Securing the subway arrival platform and streetcars means installing long fronts of doors isolating the travellers on platforms, as the automatic doors open when the trains stop.
These automatic doors meet very specific safety requirements (high performing glazing, strong structures, lockings). Their running can also be controlled from a mainframe computer.
Portalp can adapt to any type of public transport: its opening mechanisms can be installed in trains driving the automatic opening of doors when trains stop in stations, with the same level of performance and security.
Subway stations of Oeiras (Portugal), Stations of Zurich airport (Switzerland), MINI METRO (Perugia-Italy)
Stations (Toulon, Belfort, Epinal, Versailles, Paris Masséna, Lyon Perrache, Mulhouse, Strasbourg, Perpignan, Arras, Valenciennes, Lille, Metz, Lorient, Pont à Mousson, Nancy, Reims, Epernay, Saint Malo, Béziers, Brest, Bastia, La Rochelle, Marseille, Menton, Antibes…)
Tignes (France) cable car, Raven (Alaska) cable car, Cauteret (France) cable car, Aspen (USA) funicular, Marmolada (Italia) funicular, Arabba (Italia) funicular...