train drivers with the trainoperation companiesChanges include:– New operational rules– New workplace systems– New places of work geographically19

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