◗ ALSTOM ESPAÑA
Metro L3 Guadalajara- The contract includes the supply, installation and commissioning of the trains, signalling and communication systems, control centre, electromechanical systems, tunnels, roads and substations.
Its auxiliary relés are present in the country in the following projects contracted in Spain: in Metrorrey contracted by CAF-Siemens and the LA and L12 of the Metro de Mexico built by CAF.
On July 30th, the concession of line 3 of the Public Transport System Metrorrey was awarded to a consortium led by CAF consortium, including the supply of 22 units and related services during the period of the grant, which will be for 20 years. In addition, the Public Transport System (STC) awarded a contract for the lease of 30 trains of 7 cars each, for Line 12 of the Mexico City Metro. In 2007, this same consortium won the award for the supply of trains for the metro network in Mexico City, worth approximately €100 million. The contract included the delivery of 9 trains with mechanical suspension. In 2005, it won the award for 30 years of the suburban railway line in the metropolitan area of Valle de Mexico. CAF supplied 20 power units. Between 2004 and 2005 it supplied 22 articulated train unit to STC Metrorrey. In 2002, the consortium produced 17 full trains, formed by 9 cars each, and produced electrical components and rolling elements for all 45 trains in the Metro of Mexico.
Mexico-Puebla rail link: Among other tasks: Preliminary Studies and Demand Study, architectural design of four passenger stations and architectural design and engineering for workshops and garages.
Since 2007 the company has deployed various solutions in the Public Transport System (STC) of Mexico DF, both on land, with the implementation of communications systems (450 km of fiber and 250 nodes) and safety systems (3,500 cameras and alarm sensors 5,000), as with 90 trains with retrofit projects, equipping them with communication networks IP, CCTV (more than 1,500 cameras) and communication line side broadband (Wi-Fi) with own solution, TebaTREN. All these solutions have been integrated into the Operations Control Centre and in more than 22 local monitoring centers. Also, this great network has been complemented with the communications infrastructure required to have cell phone coverage inside the tunnels of the Metro’s network.
Implaser developed special tiles for the platform edge combining photoluminescence with the touch podo.
In the hands of the major manufacturers on Mexico, Metalocaucho participates in STC metro (Mexico DC), with trains from CAF, Bombarider and Asltom. This company also participates in the suburban network of the capital with CAF units and in the STC of Monterrey, with CAF units as well.
Guadalajara’s Metro Line 3: Sener has developed this work in its entirety, from the prefeasibility study to its preliminary design and line construction.Detailed design of the passenger train between Toluca and Mexico DF: Writing the corresponding construction project. This is one of the largest contracts won by the company to date in the railway sector. It will consist of a comprehensive work in which Sener will develop all the tasks required for the definition of the project’s execution and the commissioning of the complete line.
◗ SIEMENS RAIL AUTOMATION
Subway Line 3 of Metro Monterrey. Siemens will supply communications, signalling and control systems.
◗ THALES ESPAÑA
Suburban Railway line Cuautitlán – Buenavista – Mexico: Thales Spain was responsible for the design, installation and maintenance of signalling systems, train control and supervision of the project. It supplied its interoperable system ETCS Level1 decentralized AlTrac 6413 and 6415 embarked AlTrac subsystem, in addition to Electronic Interlocking LockTrac 6151/L 905E and the System of Centralized Traffic Control NetTrac 6617/CTC 1000. It also provided the necessary field elements, as well as supply systems and civil works associated to signalling. Thales Spain is currently performing maintenance on all of them.
Transportation study to solve the problems concerning mobility of the metropolitan public transport system Indios Verdes – Ecatepec, one of the most saturated corridors north of Mexico DF. The development of alternative layouts for the elevated Metro was performed by Typsa (with 20 km and the architecture of 17 stations), as well as an analysis of structures, railway facilities, exploitation and railway operation and a selection of railway rolling stock.