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Marmaray
A Solution for a High-speed,
Cross-urban Application
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Marmaray Project
The Marmaray Project, a core element of Turkey’s rail investment plan, includes design,
execution and completion of the upgrading of 64 km of Istanbul’s commuter rail system
plus the construction of a railway tunnel under the Bosphorus Strait (another 13 km
section).
This significant infrastructure project will provide a seamless high-capacity commuter rail
system, an inter-city passenger service and a freight link between Europe and Asia.
The Gebze – Halkali section is part of the Ankara – Istanbul corridor and serves transport
needs not only for the city of Istanbul and its hinterland, but also for the whole of Turkey.
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Siemens’ scope of supply
Siemens’ portion of the project includes the design,
supply, testing and commissioning of:
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Trainguard FUTUR 1300 ERTMS Level 1
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Trainguard SIRIUS CBTC
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Trackguard Westrace electronic interlocking; train
detection systems (jointless track circuits and axle
counters) and LED wayside signals
•
Controlguide OCS Rail 9000 (CTC)
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Controlguide OCS Rail 9000 SCADA and
telecommunication systems
The contract also includes:
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maintenance of the trackside and rolling stock for
two years (option for a further five years)
•
Siemens’ Maintenance Management System for
staff and asset management
Trains fully operated in ATO
(GoA 2) by means of
Trainguard SIRIUS CBTC
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Project description
BC1 & CR3
CR3
Kazlıçeşme
Halkali
CR3
İbrahimağa
Yedikule
Ayrılıkçeşme
Pendik
Gebze
V1
V1
V2
V2
V3
V3
surface
subsurface
surface
BC1 = Istanbul Strait Crossing Contract
CR3 = Commuter Rail Contract no. 3
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Project description
CR3
BC1 & CR3
CR3
MAINLINE, HIGH-SPEED AND FREIGHT OPERATION
TRAINGUARD FUTUR 1300 – ERTMS LEVEL 1
T1
T1
T2
T2
T3
T3
surface
subsurface
surface
BC1 = Istanbul Strait Crossing Contract
CR3 = Commuter Rail Contract no. 3
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Project description
BC1 & CR3
CR3
CR3
COMMUTER TRAINS
TRAINGUARD SIRIUS – CBTC SYSTEM
T1
T1
T2
T2
T3
T3
surface
subsurface
surface
BC1 = Istanbul Strait Crossing Contract
CR3 = Commuter Rail Contract no. 3
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Project description
CR3
BC1 & CR3
CR3
THIS IS THE FIRST EXPERIENCE OF
COMBINING ETCS AND CBTC OPERATION IN THE WORLD
T1
T1
T2
T2
T3
T3
surface
subsurface
surface
BC1 = Istanbul Strait Crossing Contract
CR3 = Commuter Rail Contract no. 3
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Line operation
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Interoperability between Marmaray Tunnel •
and the Turkish rail network via ETCS
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High-capacity CBTC system
ATO
 Trainguard SIRIUS
High-speed line to Ankara
 Trainguard FUTUR 1300
 Trackguard Westrace Mk II
 Trackguard Westrace Mk II
 Clearguard FS3000
 Clearguard FS3000
Operations control center in Maltepe (backup OCC in Halkali)
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Maltepe OCS
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CBTC system description
Operations
servers
Signals
Point
machine
LTMS
Local
control
panel
ATP
ATO
Doppler
APR
transponder
ATS
servers
Taco
Radio
Radio
antennas
APR
reader
Interlocking
Radio
antennas
Block
processor
Maintainer’s
control
terminal
Key
Rail 9000 automatic train supervision
WESTRACE computer-based interlocking
SIRIUS CBTC automatic train protection
SIRIUS CBTC automatic train operation
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Radio architecture
BP / TCC
BP / TCC
R1
R2
C1
C1
C2
R4
R3
C2
C1
C1
BP 1 Area
C3
R5
C4
C3
BP 2 Area
Handover
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The line is divided into Block Processor areas.
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In each BP area there are two or more active radio channels.
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Hand over process between different radio areas is automatic.
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Change between different BP Control areas is seamless.
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R6
C4
C3
How does it work?
The movement authority will be sent to the train. It
will include all geo-localized and non-geo-localized
TSR data that will allow the train to calculate its
braking curve.
Radio
Interlocking
Block processor
The BP receives location
info from all trains and
the route status from the
Interlocking, and
calculates the movement
authority for the train.
Radio
Radio
SIRIUS
SIRIUS
The train is safely supervised to within its braking
curve to ensure that it can never exceed its issued
movement authority.
The train calculates its location based on reading
APRs (balises), and sends it to the block
processor via the onboard radio.
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Non-fitted or failed train
Interlocking
After detecting the non-reporting train, the
block processor will send movement
authorities to the SIRIUS train, as
constrained by track circuit occupancy.
Radio
The interlocking sends
the track circuit status
to the block processor.
Block processor
Radio
Radio
The movement authority will be sent to the
train. The safety factor will consider the
fact that a non-registered train is in front.
Non-reporting train
SIRIUS
The train calculates its
braking curve to ensure that
the end of the movement
authority is not exceeded.
A non-fitted train or a failed train
location is detected by the occupancy
of track circuits or axle counters.
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Non-fitted train detection
The movement
authority will be sent
as constrained by
the track section.
occupancy
Block processor
Interlocking
Radio
The block processor
checks if the train is a
controlled train. If it is a
non-reporting train, it will
constrain movement
authorities with physical
occupancies.
The interlocking sends the
track section status to the
block processor.
Radio
SIRIUS
Non-reporting train
The train calculates its
braking curve to ensure that
the end of the movement
authority is not exceeded.
Radio
Non-reporting train
Entry point
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Siemens
Rail Automation for Cross Urban applications
ETCS L2
Marmaray
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Crossrail
Thameslink
Madrid commuter lines
Auckland
Kolkata Metro
ETCS L1
CBTC
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Especially requirements from Cross Urban
Applications will bring CBTC and ERTMS closer
together.
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Shift2Rail is an EU initiative starting in 2015
addressing the synergies in terms of platforms
and functionalities as there are among others:
 ATO
 Moving Block
 IP radio
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Crossrail – signaling and control system
Task: enhancement of inner-city transportation and connection of main lines
Shenfield
Thickness of the lines proportional to the number of trains per hour
Stratford
Great Western Main Line
Paddington
Crossrail
Great Eastern Main Line
Maidenhead
City of London
Abbey Wood
Heathrow Airport
Quality of service: optimal utilization of infrastructure and rolling stock
S w itc h O v e r
E T C S F ixe d B lo ck
T P W S F ixe d B lo ck
C B T C M o vin g B lo ck
ETCS
ETCS
CBTC
CBTC
CBTC
CBTC
CBTC
TPW S
TPW S
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Siemens’ worldwide ETCS references
– for ETCS L1, L2 Wayside and OBU
Algeria
Morocco
Australia
Netherlands
New Zealand
Austria
1)
Belgium
Poland
China
Romania
Czech Republic
Saudi Arabia
Finland
Slovakia
Germany
Spain
Greece
Switzerland
Hungary
Tunisia
India
Turkey
Kazakhstan
United Kingdom
Luxembourg
ETCS L1, L2 Wayside + OBU
ETCS L2 Wayside + OBU
ETCS L1 Wayside + OBU
ETCS L2 Wayside
ETCS L1 Wayside
ETCS OBU
1) via TETRA
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Source: Internal; UNISIG Marketing Group, ETCS Database
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David Sanz García
Head of Center of Competence
Wayside Systems in Mainline
IC MOL RA ML WSS2
Avda. Castilla 2
28830 San Fernando de Henares
Tel.: +34 91 627 07 14
Mobile: +34 696 82 84 50
E-mail: [email protected]
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