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Investing in a lighter, faster future

Growing cities and economies rely on moving people – a lot of people.

Intermodal mobility is increasingly necessary to transit our massive populations, and rail - particularly light, urban, mass transit - projects are poised for unprecedented growth and development globally.

Of course, there is no ‘one solution for all’ approach to light rail investment and development.

In cities where light rail is making a resurgence within the confines of existing transport systems and surrounding infrastructure, project requirements

will vary significantly to those in cities with greater land development opportunities and the capability to construct new transport infrastructure.

Regardless of an individual project’s requirements, geography or budget, cost-saving innovation and responsive design and construction solutions are vital to realising the many wider economic benefits that metros and light rail systems provide when delivered effectively and efficiently.

Enjoy the read!

David Radcliffe
Industry Director

David Ness
Service Group Leader
Transport Services


Alternative Traction Power Distribution Systems within the urban environment

Author: Ralph Moulang
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Case study: Improving accessibility of light rail - CAMS in the Gold Coast Rapid Transit project

Authors: Ben Vardon; Ashley Stevenson
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Railway control room integration: risk and reward

Author: John Cranley
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Making connections – A Q&A on effective public transport links between cities and airports

Authors: Aurecon; Stuart Littlewood
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People and projects

People: Steve Liew, Country Manager - Singapore
With a PHD in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the University of Southampton in the UK, Steve is a UK Chartered Engineer and has specialised in metro, light rail, heavy rail and roads projects.
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Project in focus: South Island Line (East) (SIL(E)) Contract 901 - Admiralty Integrated Station and SCL Enabling Works
This 7 km medium capacity railway extension connects the Southern District of Hong Kong to the existing MTR network at Admiralty Station (ADM).
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Aurecon Hong Kong wins prestigious Safety Leadership Award 2014
Aurecon won the Derek Smyth Safety Leadership Gold Award “Recognising Leadership in Safety” Architect-Consultant Category for 2014.
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People: Eva Wood, Technical Director - Transport Services
Based in our Brisbane, Australia office, Eva is currently Project Leader on the Gold Coast Light Rail  Stage 2 Reference Design project.
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Aurecon wins Technical Advisor role on Auckland City Rail Link project
Aurecon has been appointed Technical Advisor on the Auckland City Rail Link (CRL) by key client Auckland Transport. Read more >

People: Jimmy Tong, Associate - Buildings
Leader of our buildings electrical and mechanical (E&M) team in Hong Kong, Jimmy's experience includes major metro and urban rail projects in Asia and the Middle East. Read more >

Dubai Strategic Transport Master Plan
Aurecon recently started work on a transport master planning project, including transportation demand modelling enhancement and the update of the Transportation Strategic and Implementation Plans, for the Emirate of Dubai.
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MRTA Purple Line (Contract 6), Thailand
The scope of Aurecon’s trackwork design services included best-fit alignment design review, track plinth/slab design, track component, stray current protection design and rail structure interaction analysis. Read more >

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