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Signals & Communication Projects

PNR RailWorks installed and commissioned a new signal system on CN’s Kingston Subdivision between Brockville and Oshawa over three years between 2009 and 2012. The work was part of broader infrastructure improvement efforts to expand VIA Rail’s passenger service on the line between Toronto and Montreal.

PNR RailWorks performs daily track and signal maintenance on 246 miles of GO Transit track to Class 6 standards and speeds up to 95 mph. GO Transit is the regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, with routes extending to communities across the Greater Golden Horseshoe.  

One of Toronto’s busiest commuter rail arteries is equipped with new, safer signaling technology along with expanded track capacity necessary to add more trains to handle the growing number of riders.

PNR RailWorks Signals & Communications Division replaced 10 miles of overhead and underground communications cable with track codes and a Safetran radio transmission system for GO Transit. 

PNR RailWorks Signals & Communications Division is constructing a new signal room and other enhancements for the City of Calgary’s LRT on its 7th Avenue Line.

PNR RailWorks' Signals and Communications Division worked on an 8 km extension of the Calgary LRT line connecting a downtown station to six new stations along the line. 

PNR RailWorks upgraded a crossing-warning system in Brampton, Ontario.

The Signals & Communications division of PNR RailWorks modified the existing crossing-warning system in New Hamburg, Ontario, for the Goderich–Exeter Railway (GEXR).

The Signals & Communications division of PNR RailWorks has installed signals and crossing equipment associated with  crossings and siding extensions for CN in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

PNR RailWorks installed single-track centralized traffic control (CTC) with sidings and intermediates for CN between Jasper, Alberta, and Prince George, British Columbia.

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