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At A Glance

  • Client

    Denver Regional Transportation District
  • Estimated Value

    $2.2 Billion
  • Location

    Denver, Colorado
  • Role

    Traction Electrification System Design Manager

Project Description

The Eagle P3 Commuter Rail Project consists of 36 miles of electrified commuter rail with 15 passenger stations including RTD’s FasTracks hub at Denver Union Station.  The Project includes the 22.8-mile East Rail Line between Denver Union Station and Denver International Airport, the 11.2-mile Gold Line between Denver Union Station and Arvada/Wheat Ridge, an initial 2-mile segment of the Northwest Rail Line to South Westminster, and a commuter rail maintenance facility.  PGH Wong Engineering, Inc. is the overall Traction Electrification System (TES) Manager for the Project responsible for managing the traction power and overhead contact system designs.

Key Features

  • 36 miles of electrified commuter rail with 15 passenger stations
  • 25 kV ac traction power system
  • Eagle P3 is a public-private partnership comprised of Denver Regional Transportation District’s East Rail Line, Gold Line, Northwest Rail Line Westminster Segment, and Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility.
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