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The new Sunshine Signal Control Centre building has started to take shape!
Two signal control centres are being built as part of the Metro Tunnel, and these two locations are where the new High Capacity Signalling System will be managed from. Located at Sunshine and Dandenong, these centres will be where signallers will support management of all train movements on the Cranbourne, Pakenham and Sunbury lines, including through the Metro Tunnel.
Control rooms inside the centres will be fitted-out with High Capacity Signalling equipment to provide a dynamic, real-time, overview of train movements across the network. Sunshine and Dandenong were chosen as locations for the signal control centres because of their strong connection points to metropolitan, regional and freight rail services.
Construction of the Sunshine Signal Control Centre will begin in early 2020 and is scheduled to be completed in late 2020. The High Capacity Signalling upgrades for the Dandenong Signal Control Centre, which has already been built, will be up and running in 2022.
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