An ITNL Enso Rail Systems-led consortium is implementing and operating the
Rapid Metro Rail system that will connect to the Delhi Metro system through
Sikanderpur, India. Although the proposed 2030 ridership is approximately
50,000 persons per hour per direction, by 2020 the system will transporting
37,000 passengers per hour per direction. The project’s cost is $216 million.
There are six stations proposed along this rail line, with the planned standard
gauge, third rail-powered rail link proposed to operate as a one way, partially
single-track loop. Bentley Rail Track provided the company’s track-alignment
designers with the level of precision required for such an intricate project.
Parameter customization resulted in optimal planning using available resources.
Khatib and Alami Consolidated Engineering Company S.A.L.
The North-South Railway
Haditha Point to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
This $6.5 billion design project of railway horizontal alignment, profiles, and
cross sections extending from Haditha Point to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, is of vital
importance to the national economy for phosphates processing as well as for
transportation of industrial goods, products, and passengers. Development
adjacent to the railway will advance industries to the north.
Using InRail (now Bentley Rail Track), the design team optimized the earthworks
to reduce embankment/excavation and minimized environmental impact on
adjacent properties and facilities. Comprehensive surface editing, profile
creation, and cross-section tools provided flexibility in the design of ballast,
formation, roadway, and earthworks. Ultimately, the railway will reduce air
pollution and car accidents, save travel time, and facilitate clearance in ports.