In 2019 Trident Rail was established with the primary goal of developing New Zealand based Signalling Testers to meet demands of the continued upgrade projects on the New Zealand Rail network.
We have over 10 years experience of successfully Commissioning New Zealand based projects in Auckland, Wellington and other areas of New Zealand.
Specialising in new works projects Signalling Testing & Commissioning we offer:
- Document Management and Control
- Creation and Management of Testing Work Packages & Certification
- Off-site Verification Testing
- Axle Counter Data Testing
- On-site Site Acceptance Testing
- Minor and Major Commissioning planning and execution
- Post Commissioning Close Out support
- Experience with various trackside equipment and interlockings
- ETCS Trackside and Onboard Testing
The City Rail Link (CRL) is NZ’s largest transport infrastructure project ever. It is a 3.45km twin-tunnel underground rail link up to 42 metres below the Auckland city centre. It will transform the downtown Britomart Transport Centre into a two-way through-station that better connects the Auckland rail network and it allows the rail network to at least double rail capacity.
The extension of the current Auckland electrified network from Papakura to Pukekohe requires re-signalling and system upgrades. New signalling will be installed to improve safety, resilience and ensure compatibility with the new overhead power system.
Westfield and Wiri are the busiest junctions on the rail network for both freight and commuter trains. The works will improve the way the junctions connect between the rail yards, EMU depot and the main line. Constructing an additional track through this area and improving the junctions between the Manukau Line, Ports of Auckland Inland Port, Auckland Transport’s EMU Depot, and the Southern Line will help to separate freight and commuter trains.
Remodelling of Britomart Tunnel layout in preparation and to enable the City Rail Link works.
The rail line between Trentham and Upper Hutt will be double tracked to create two lines so trains can travel in both directions at once. Signalling upgrades are being implemented for the existing line in addition to the new signalling installed on the second line.
Creating a new service between Ōtāhuhu and Henderson required a new platform and signalling upgrades at Ōtāhuhu to allow those trains to turn back. The platform is located on a loop track off the main line.
Automatic pedestrian gates, emergency exit gates and further warning lights and bells installed at 25 Auckland crossings.