Reconstruction of Yuktali station

Modernization of the Baikal-Amur and Trans-Siberian railway lines
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Reconstruction of railway infrastructure for the development of traffic and carrying capacity
Реконструкция станции Юктали

The construction of the Baikal-Amur Mainline (BAM) can rightfully be called a significant achievement of transport construction at the end of the 20th century. The specialists of Lengiprotrans were engaged in the design of BAM sections in different periods: Komsomolsk — Sovetskaya Gavan in the 1940s, Chara — Tynda in 1967–1984.

The tasks for the development of BAM have been updated in recent times. So, in 2013, the President and the Government of the Russian Federation adopted an investment project “Modernization of the railway infrastructure of the Baikal-Amur and Trans-Siberian railways with the development of carrying and carrying capacities”, which included Lengiprotrans designing several objects.

Yuktali is a railway station of the Far Eastern Railway in the Tyndinsky District of the Amur Region. Lengiprotrans has developed a project for the reconstruction of the station in connection with the adjoining of the second tracks on the adjacent hauls.

At the Yuktali station, within the design boundaries, it was envisaged to perform the following types of work:
• construction of a new single-track bridge under the newly constructed second main track;
• reconstruction of both necks in connection with the adjoining of the second main track to the station with the laying of control ramps;
• reconstruction of the existing receiving-departure track and laying of one additional receiving-departure track;
• laying of the necessary turnouts, equipping the station with a new EC system.

In March 2014, design work began. In March 2016, on the project documentation, a positive conclusion was received from the Department for Examination of Projects and Estimates. Working documentation was developed in 2016.