Adding a second train platform and lengthening the existing train platform to accommodate the length of Metrolink’s standard eight-car trains. This will allow for service improvements on the 91/Perris Valley Line – both peak service and reverse commute service to and from adjacent counties – as well as improved service within Riverside County. The project also will upgrade 2.7 miles of track that are part of a future nine-mile double-track corridor south of the station.
Project Scope, Successes
PRE designed the Station Communications for the expanded platform and the new platform on the second track, and the fiber network to the new signal location.
PRE provided signal design upgrading an existing control point, signalizing an existing dark track alignment, and designed a new universal crossover.
PRE modified existing station pedestrian crossing
- Designed universal crossover, 2 intermediate signals, 2 leaving signals, one electric lock, and modified 1 control point, converted one holding signal to an intermediate, and modified intermediate signals.
- Modified Station Pedestrian Crossing
- Performed Fiber Design for the updates signals
- Performed Station Communications Design