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Location: Oklahoma City, OK
Owner: City of Oklahoma City
Client: Herzog/Stacy and Witbeck JV
Contract Value: $13,000,000
Year Completed: 2018
Sector: Rail & Mass Transit

▪︎ Traction Power Systems
▪︎ Overhead Contact Systems
▪︎ Train Control Systems
▪︎ Communications Systems
▪︎ Electrical Systems
▪︎ Operations Control Center
▪︎ Construction in Downtown Urban Environment

The Oklahoma City Streetcar project forms two major loops over 4.6 miles in downtown Oklahoma City. The C3M team installed overhead contact systems (OCS) and rail signaling systems for the project. The team’s scope of work also included the installation of six prefabricated traction power substations and 243 OCS poles to support 18,000 feet of OCS contact wire, as well as 22 passenger information displays and signaling at five track switch locations. An Operations Control Center was provided to allow remote control and monitoring of traction power and communications systems.

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