Signals & Communication Projects
PNR RailWorks installed single-track centralized traffic control (CTC) with sidings and intermediates for CN between Jasper, Alberta, and Prince George, British Columbia.
PNR RailWorks served as the prime subcontractor as the Signals & Communications division installed a new centralized traffic control (CTC) siding for VIA Rail at Alexandria Station in Ontario.
PNR RailWorks Signals & Communications division upgraded signals for the Edmonton, Alberta, light rail transit (LRT) system, giving the 30-year-old Northeast LRT line a new electronic system.
PNR RailWorks provides complete track and signal maintenance for approximately 24 miles of Class 3 track for “Port Sub,” part of Port Metro Vancouver.
PNR RailWorks installed an advanced centralized traffic control (CTC) system and upgraded safety protection at 21 VIA Rail crossings on the Chatham Subdivision.
PNR RailWorks served as the general contractor to construct a commuter extension on GO Transit’s Bradford to Barrie line in Ontario.
PNR Railworks upgraded QNS&L’s centralized traffic control (CTC) system, which was more than 50 years old, to a new electronic system along the entire 250-mile line.
PNR RailWorks supplemented CN’s signal division in the busy Toronto rail corridor. Support crews performed a range of S&C tasks, including installing signal bungalows, cables and switch heaters.
The Edmonton Transit System added a $675 million, 7.8-km light rail transit (LRT) extension to the southern portion of the metro area. PNR RailWorks performed both track construction and signal work on the project.
GO Transit has helped upgrade the signal system on the rail lines servicing Union Station in Toronto, Ontario. This work is part of a $200 million track and signal upgrade for Union Station, the busiest railway station in Canada. PNR RailWorks provided preliminary support by installing switch heaters and signal cable at Union Station.