Through positive train control (PTC), we’re helping passenger and freight railroads monitor and control train movements to prevent train-to-train collisions, overspeed derailments, trains moving through switches in the wrong position, and incursions into work areas.
In response to the Rail Safety Improvement Act of 2008, we developed a flexible approach to help the owners and operators of America’s railroads meet PTC compliance requirements in a cost-effective and timely manner. From full turnkey solutions to program-specific elements, we minimize PTC implementation costs and ensure that mandatory deadlines are met.
Our ability to manage, design, construct, test, commission, and integrate the entire infrastructure required of PTC is essential to ensure that railroads meet the established interoperable train control (ITC) standards. We’ve provided a range of services to help our clients accomplish this task:
Interoperability between rail companies is a challenge that we help our customers overcome. Because our clients share track with most of the Class I railroads, we have experience ensuring PTC systems are fully interoperable with the PTC systems of the freight railroads.
Our commitment to safe rail transport and innovation has been key to our success in a highly technical and complex industry. Our proven track record of various PTC system technology deployments across the country, our depth of knowledge, and our relationships with suppliers and governing bodies help railroads meet their PTC goals. We recognize that every railroad is unique, and our state-of-the-art PTC lab and growing team train railroad personnel to develop and maintain a customized PTC solution that will be fully interoperable with all its hosts and tenants.