The Limmattalbahn (tram) will solve the traffic problems in the Limmattal sustainable and ensure the necessary capacity in public transport. In 2022 it connects the municipalities with each other and with the city of Zurich and on the other hand Limmattalbahn becomes the most important shuttle service for the S-Bahn in the Limmattal.
ENOTRAC was a member of an engineering joint venture to plan and realise the new tramway Limmattalbahn from Altstetten to Killwangen. ENOTRAC developed in several stages from the preliminary project to the complete project documentation including a cost estimate for the power supply for traction and 50 Hz installations. The work covered rectifier substations, the power supply for stations, feeder cables, earthing and stray current protection.
The approved system was subsequently tendered out and ENOTRAC took over the representation of the awarding authority for the electrical systems. ENOTRAC supports LTB during execution and commissioning, testing and approval of the built equipment’s. It is important, together with other specialist divisions, to ensure that the requirements for the railway technology are met in terms of functionality, quality, costs and deadlines. The work was carried out within the engineering joint venture ZüriWest.
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