Train World feasibility study


In the framework of the activities of Train World at Schaarbeek, the SNCB wishes to be able to operate historical trains. The L carriages must follow the current safety regulations. This project requires to study the feasibility to install a locking system on the doors that complies to these regulations, and will allow the SNCB to launch a call for tenders for installing this system.

Transurb’s Mission

This study contains the feasibility study of the possibility to:

  • Install a centralised door locking system
  • Control the locking of the doors during operation
  • Allow emergency opening of the doors by the passengers
  • Only a minimal impact on the carriages : the historical aspect must be preserved.

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