RZD specialists complete track reconstruction in Mongolia

Russian Railways (RZD) specialists have completed a programme to repair the track infrastructure of the Ulan Bator Railway.

In line with an agreement between Ulan Bator Railway and RZD, more than 100 km of track was reconstructed. Wooden sleepers were replaced with reinforced concrete sleepers, and accompanying infrastructure was reconstructed.

During the summer renovation period, Russian specialists laid 54.43 km of track, and the Mongolian track repair centre put down 54.72 km of track. Continuous welded rail (ribbon rail) technology was introduced to Mongolia’s network. Following the reconstruction of the Mandal-Davaany line of the Ulan Bator Railway, maximum train speeds on the route were increased from 80 km/h to 120 km/h.

The management Ulan Bator Railway sent a letter of thanks to Russian Railways, saying the volume of work stipulated in the contract has been exceeded. Deliveries of materials were made on time and in the agreed volumes, and thanks to the technical and professional assistance of Russian specialists, the Mongolian track repair centre was able to conduct its work at record speed.

“The Management of Ulan Bator Railway expresses its gratitude to all those involved in carrying out the programme, and in view of the experience gained from this successful joint work, hopes for a continuation of partner relations and further mutually beneficial cooperation in 2010”, the company’s message said.



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