Transport for London (TfL) is actively exploring opportunities to maximise its land for the development of new homes. Ramboll was commissioned to update a feasibility study using in-house parametric optioneering tools. Multiple design options were provided for building over the challenging and constrained site of a live station.
Double railway track from Sandbukta north of the city of Moss, to Såstad in Rygge municipality, South of Moss. This section has a total length of approximately 10 km and includes a tunnel under Moss city centre and through Carlberget. A new station will be established in the city of Moss. The project consists of more than 30 different disciplines, including RAMS. Ramboll Sweco ANS is responsible for the complete RAMS process according to EN 50126.
With 12,000 expected passengers per day, the future Carlsberg Station will become the gateway to the new urban area called ”Carlsberg Byen”. Ramboll is in charge of the assessment of the rail safety of this busy station.
Richmond station features Transport for London (TfL) District line and Overground trains alongside each other on adjacent platforms. This DEG Signal Ltd project assessed options for the fitment of alternative train protection systems at the station. This will offer TfL full operational flexibility for their Overground fleet across London's suburban rail network.
The problem of road congestion on the A605 road, resulting from increased rail traffic through the Kings Dyke level crossing, needed an ambitious diversion scheme that involved a new road and bridge, rail works, ground works and landscaping.