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Old December 4th, 2012, 07:06 AM   #2521
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São Paulo metro train on a regular railroad level passage being towed for modernization in Rio de Janeiro state, passers-by scratch their heads heeh

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Um trem do metrô de SP passou agora pouco por Cruzeiro(Vale do Paraíba)SP com destino a T´Trans em Três Rios RJ:


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Old December 4th, 2012, 09:32 AM   #2522
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Line 15 Monorail - forumer video sped-up full length of construction so far

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Valeu Tiago!

Acho que o erro aconteceu quando fui escolher os codecs do formato, ele ficou num modo ".avi" antigo.
Recodifiquei e ficou "viável" para enviar pro servidor, ficou com 415 megas, e uma ótima resolução!
Pena que contra o pavimento "sofrível" da avenida não tem estabilização de imagem que resolva!

Neste vídeo aos 36s, a inserção de parte de um vídeo oficial como mais um referencial.
Quem puder ver esta versão em alta resolução eu recomendo.

Neste dia fui para o Km 14 da Via Anchieta duas vezes, a imagem de tela do vídeo
fiz da primeira vez que voltei, por volta de 07h55.

Desta vez o "efeito psicodélico zoom-sky-pulse" não apareceu !

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Old December 6th, 2012, 02:06 AM   #2523
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Wow. Very nice.
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Old December 6th, 2012, 02:10 AM   #2524
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São Paulo State Government to launch bid process for two new lines (Line 6 and Line 13) this month (December 2012), plus Santos Light Rail. Next year, they plan to bid Line 18 Monorail and Line 20 (Moema - Lapa)

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SP lançará obras de três linhas de passageiros

O Governo do Estado de São Paulo lançará neste mês os editais para as obras de três linhas ferroviárias: Linha 13-Jade, Linha 6-Laranja e VLT da Baixada Santista. A primeira licitação lançada será a da Linha 13-Jade, prevista para esta quinta-feira (06/12). O trem de Cumbica terá 11,5 quilômetros ligando o Brás ao Aeroporto Internacional de Guarulhos. A primeira fase será entre a estação Engenheiro Goulart, na Linha 12-Safira, e o aeroporto. Segundo o secretário dos Transportes Metropolitanos, Jurandir Fernandes, será um trem comum, como os demais da Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos (CPTM), e está sendo avaliada a destinação de carros para bagagem.

Já o edital da Linha 6-Laranja do Metrô de São Paulo está previsto para ser lançado em 18 de dezembro. A linha será em regime de Parceria Público-Privada (PPP) e já está com os projetos funcional e básico prontos. A nova linha terá 34,1 quilômetros ligando a Bandeirantes, na Zona Oeste, a Cidade Líder, na Zona Leste.

A outra licitação que será lançada neste mês é das obras do primeiro trecho do VLT da Baixada Santista, entre Barreiros, em São Vicente, e o Porto, em Santos. A data do lançamento ainda não foi divulgada pelo governo paulista. O projeto também será em regime de PPP. Os 22 VLTs já foram licitados e serão fornecidos pelo consórcio Tremvia, composto por T´Trans e Vossloh.

Outros dois projetos em regime de PPP devem ser licitados no ano que vem. O monotrilho da Linha 18-Bronze, conhecido como monotrilho do ABC (Tamanduateí – Alvarenga), está previsto para ter o edital lançado em abril. Já a Linha 20-Rosa, ligando a Lapa à Moema, deve ser licitada no segundo semestre de 2013.

Fonte: Revista Ferroviária
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Old December 6th, 2012, 05:40 AM   #2525
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November Construction updates

Line 17


Line 15


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Old December 6th, 2012, 06:24 AM   #2526
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Accident with Line 1 trains during maneuvers. No one was injured.

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A fonte não é lá das melhores mas na falta de algo melhor acho justificável postar.


Trem reformado, sem operador no comando, acelera e colide no Pátio Jabaquara



Por volta das 13h27 do sábado (1º de dezembro), no Pátio Jabaquara do Metrô, no bloco de manutenção, após um técnico deixar a cabine do trem, a composição I 12, reformada pelo consórcio Alstom/Siemens, mesmo sem ninguém no comando, partiu, atingindo a composição A 33. Por muito pouco a composição não alcançou um técnico de manutenção que se encontrava entre as composições e que pulou escapando ileso, ao ser alertado por um grito pelo técnico que deixara o trem vendo-o partindo sem ninguém na cabine.
A Alstom é a mesma empresa que está vendendo o novo sistema de sinalização e segurança CBTC ao Metrô de São Paulo. E uma das empresas que promovem as polêmicas reformas nos trens, custando quase o preço de uma composição nova e que já teve que assinar um Termo de Ajustamento de Conduta no seu país de origem (França) por corromper autoridades do Terceiro Mundo. É suspeita também de ser a depositante de milhões de dólares retidos pelo MP (Ministério Público) suíço nas contas de um ministro do TCE (Robson Marinho) e de um ex-secretário de Transporte Metropolitanos de São Paulo (Jorge Fagali Neto).

É importante ressaltar que embora a Alstom não fornecera anteriormente seu sistema CBTC a nenhum grande metrô no mundo, mantém testes do seu sistema vendido ao Metrô de São Paulo na Linha 2-Verde, tendo inclusive necessitado da atuação indispensável dos operadores de trens. Sem eles, teria ocorrido um acidente em testes efetuados na estação Vila Prudente.

O Sindicato dos Metroviários de São Paulo enviará uma petição ao MPE (Ministério Público Estadual) solicitando apuração urgente por considerar o acidente gravíssimo. Essa situação pode colocar em risco a vida não só de metroviários e prestadores de serviços na empresa como também da população. Jamais o governo do Estado e o Metrô poderiam conceber a operação de trens sem a presença de um operador, para aplicar freio de emergência em caso de falha do equipamento.

Veja mais fotos do acidente AQUI.



http://www.metroviarios.org.br/site/...k=view&id=1276

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Old December 8th, 2012, 09:38 PM   #2527
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Sao Paulo is doing great things with it's monorail expansion.

Could someone please tell me what monorail lines are currently under construction their length and completion date. Any planned monorails would be great as well.

I realize that's a bit to ask but Wiki doesn't seem to have updated it's site and neither has monorails.org . I know there is a website but the website for monorail construction is in Portugess only. It's just with so many lines under construction and planned it's hard to keep track. I'm a big monorail supporter and Sao Paulo and Chongquin are at the forfront of monorail expansion. Also is there currently a line under construction in the Amazon? Thanks ahead of time.
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Old December 9th, 2012, 06:59 AM   #2528
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I can explain in detail later but you can take a look in my Brazil Urban Transport thread (link in my signature), the first page contains a comprehensive overview of all projects in Brazil.
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Old December 10th, 2012, 07:10 AM   #2529
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Line 18 future trajectory as seen by on-board camera

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Old December 10th, 2012, 07:22 AM   #2530
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Sao Paulo is doing great things with it's monorail expansion.

Could someone please tell me what monorail lines are currently under construction their length and completion date. Any planned monorails would be great as well.

I realize that's a bit to ask but Wiki doesn't seem to have updated it's site and neither has monorails.org . I know there is a website but the website for monorail construction is in Portugess only. It's just with so many lines under construction and planned it's hard to keep track. I'm a big monorail supporter and Sao Paulo and Chongquin are at the forfront of monorail expansion. Also is there currently a line under construction in the Amazon? Thanks ahead of time.
Now i have some time.

Lines under construction: Line 15 and Line 17


Line 15 will be the biggest monorail line in the world, transporting over 500,000 passengers/day on its 20km and 17 stations. First two stations to open by late 2013. Second batch (some 8 stations, to São Mateus station) by 2015, everything by 2017. Originally it would start at currently under construction Vila Prudente station, but in late 2012 a decision was made to extend its Western terminus to Line 10 Ipiranga station, thus providing two transfer points to the rest of the system instead of just one (Vila Prudente Line 2 station).

Line 17 will be a very connective line in the South-Southwest vector of the city, the part under construction is Phase I and will connect the Domestic Airport to Line 9 (Morumbi station) as well as to future Line 5 underground station Campo Belo-Brooklin. Later it will be expanded to the East to Jabaquara station (Line 1) and to the West/Northwest to Line 4 São Paulo Morumbi station (itself now under construction as part of Line 4 Phase II). It will transport some 220,000 pax/day.

Line in advanced planning stage: Line 18


Line 18 will start at Line 10/2 Tamanduateí station and move to the Southeastern Suburban city of São Bernardo, a city of over 700,000 inhabitants currently lacking rail service (it is served by the EMTU São Mateus BRT system, though).


Scrapped:

Line 16 Monorail was included in plans in 2009/2010 but it was abandoned/scrapped. It was to have served the north side of town, complementing future line 6.


City Hall Monorails:


In addition to the State-funded lines above, the City Hall came up with some plans for monorails mostly in the South Side, but these appear to have gone nowhere.
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Old December 10th, 2012, 09:23 PM   #2531
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Many thanks for your info.

How many KM will line 17 & 18 be?
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Old December 11th, 2012, 04:01 AM   #2532
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Derailing at CPTM Line 9

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Old December 11th, 2012, 04:19 AM   #2533
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Sao Paulo's monorail will be a world leader and in many ways a game changer. Sao Paulo is setting the trend for mass/rapid transit technology of the 21st century. Monorails have been very successful in many areas but almost entirely in Asia and by Asian manufacturers. Sao Paulo brings monorail to the Americas and Europe just as Curitba's BRT did.

By building a large system for true transit purposes and by building it with extremely high capacity, Sao Paulo will show the West that monorail isn't just functional but has subway capacity to boot. Using Bombardier for the technology is also a bonus and it can be used as a showcase for the technology and it's application.

Hitachi and Scomi are certainly big rail companies but their footprint in the West is still relatively small with Bombardier, Alstom, and Siemens being the big boys on the block and have the vast majority of the market captured. Those three companies also have large manufacturing centers throughout NA, SA, and Europe so it plays well to domestic politics of using local manufacturers.
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Old December 11th, 2012, 04:34 AM   #2534
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Many thanks for your info.

How many KM will line 17 & 18 be?
Roughly the same as Line 15, around 20km, I can't find the official count, but here is the map:

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Do you have any information on the future line 19? The light blue one "CECAP ↔ Água Espraiada" that heads north east to south west? What are your thoughts on this one and when do you expect some movement on it? Any Idea when it could go to tender and begin construction and what sections should be built first assuming it will be phased?

Very interested in any information on this one.

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Line 6 - first renders of future stations emerge. Line 6 is expected to start construction late 2013 or 2014, and its first section between Brasilandia and São Joaquim may open around 2018. Evetually the project foresees the line with over 30 stations, making it the longest in the system

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Linha 6 do Metrô de São Paulo

Descrição: Projeto Básico Estação Vila Cardoso, Itaberaba, Santa Marina, Água Branca e Pompéia.

http://www.fernandes.arq.br/#/projec...o-de-sao-paulo

























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Do you have any information on the future line 19? The light blue one "CECAP ↔ Água Espraiada" that heads north east to south west? What are your thoughts on this one and when do you expect some movement on it? Any Idea when it could go to tender and begin construction and what sections should be built first assuming it will be phased?

Very interested in any information on this one.

thanks!
This line is a very vague promise, Line 20 (Moema-Lapa) is more concrete. But in either case we will have to wait a year or two for more information.
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Overview of World Cup 2014 projects in São Paulo featuring the metro system

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0:01 Line 2 and 4
0:03 Line 2
0:04 Line 4
0:06 Line 1 and 2
0:07 Line 3 and 11
0:16 Future line 15
0:20 Future line 13
0:28 Future line 17
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Old December 17th, 2012, 03:29 PM   #2540
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Line 5 update - Santa Cruz station

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Segue algumas da Santa Cruz.

29/11/12

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15/12/12
03-) Escavações iniciadas!!


04-)Chuto mais ou menos uns 4 metros escavados.


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07-) Mais um nível da escavação e detalhes da armação das parede do poço.


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