Rail ClearRoute Sections
Rail ClearRoute Sections Summary:
We can issue ClearRoute SCO files with attribute information as part of our survey of Signal gantries, retaining walls, bridges, tunnel or underbridge girders.
When rail surveys involve amendments to the alignment of tracks, Network Rail usually specify the provision of clearRoute ‘sco’ files. Clearoute ‘sco’ files are in ascii text file format for checking that the kinematic envelope of a train is clear from any given obstruction.
Obstructions may be retaining walls, bridges, tunnels, signals or any fixed structure that may clash with the passage of a train.
We can supply clearance profiles in ‘sco’ file clearoute format for use by track alignment design engineers. We employ a number of different survey techniques and office based data processing routines to compute the data and are proficient in the field at identifying potential clearance issues (specified or un-specified).
- Amberg GRP system FX Helical laser scanning from a trolley – Ideal for complex structures, tunnels and stations
- Reflectorless total stations
- LaserRail Laser sweep for one off laser sweeps, logging SCO directly
Examples of relevant experience include:
70 miles of structures on S2SP project
For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to us on 01743 875 000.