Platforms - planning of railway stations, Mechanical Engineering

Platforms:

Platforms are places where trains stop and passengers entrain and detrain. For BG operations, the length of the platform should be about 30 m.

Figure gives the typical cross-section of a platform for a BG track.

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Figure : Cross-section of a Platform

The platform should be ramped at a gradient of 1 in 6 at the ends.

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