City to Gungahlin – Stage One
The City to Gungahlin corridor is an important part of the Transport for Canberra policy, which maps out ways to deliver faster, more convenient and more sustainable transport options for Canberra over the next 20 years.
Light rail will run from City to Gungahlin, along Northbourne Avenue and Flemington Road. It will deliver high quality, reliable and frequent public transport down one of Canberra’s busiest corridors.
12 km route, 6-minute peak service, 10-15 minute off peak, 13 stops, 14 light rail vehicles, 24 minute journey time, same level boarding at all stops, 2 dedicated wheelchair spaces, bikes on board and capacity of more than 200 people.
Quickway worked intensively on the project to help deliver a wide range of concrete structures in a safe and timely manner, such as track slabs, station structures, stormwater pits, footpaths and kerbing.
Our Rail team:
- Cleaned and primed the rail channels cast into the concrete
- Surveyed and adjusted height and gauge to design
- Poured the edilon sedra compound into the channels
- Certified light rail for testing
Our Electrical team:
- Installed 11kV terminations and joints
- Installed 750vDC terminations and joints
- Completed Sections 1 and 2 of the new electrical infrastructure on the rail installation
Our Communications team:
- Installed fibre optic cabling on a tight schedule due to outages and cutovers
- Installed conduits and pits for the combined services route (CSR)
- Was responsible for the key cable installations which supply power and telecommunications to the new Canberra Metro line
CPB and John Holland Joint Venture
Canberra Light Rail
✓ Concrete Structures