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Types of track structures

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Rail Track Systems RHEDA 2000® – A PROVEN SYSTEM


WITH WORLDWIDE REFERENCE PROJECTS

MAXIMUM RELIABILITY AND SAFETY IN PLANNING, THE NEXT TECHNOLOGICAL STEP: BALLASTLESS TRACK
CONSTRUCTION, AND OPERATION WITHOUT CONTINUOUS REINFORCEMENT
Over the past 40 years, ballastless railway track has devel- An additional system solution is the new ballastless track sys
oped from a niche product to internationally proven standard tem without continuous reinforcement. In its structural de

Ballasted Track Ballast-less Track technology in the new construction of railway lines with spe-
cial requirements. One of the most influential systems for ap-
sign and functional principle, it matches the current state
of the art in construction of transportation infrastructure –
plication of ballastless track with main-track sleepers is the whereas, in contrast to the RHEDA 2000® system until now
RHEDA family of ballastless tracks. RAIL.ONE holds the pat- it has eliminated continuous reinforcement. This elimination
ents for the latest and highest development stage of the of reinforcement enables shortening of construction time and
RHEDA 2000® model and of the RHEDA Berlin system. reduction in costs. This modification has also minimized un
The RHEDA 2000® system, as well as other models with wanted effects of the reinforcement on railway signalling sys

a. Concrete Sleepers i. Embedded Rail RHEDA technology, have until now been installed in more than
10 countries, in more than 2,000 km of tracks, and for more
than 150 turnouts and rail expansion joints. The required offi-
tems and on the electrical grounding facilities. Analogous to
roadway construction, this new track system features provi
sion of lateral dummy joints that enable controlled formation
cial approval has been obtained for each of the applications of of cracks in the concrete track-supporting layer. These joints
RHEDA 2000®, including a Certificate of Conformity in accor- are sealed to prevent the intrusion of water. The transfer o
dance with European Union Directive 96/48 (Version 2001), for lateral forces, previously enabled by aggregate interlock, is

b. Wooden Sleepers ii. Booted Sleeper the line from Amsterdam to the Belgian border. The use of the
RHEDA 2000® system for the most widespread high-speed
train systems – the Shinkansen, TGV/Thalys und ICE – and for
now provided by bolt anchors. Furthermore, the higher con
crete grade C35/45 can be used, instead of the grade C30/37
employed until now. This achieves greater resistance to frost
the LZB, ETCS, and UM 71 signal systems – verifies the com- which in turn leads to longer life cycles. Ballastless track with
patibility of this ballastless system. On the basis of the ex- out continuous reinforcement can be executed either with o
tensive and widely varied experience gained with the RHEDA without a hydraulically bonded layer.
2000® system, it offers a maximum of security for every user:

c. Steel Sleepers iii. Cast-in Sleeper starting with the planning and approval phase, including in-
stallation, and extending to operation.

track joints (filled with


sealing compound)

iv. Floating Slab concrete track-supporting


layer 240 mm

v. Resilient Baseplate provision of bolt anchor


fittings for the joints
hydraulically bonded layer 300 mm

ballast supporting layer

Concrete Slab

Concrete Plinth

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T Track System offers the lowest cost functional system

Resilient system with high operational availability


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RHEDA 2000® – A PROVEN SYSTEM


WITH WORLDWIDE REFERENCE PROJECTS

MAXIMUM RELIABILITY AND SAFETY IN PLANNING, THE NEXT TECHNOLOGICAL STEP: BALLASTLESS TRACK
CONSTRUCTION, AND OPERATION WITHOUT CONTINUOUS REINFORCEMENT
Over the past 40 years, ballastless railway track has devel- An additional system solution is the new ballastless track sys-
oped from a niche product to internationally proven standard tem without continuous reinforcement. In its structural de-

High%
technology in the new construction of railway lines with spe- sign and functional principle, it matches the current state
cial requirements. One of the most influential systems for ap- of the art in construction of transportation infrastructure –
plication of ballastless track with main-track sleepers is the whereas, in contrast to the RHEDA 2000® system until now,
RHEDA family of ballastless tracks. RAIL.ONE holds the pat- it has eliminated continuous reinforcement. This elimination
ents for the latest and highest development stage of the of reinforcement enables shortening of construction time and
RHEDA 2000® model and of the RHEDA Berlin system. reduction in costs. This modification has also minimized un-
The RHEDA 2000® system, as well as other models with wanted effects of the reinforcement on railway signalling sys-
RHEDA technology, have until now been installed in more than tems and on the electrical grounding facilities. Analogous to
10 countries, in more than 2,000 km of tracks, and for more roadway construction, this new track system features provi-
than 150 turnouts and rail expansion joints. The required offi- sion of lateral dummy joints that enable controlled formation
cial approval has been obtained for each of the applications of of cracks in the concrete track-supporting layer. These joints
RHEDA 2000®, including a Certificate of Conformity in accor- are sealed to prevent the intrusion of water. The transfer of
dance with European Union Directive 96/48 (Version 2001), for lateral forces, previously enabled by aggregate interlock, is

Cost%of%Maintenance%
the line from Amsterdam to the Belgian border. The use of the now provided by bolt anchors. Furthermore, the higher con-
RHEDA 2000® system for the most widespread high-speed crete grade C35/45 can be used, instead of the grade C30/37
train systems – the Shinkansen, TGV/Thalys und ICE – and for employed until now. This achieves greater resistance to frost,
the LZB, ETCS, and UM 71 signal systems – verifies the com- which in turn leads to longer life cycles. Ballastless track with-
patibility of this ballastless system. On the basis of the ex- out continuous reinforcement can be executed either with or
tensive and widely varied experience gained with the RHEDA without a hydraulically bonded layer.
2000® system, it offers a maximum of security for every user:
starting with the planning and approval phase, including in-
stallation, and extending to operation.

track joints (filled with


sealing compound)

concrete track-supporting
layer 240 mm

Low%
provision of bolt anchor
hydraulically bonded layer 300 mm
fittings for the joints

ballast supporting layer

Low% High%
Cost%of%Investment%and%Renewal%
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Ballasted Track
Rails

Isolators

Fasteners

Track Conventional Ballasted Track


Superstructure
Sleeper Pads

Concrete Sleepers

Crushed Stone
Resilient 'Ballast'

Wider
Railway Track
Standard Formation
Track Layer Works
Sub-Structure
Drainage

on Embankment

Bulk Earthworks at Grade

Civil in Cutting
Construction
Works Tunnel
Structures Bridge
Station

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T Track System

Lighter Rails

Isolators

Fasteners
Track
Superstructure Tubular Modular Track

Resilient Track Pad

Ballast-less Beam
Track Modules
Narrower
Railway Track Standard Formation
Track Layer Works
Sub-Structure
Drainage

on Embankment
Reduced Bulk
at Grade
Earthworks
Civil in Cutting
Construction
Works Smaller Tunnels
Structures Lighter Bridges

Station

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Tubular Modular Track

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Tubular Modular Track detail showing Vossloh Fastenings

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Tested, certified, accepted and implemented

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T Track is a proven system

•  Total: 662 km track installed above and below ground:


•  1 billion gross tonnes of underground traffic
•  2 billion gross tonnes of surface traffic

•  Surface traffic over 24 years


•  470,000 hours or 53 years of train bearing
•  125 billion gross tonne kilometers of freight and passenger
traffic

•  Highest work rate:


•  Up to1.5 million gross tonnes per week on the coal export
line in South Africa

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South Africa

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Namibia*(76*km*Namib*desert*track)*
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South Africa (26 tonne axle load ~70 Mtpa Coal exports)

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South Africa (26 tonne axle load ~70 Mtpa Coal exports) ..3

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South Africa (26 tonne axle load ~70 Mtpa Coal exports) ..4

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South Africa (Metro)..5

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Saudi*Railway*Organisa`on*

SRO*cer`fied*test*sec`on*
near*Haradh*in*Saudi*
Arabia*

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Saudi Railway Organisation .. 2

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Saudi Railway Organisation .. 3

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Saudi Arabia railway line comparison

T Track on SRO line Sand contaminated ballast


remains totally resilient resilience on SAR
north south lines
Haradh after 5 years CTW*300*ader*6*months*

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Independent Assessment
 
  of Current Sand Mitigation Proposals
 
 
  Cleaning 
“The South African design
Document Status     
(T Track)
 
 
is considered
  For Approval  X   
as one
 
of the
ballast KSA 

cheapest design available on the market  and it is now in trial on


the Saudi railways for about 900 m at Haradh siding.”
 

The slab track is an alternative solution, ballast less and with reduced maintenance costs, but 1.5 to 2 times 
UNION RAILWAY 
more expensive in first cost (construction cost). In Saudi Arabia the slab track cost is estimated more than 5 
times  the  ballast  track  due  to  the  cement  cost,  the  availability  of  experienced  contractors  in  ballast  track 
construction…..  STAGE 0: SHAH‐HABSHAN‐RUWAIS LINE 
  
A  multitude  of  different  design  types  of  slab  track  has  been  developed  worldwide  (mainly  in  Japan,  and 
Germany) but the south African design (T‐Track) is considered as one of the cheapest design available on the 
Independent Assessment of Current Sand Mitigation Proposals 
market and it is now in trial on the Saudi railways for about 900 m at Haradh siding. 
 
 

KSA         
 
 
Prepared:  Mahmoud Cheikh  19‐DEC‐10 
    Mitigation Expert         
   
 
 
John Berry 
Verified/Checked:        20‐DEC‐10 
    Project Controls Manager         
 
 
Approved:    John Newby          21‐DEC‐10 
    Project Manager         
 
 
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The German company Bayer proposes foam to protect the ballast against contamination, after solidification     Confiden'al*
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Level Crossings

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Level Crossings ..2

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Turnouts (Metro 80MGT per annum @ 90% maintenance saving to ballasted)

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Turnouts (26 TAL 105 MGT per annum @ 50% maintenance saving to ballasted)

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Turnouts ..2

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Turnouts (26 TAL 105 MGT per annum @ 50% maintenance saving to ballasted)

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Turnouts ..3

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Cable%duct%for%fibre%op=c%telecommunica=ons%and%local%power%to%points%machines%%

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With T-Track on natural ground level

41% saving on excavation


41% saving on layer works
100% saving on ballast

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CAPEX: T Track vs. Ballasted Track Benchmark (South Africa)

CAPEX% Civil%Construc=on%Works%Package%1% Track%Works%Package%2%


T Track%System% 15%* 0%*

Ballasted%Track*
Bidder*1* 0%* 0%*
Bidder*2* 8%* 6%*
Bidder*3* 12%* 16%*
Bidder*4* 29%* 35%*
Bidder*5* 50%* 52%*
Bidder*6* 60%* 69%*
Bidder*7* 71%*
Technical:* Commercial:*
•  68km*with*railhead*both*ends* •  World*Bank*Tender*Rules*
•  1,067mm*gauge;*26*Tonnes*per*Axle* •  Separate*Work*Packages*
•  Rail*aVached*Quarry*at*one*end* •  Inclusive*bids,*no*free*issue*materials*
•  One*220m*bridge* •  SA,*EU*&*Chinese*bidders*prequalified*
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OPEX: T Track vs. Ballasted Track Benchmark (South Africa)

OPEX% T Track%System% Ballasted%Track%


South*Africa*20TAL*(10MGT*pa)* 33%* 100%*
South*Africa*26TAL*(10MGT*pa)* 30%* 100%*
South*Africa*Metro* 20%* 100%*

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No need for quarries to provide ballast for the track structure

!* ENVIRONMENT%!%

!* !*CURRENT ONGOING RAIL


CONSTRUCTION

Tamping with the Plasser 09-3X

!* !*
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Ballast challenges – Diesel spillage seeps through ballast in drainage

ENVIRONMENT !

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Environmental spillage mitigation at Ermelo Yard

ENVIRONMENT%!%

!*
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T Track (Tubular Modular Track) emits the lowest Low Carbon Emissions

Service!Life!Emissions!of!Rail!Track!Structures!
Tubular!Modular!Track!benchmarked!to!University!of!Cambridge!study!!
(Assessing(the(CO2(impact(of(current(and(future(rail(track(in(the(UK,(Milford,(R.L(and(Atwood,(J.M.,(
TransportaCon(Research(Part(D:(Transpor(
55.00'
!Construc*on!+!Maintenance!+!End-of-Life!!(kg!C02!+!S02!!+!C2!H2)!/!metre!year)!

50.00'

45.00'

40.00'

35.00'

30.00'

25.00'

20.00'

15.00'

10.00'

5.00'

0.00'
Double< Quadruple<
Single'headed' Double<
Concrete' BB'embedded' Hardwood' SoAwood' headed' headed'
Tubular' headed' Steel'sleeper'
sleeper'track' rail'track' sleeper'track' sleeper'track' embedded' embedded'
Modular' conven>onal' track'(CBT)'
(CBT)' (Slabtrack)' (CBT)' (CBT)' rail'track' rail'track'
Track'(TMT)' track'(CBT)'
(Slabtrack)' (Slabtrack)'
10'EMGTPA' 7.26' 16.56' 17.6' 12.2' 18.6' 19.54' 18.23' 13.6' 12.7'
60'EMGTPA' 8.45' 36.32' 30.2' 26' 40.12' 48.61' 39.86' 21.4' 19.2'
Rail!Track!Structure!Types!

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Reasons to prefer T Track over conventional Ballasted Track

CHARACTERISTIC! BALLASTED TRACK (CBT) ! BALLASTLESS T‑TRACK!


Frequent maintenance for
Maintenance Input. " No frequent maintenance for geometry. "
geometry. "
Relatively low construction cost but
Relatively low construction costs lower life cycle cost. "
Cost comparison. "
but higher life cycle cost. (Slab track systems present relatively
high construction cost)."
Elasticity is achieved through use of
Elasticity. " High elasticity due to ballast. " rubber pads and other artificial
materials. "
Good riding comfort at speeds up Excellent riding comfort even at speeds
Riding Comfort. "
to 250 – 280 km/h. " greater than 250 km/h. "
Life expectation. " Poor Life expectation. " Good Life expectation. "
Over time, the track tends to
“float”, in both longitudinal and
Stability." lateral directions, as a result of No such problem."
non-linear, irreversible behaviour
of the materials."

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Reasons to prefer T Track over conventional Ballasted Track ..2

CHARACTERISTIC! BALLASTED TRACK (CBT) ! BALLASTLESS T‑TRACK!


Limited non- compensated lateral High lateral resistance to the track,
acceleration in curves, due to the which allows future increase in speeds
Lateral resistance."
limited lateral resistance offered by in combination with tilting coach
the ballast." technology. "
Sharp horisontal curves under Rails can be continuously welded
300m radius should not be welded without breaching the standards
Curves and and must be bolted together using preventing rail breaks or "kick outs".

gradients" "fish plates".
 The heavy track structure with beams
Ballasted track tend to "slide" attached to the rails prevent any
down steep gradient." downhill "sliding" of the track. "
Relatively low noise and vibration
Noise. " Relatively High noise. "
nuisance. "
Ballast can be churned up at high
Churning up of
speeds, causing serious damage No such damage to rails and wheels. "
Ballast. "
to rails and wheels. "
Reduced permeability due to
contamination, grinding-down of
Permeability. " High impermeability. "
the ballast and transfer of fine
particles from the sub grade.

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Reasons to prefer T Track over conventional Ballasted Track ..3

CHARACTERISTIC! BALLASTED TRACK (CBT) ! BALLASTLESS T‑TRACK!


Ballast is relatively heavy, leading
to an increase in the costs of Less cost of construction of bridges
Construction cost of
building bridges and viaducts if and viaducts due to lower dead weight
Bridges/Tunnels/etc. "
they are to carry a continuous of the ballast-less track. "
ballasted track. "
Depth of Ballasted track is
relatively high, and this has direct
Construction Depth. " Reduced height. "
consequences for tunnel
diameters and for access points.
Availability of Limited availability of suitable
No problem of material. "
Material. " ballast material. "
Accessibility to road Track is not accessible to road The track can be accessible to road
vehicles. " vehicles. " vehicles "
Release of dust from the ballast
Dust pollution. " into the environment thus causing Less environment pollution. "
environmental pollution. "
Continuous beam support allows for a
smaller rail size. 

Rails, Turnout and Rail sizes are determined by its
On similar rail sizes the rail and turnout
Weld." ability to bear the axle load. "
life is doubled and welds last seven
time longer."

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Reasons to prefer T Track over conventional Ballasted Track ..4

CHARACTERISTIC! BALLASTED TRACK (CBT) ! BALLASTLESS T‑TRACK!


Cambridge University estimates
Carbon Emissions (C02 + kg S02 The Carbon Emissions (C02 + kg S02
+ kg C2H2) of conventional + kg C2H2) is less than 50% of
Sustainability" ballasted track for all sleeper types conventional ballasted track for all
in the UK to exceed 16 kg / metre sleeper types over the service life of
of track for every year of the track the track."
service life."
Suitability on the Less suitable due to limited
Highly suitable in the present and
basis of requirement availability of traffic block in the
future scenario due to very less
of maintenance present scenario of high traffic
maintenance requirement. "
input. " growth. "

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Installation Record (total 105 sites)

ITEM SITE:'GENERAL'TRACK DESCRIPTION LENGTH'(m)

1 Port&of&Richards&Bay,&RSA Wagon&Wash&Bay&Facility,&22T,&1065mm,&48kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&1&000


2 Port&of&Richards&Bay,&RSA Staging&Line,&22T,&1065mm,&48kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&850
3 Richards&Bay&Coal&Terminal,&RSA Staging&Facility,&32T,&1065mm,&48kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&2&000
4 Phalaborwa&Mining&Company,&Phalaborwa,&RSA&& Shunting&Yard,&20T,&1065mm,&40kg/m &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&250
5 Phalaborwa&Mining&Company,&Phalaborwa,&RSA&& Diesel&Loading&Facility,&20T,&1065mm,&48kg/m &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&250
6 Consul&Glass,&Johannesburg,&RSA&& Glass&Factory,&20T,&1065mm,&48kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&3&000
7 Consul&Glass,&Cape&Town,&RSA&& Glass&Factory,&20T,&1065mm,&48kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&5&500
8 Springs&Municipality,&RSA&& Industrial&Siding,&20T,&1065mm,&48kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&1&250
9 Cape&Point&Furnicular,&Cape&Town,&RSA&& Tourist&Furnicular&Tram,&22kg/m &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&800
10 Lesotho&Highlands&Water&Scheme,&Lesotho&& Tunnel&Boring&Feeder&Yards,&30kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&15&000
11 Saudi&Railways&Organisation,&Saudi&Arabia&& Main&Line&Section,&26T,&1435mm,&54kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&860
12 Transnamib,&Namibia&& Main&Line&Section,&22T,&1065mm,&30kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&76&500
13 Alberta,&Canada&& Container&Depot&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&450
14 Vancouver,&Canada&& Caustic&Soda&Loading&Facility,&1435mm,&50kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&120
15 Thabazimbi,&RSA&& Diesel&Loading&Facility,&1065mm,&20T&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&120
16 Amandulbult,&RSA&& TFR&Main&Line&Monitoring&Section,&22T,&&48kg/m,&1065mm &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&150
17 South&African&Rail&Commuter&Corporation,&RSA&& Gautrain,&Burnett&Street&Deviation,&22T,&&1065mm,&48kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&250
18 Sasol&Secunda,&RSA&& Secunda&Fuel&Siding,&20T,&1065mm&&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&800
19 Sasol&Secunda,&RSA&& PP2&Plant&Extension,&22T,&1065mm,&48kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&3&500
21 Confidential&Client MainLine&&Section,&&25T,&&1000mm,&57kg/m&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&1&800
22 Omnia,&Vanderbijlpark,&South&Africa Fertilizer&siding,&20T,&1065mm,&48kg/m &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&800
&&
General'Track'='Sub'Total'' '''''''''115'250

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Installation Record ..2

ITEM SITE:'COAL'LOADING'FACILITIES DESCRIPTION LENGTH'(m)

1 Umbungu(Anthracite(Siding,(Mpumalanga,(RSA(( Coal(Loading(Siding,(1065mm(gauge,(48kg/m(rail(( (((((((((((((3(500


2 Carolina(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Carolina,(RSA Coal(Loading(Siding,(1065mm(gauge,(48kg/m(rail,(22((Ton(Axle(Loads(( (((((((((((((1(000
3 Panbult(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Piet(Retief,(RSA(( Coal(Loading(Siding,(1065mm(gauge,(48kg/m(rail,(30((Ton(Axle(Loads(( (((((((((((((2(000
4 Uitkyk(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Middleburg,(RSA(( Coal(Loading(Siding,(1065mm(gauge,(48kg/m(rail,(26((Ton(Axle(loads(( (((((((((((((2(900
5 Van(Dyks(Drift(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Witbank,(RSA(( Coal(Loading(Siding,(1065mm(gauge,(48kg/m(rail,(22((Ton(Axle(loads(( (((((((((((((1(000
6 Broodsnyersplaas(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Middleburg,((RSA( Coal(Loading(Siding,(1065mm(gauge,(48kg/m(rail,(26((Ton(Axle(Loads(( (((((((((((((2(000

Coal'Loading'Sidings'–'Sub'Total'' '''''''''''12'400

ITEM SITE:'COMMUTER'PLATFORMS DESCRIPTION LENGTH'(m)

1 Braamfontein,Station,,Platform,13,,Johannesburg,,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,600


2 Hercules,Station,,Platform,1,,Pretoria,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,500
3 Park,Station,,Platform,16,,Johannesburg,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,900
4 Park,Station,,Platform,2,&,3,,Johannesburg,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,740
5 Denneboom,Station,,Platform,1,&,2,,Pretoria,,RSA, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,900
6 Khyalitsha,Station,,Platform,1,,2,,3,&,4,,Cape,Town,,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,500
7 Rissik,Street,Station,,Platform,1,,Pretoria,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,450
8 Kwa,Mashu,Station,,Platform,1,,2,,3,&,4,,Durban,,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,600
9 Centurion,Station,,Platform,1,&,2,,Pretoria,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,100
10 Doornfontein,Station,,Platform,1,,2,,3,&,4,,Pretoria,,RSA,, Main,,Line,,,22T,,,1065mm,,,48kg/m,,,120km/h,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,400

Commuter'Platforms'–'Sub'Total'' '''''''''''''9'690

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Installation Record ..3

ITEM SITE:'IN)MOTION'WEIGH'BRIDGES'' DESCRIPTION LENGTH'(m)

1 Grootgeluk+Colliery,+Ellisras,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++++ 60


2 ISCOR+Vanderbijlpark,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++270
3 Zululand+Anthracite+Coal,+Melmoth,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++++ 60
4 Panbult+Siding,+Kangra+Colliery,+Piet+Retief,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++++ 60
5 Koedoespoort,+Spoornet,+Pretoria,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++++ 60
6 Chloorkop,+AECI,+Johannesburg,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++++ 60
7 Rand+Water+Board,+Johannesburg,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++++ 70
8 Foskor,+Phalaborwa,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++++ 70
9 Forzando+Colliery,+Bethal,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++110
10 Glen+Douglas+Quarry,+Vereniging,+RSA++ In+Motion+Weigh+Bridge,+1065mm+gauge,+48kg/m+rail++ ++++++++++++++++++ 70

In'Motion'Weigh'Bridge'–'Sub'Total'' ''''''''''''''''890

ITEM SITE:'TURNOUTS DESCRIPTION Number

1 Ermelo(Coal(Line,(Staging(Loop,(Ermelo,(RSA(( 1:12(UIC60,(30T,(1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((((( 8


2 Uitkyk(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Middleburg,(RSA(( 1:9(48kg/m,(22T,(1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((((( 2
3 Panbult(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Piet(Retief,(RSA(( 1:12(48kg/m,(26T,(1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((((( 1
4 Richards(Bay(Coal(Terminal,(Richards(Bay,(RSA(( 1:12(48kg/m,(30T,(1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((((( 4
5 Wolmerton(Station,(SARCC,(Pretoria,(RSA(( 1:9(48kg/m,(22T,1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((((( 1
6 Sasol(Secunda,(PP2(Plant,(Secunda,(RSA(( 1:9(48kg/m,(26T,(1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((((( 3
7 Broodsnyersplaas(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Middleburg,(RSA(( 1:9(48kg/m,(26T,(1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((((( 2
8 Van(Dyks(Drift(Coal(Loading(Facility,(Witbank,(RSA(( 1:9(48kg/m,(26T,(1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((((( 1
9 Ermelo(Coal(Line,(Staging(Loop,(Ermelo,(RSA(( 1:12(Tangential,(26T,(1065mm(( (((((((((((((((((( 18

Turnouts'–'Sub'Total'' '''''''''''''''''' 40

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Installation Record ..3

ITEM SITE:'UNDERGROUND DESCRIPTION LENGTH'(m)

1 President*Steyn*Gold*Mine,*Welkom,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** ***********30*000


2 Impala*Platinum*Mines,*13*Shaft,*Rustenburg,*RSA** Underground*Track,*914mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** ***********12*000
3 President*Steyn*Gold*Mine,*Welkom,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** ***********45*000
4 Evander*Gold*Mine,*5*Shaft,*Evander,*RSA** Underground*Track,*914mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************8*000
5 Lorraine*Gold*Mine,*Welkom,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************7*500
6 Northam*Platinum*Mine,*Thabazimbi,*RSA** Underground*Track,*750mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *********165*000
7 Western*Deep*Levels*Gold*Mine,*Fochville,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *********135*000
8 East*Boulder*Mine,*Montana,*USA* Underground*High*Speed*Haulages,*910mm*gauge,*40kg/m*rail ***********12*000
9 Anglo*Platinum*Mines,*Turfontein*Shaft,*Rustenburg,*RSA** Underground*Track,*610mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** ***********25*000
10 Northam*Platinum*Mines,*Amandulbult*Shaft,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************6*000
11 Vaal*Reefs*Gold*Mine,*8*Shaft,*Klerksdorp,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** ***********25*000
12 Joel*Gold*Mine,*Welkom,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************5*000
13 Horizon*Platinum*Mine,*Rustenburg,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************1*300
14 Kloof*Gold*Mine,*3*Shaft,*Randfontein,*RSA** Underground*Track,*914*&*610mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail *************9*000
15 Deelkraal*Gold*Mine,*Carletonville,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************8*000
16 Harmony*Gold*Mine,*7*Shaft,*Evander,*RSA** Underground*Track,*1200mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************3*000
17 Konkola*Copper*Mines,*Main*Shaft,*Zambia* Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************6*000
18 Silibe*Pikwe*Mine,*Botswana* Underground**Track,***2100**&**106*5mm**gauge,*30kg/m*rail ***********12*000
19 Impala*Platinum*Mines,*Rustenburg,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** ****************200
20 Karee*Mine,*Rustenburb,*RSA** Underground*Track,*910mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************6*000
21 Rasimone*Mine,*Rustenburg,*RSA** Underground*Track,*762mm*gauge,*30kg/m*rail** *************1*000
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Underground'Mining'='Sub'Total'' '''''''''522'000

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