Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System

Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
T MU AM 01008 ST




Standard




Technical Maintenance Plans and
Coding System



Version 3.0
Issue date: 08 November 2018




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                          Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                              Version 3.0
                                                                                           Issue date: 08 November 2018




                                                 Important message
              This document is one of a set of standards developed solely and specifically for use on
              Transport Assets (as defined in the Asset Standards Authority Charter). It is not suitable for any
              other purpose.

              The copyright and any other intellectual property in this document will at all times remain the
              property of the State of New South Wales (Transport for NSW).

              You must not use or adapt this document or rely upon it in any way unless you are providing
              products or services to a NSW Government agency and that agency has expressly authorised
              you in writing to do so. If this document forms part of a contract with, or is a condition of
              approval by a NSW Government agency, use of the document is subject to the terms of the
              contract or approval. To be clear, the content of this document is not licensed under any
              Creative Commons Licence.

              This document may contain third party material. The inclusion of third party material is for
              illustrative purposes only and does not represent an endorsement by NSW Government of any
              third party product or service.

              If you use this document or rely upon it without authorisation under these terms, the State of
              New South Wales (including Transport for NSW) and its personnel does not accept any liability
              to you or any other person for any loss, damage, costs and expenses that you or anyone else
              may suffer or incur from your use and reliance on the content contained in this document. Users
              should exercise their own skill and care in the use of the document.

              This document may not be current and is uncontrolled when printed or downloaded. Standards
              may be accessed from the Transport for NSW website at www.transport.nsw.gov.au




For queries regarding this document, please email the ASA at
standards@transport.nsw.gov.au or visit www.transport.nsw.gov.au



© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                     Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                         Version 3.0
                                                                                      Issue date: 08 November 2018



Standard governance
Owner:          Manager Asset Information, Asset Standards Authority
Authoriser:     Director Network and Asset Strategy, Asset Standards Authority
Approver:       Executive Director, Asset Standards Authority on behalf of the ASA Configuration Control
                Board


Document history

Version     Summary of changes
1.0         First issued 28 May 2015
2.0         Second version issued 9 October 2015.
            Changes to previous content – minor formatting change and minor updates to tables
3.0         Third issue
            Changes to previous content:
            •    new document template applied
            •    incorporated contents of TN 067: 2016
            •    updated TMC coding framework for Electrical, and Signalling and Control Systems
            •    new TMC coding framework for Architecture and Services, Track, Property, Civil and
                 Structures, Technology and Telecommunications and Fleet




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                          Page 3 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                      Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                          Version 3.0
                                                                                       Issue date: 08 November 2018


                                                        Preface
              The Asset Standards Authority (ASA) is a key strategic branch of Transport for NSW (TfNSW).
              As the network design and standards authority for NSW Transport Assets, as specified in the
              ASA Charter, the ASA identifies, selects, develops, publishes, maintains and controls a suite of
              requirements documents on behalf of TfNSW, the asset owner.

              The ASA deploys TfNSW requirements for asset and safety assurance by creating and
              managing TfNSW's governance models, documents and processes. To achieve this, the ASA
              focuses on four primary tasks:

              •     publishing and managing TfNSW's process and requirements documents including TfNSW
                    plans, standards, manuals and guides

              •     deploying TfNSW's Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) framework

              •     continuously improving TfNSW’s Asset Management Framework

              •     collaborating with the Transport cluster and industry through open engagement

              The AEO framework authorises engineering organisations to supply and provide asset related
              products and services to TfNSW. It works to assure the safety, quality and fitness for purpose of
              those products and services over the asset's whole-of-life. AEOs are expected to demonstrate
              how they have applied the requirements of ASA documents, including TfNSW plans, standards
              and guides, when delivering assets and related services for TfNSW.

              Compliance with ASA requirements by itself is not sufficient to ensure satisfactory outcomes for
              NSW Transport Assets. The ASA expects that professional judgement be used by competent
              personnel when using ASA requirements to produce those outcomes.


              About this document
              This standard provides information regarding the requirements for the application of a technical
              maintenance code for all assets owned by TfNSW. This standard sets the requirements of a
              technical maintenance plan (TMP) and associated framework for technical maintenance codes
              for TfNSW owned assets.

              This standard is a third issue. This standard is revised to update the TMC coding framework for
              Electrical and Signalling and Control Systems and adding new TMC coding framework for the
              following:

              •     Architecture and Services

              •     Track

              •     Property

              •     Civil and Structures



© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                           Page 4 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                        Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                            Version 3.0
                                                                         Issue date: 08 November 2018

              •     Technology and Telecommunications

              •     Fleet




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                             Page 5 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                                                          Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                                                              Version 3.0
                                                                                                                           Issue date: 08 November 2018


Table of contents
1.      Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. 7
2.      Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1.       Scope ..................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.2.       Application ............................................................................................................................................. 8
3.      Reference documents ............................................................................................................................. 8
4.      Terms and definitions ............................................................................................................................. 9
5.      Maintenance concept ............................................................................................................................ 10
5.1.       Levels of maintenance ......................................................................................................................... 11
6.      Technical maintenance plans............................................................................................................... 12
6.1.       Candidate assets included in the TMP ................................................................................................ 13
6.2.       Application of TMPs ............................................................................................................................. 13
6.3.       TMP layout ........................................................................................................................................... 14
6.4.       TMP field 1 – TMC ............................................................................................................................... 15
6.5.       TMP field 2 – Name ............................................................................................................................. 15
6.6.       TMP field 3 – Manufacturer – name and reference ............................................................................. 15
6.7.       TMP field 4 – On–system maintenance details ................................................................................... 15
6.8.       TMP field 5 – Publication reference ..................................................................................................... 16
7.      TMC framework ...................................................................................................................................... 16
7.1.       TMC application groups ....................................................................................................................... 17
7.2.       Purpose of the TMC ............................................................................................................................. 19
7.3.       Requesting a new TMC ....................................................................................................................... 19
8.      TMC link with the asset register and asset classification ................................................................. 20
9.      Electrical ................................................................................................................................................. 23
9.1.       TMCs - Electrical ................................................................................................................................. 23
10. Signalling and control systems ........................................................................................................... 24
10.1.          TMCs - Signalling and control systems ........................................................................................... 25
11. Civil and structures ............................................................................................................................... 26
11.1.          TMCs – Civil and structures............................................................................................................. 26
12. Track ....................................................................................................................................................... 27
12.1.          TMCs - Track ................................................................................................................................... 27
13. Architecture and services ..................................................................................................................... 28
13.1.          TMCs - Architecture and services ................................................................................................... 28
14. Property .................................................................................................................................................. 29
14.1.          TMCs - Property .............................................................................................................................. 29
15. Technology and telecommunications ................................................................................................. 29
15.1.          TMCs - Technology and telecommunications ................................................................................. 30
16. Fleet ........................................................................................................................................................ 31
16.1.          TMCs - Fleet .................................................................................................................................... 31

© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                                                                           Page 6 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                       Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                           Version 3.0
                                                                                        Issue date: 08 November 2018


1.            Introduction
              The Assets Standard Authority (ASA) is committed to effective and efficient management of
              transport assets. The ASA is collaborating with other government and non-government
              organisations to continuously improve the capability, performance and condition of the assets
              over the full life cycle.

              The technical maintenance plan (TMP) specifies the maintenance requirements for TfNSW
              owned infrastructure and fleet assets. The TMP provides a comprehensive list of all the
              preventive maintenance service schedule requirements specified for a specific asset (asset
              specification) defined within the technical maintenance code (TMC) framework and register.

              The ASA manages and publishes a register of technical maintenance codes for use by TfNSW,
              cluster agencies and service providers.


2.            Purpose
              The objective of this document is to inform stakeholders of the requirements of a TMP and the
              associated framework used to link the TMP with an asset specification identified by its technical
              maintenance code for TfNSW owned assets.

              This standard specifies the framework for structuring and identifying technical maintenance
              codes (TMCs) for assets. The standard also refers to a published register containing the list of
              approved TMCs for use when developing or maintaining TMPs or when assigning a TMC code
              to every instance of a maintainable asset within an Asset Information System.

              These requirements will ensure standardised coding practices are applied across the TfNSW
              Transport Network.


2.1.          Scope
              This standard establishes the requirements of a TMP and associated framework for TMCs for
              TfNSW owned assets. This standard defines the framework for TMCs required to be used in the
              development and maintenance of maintenance plans assigned to both new and existing asset
              types. This standard also defines how:

              •     to identify the need for a new TMC

              •     TMCs are structured and grouped within the framework

              •     to request a new TMC when developing a new or modifying an existing maintenance plan

                    Developing a new TMP may result from modifying an existing TMP due to service schedule
                    variations as part of a configuration change

              The details of TMCs covering various disciplines are published on T MU AM 01009 TI Technical
              Maintenance Coding Register. It is intended that similar information for all engineering

© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                            Page 7 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                        Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                            Version 3.0
                                                                                         Issue date: 08 November 2018

              disciplines and other modes will be published in a future release of this standard. In the interim
              contact the relevant discipline lead engineer in the ASA for those discipline specific TMCs that
              are not covered in the current release of the register.

              Maintenance within the scope of this document refers to both routine maintenance and
              renewals maintenance.


2.2.          Application
              This standard applies to TfNSW, cluster agencies and service providers performing asset
              management related services to TfNSW, including their suppliers involved in developing new or
              modified TMPs for TfNSW owned new or altered assets or systems. This standard applies to all
              phases of the asset life. The standard also applies to the asset register (creation and
              management of assets in accordance with the asset classification structure – defined in the
              T MU AM 02001 ST Asset Information and Register Requirements) and the associated
              planning, scheduling and execution of preventive maintenance service schedules (defined in the
              TMP) required to be undertaken by contracted maintenance service providers. Refer to the
              T MU AM 02001 ST for further information in relation to the asset register and asset information
              system requirements.

              This standard should be read in conjunction with the T MU AM 01003 ST Development of
              Technical Maintenance Plans and T MU AM 01009 TI Technical Maintenance Coding Register.


3.            Reference documents
              The following documents are cited in the text. For dated references, only the cited edition
              applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document applies.

              Transport for NSW standards

              T MU AM 01002 MA Maintenance Requirement Analysis Manual

              T MU AM 01003 ST Development of Technical Maintenance Plans

              T MU AM 01004 ST Maintenance Service Schedule Classification and Compliance

              T MU AM 01009 TI Technical Maintenance Coding Register

              T MU AM 02001 ST Asset Information and Register Requirements

              International standards

              United States Military Standard MIL-STD-2173 (AS) 1986, Reliability-Centered Maintenance
              Requirements for Naval Aircraft, Weapons Systems and Support Equipment




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                             Page 8 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                          Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                              Version 3.0
                                                                                           Issue date: 08 November 2018


4.            Terms and definitions
              The following terms and definitions apply in this document:

              AEO Authorised Engineering Organisation

              ASA Asset Standards Authority

              asset an item, thing or entity that has potential or actual value to an organisation. Physical
              assets usually refer to equipment, inventory and properties owned by the organisation. Physical
              assets are the opposite of intangible assets, which are non-physical assets such as leases,
              brands, digital assets, use rights, licences, intellectual property rights, reputation or agreements.

              asset life period from asset creation to asset end-of-life (AS/ISO 55000:2014)

              asset type grouping of assets having common characteristics that distinguish those assets as a
              group or class (AS/ISO 55000:2014)

              availability the measure of the percentage of time that an item or system is available to perform
              its designated function (AS 4292.4)

              conditional (also potential) failure the failure of an item to meet a desired quantifiable
              performance criteria which may be either an output or conditional parameter and which
              indicated that conditional risk is unacceptable

              DMU diesel multiple unit

              EMU electric multiple unit

              functional failure failure of an item to perform its normal or characteristic actions within
              specified limits [MIL-STD-2173 (AS)]

              life cycle stages involved in the management of an asset

              OSCAR Outer Suburban CAR - NSW TrainLink H set

              reliability the probability that an item will perform its intended function for a specified interval
              under stated conditions [MIL-STD-2173 (AS)]

              renewals maintenance includes the cyclic renewal and upgrading of assets (including
              component and asset overhaul) to avoid deterioration in their condition to ensure long term
              asset performance and financial sustainability. Renewals maintenance is also referred to as
              capital maintenance or major periodic maintenance (MPM).

              routine maintenance is a collective of all preventive and repair activities excluding renewals. It
              includes planned inspections, preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance and emergency
              response to ensure the safety and reliability of assets. Routine maintenance is also referred to
              as 'recurrent maintenance'.

              rotable a component or inventory item which can be removed from a unit, repaired or improved,
              and returned to the unit repeatedly and economically

© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                               Page 9 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                         Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                             Version 3.0
                                                                                          Issue date: 08 November 2018

              TMC technical maintenance code; the TMC is used to identify the variation of unique technical
              specifications for an asset type. Assets are assigned a TMC to reflect its configuration based on
              the asset type and specification and to define the applicable maintenance plan.

              TMP technical maintenance plan; a TMP defines the maintenance plan applicable for an asset
              (assets are associated with their required maintenance plan by the TMC). The TMP defines
              what maintenance tasks are to be performed (packaged as service schedules), when
              (frequency, conditional or statistical trigger) and where the maintenance tasks are to be
              performed including required materials, consumables and tools and equipment.


5.            Maintenance concept
              The maintenance concept covering both recurrent and renewals maintenance shall facilitate the
              achievement of the following maintenance objectives over the full asset life in a cost effective
              manner:

              •     assure the continued safety and reliability of the system

              •     maximise availability

              •     minimise service disruptions and delays as a result of asset or system defects

              The development of the maintenance concept during the planning stage assures that the
              functions of design and logistic support are integrated with each other and aimed towards the
              same maintenance goals. This prevents individual components of the system reflecting different
              design approaches, which can cause incompatibility and increase costs.

              Routine maintenance shall be safety and reliability centred due to the immediate impact that
              most single point failures could have on the network and the ability to ensure safety to
              passengers, personnel or public at large. The maintenance concept should be considered as a
              dynamic statement which will progressively change over time to reflect the evolving design
              solutions, changes in the maintenance environment, changes in service outcomes and business
              objectives. The maintenance concept is related to and driven by the operational concept.

              The maintenance concept shall provide the basis for establishing supportability requirements
              during the design phase of system configuration changes and the establishment of
              requirements for total logistic support, including the determination of the following:

              •     maintenance tasks

              •     task frequencies and times

              •     personnel and skill levels

              •     test and support equipment

              •     spare parts

              •     packaging, handling, storage and transport

© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                             Page 10 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                          Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                              Version 3.0
                                                                                           Issue date: 08 November 2018

              •     facilities

              •     technical data


5.1.          Levels of maintenance
              The Maintenance Concept Definition shall identify the levels of maintenance in accordance with
              T MU AM 06009 ST Maintenance Concept Definition for assets under normal, degraded and
              emergency modes of operation. These levels shall typically be managed as on-system and off-
              system maintenance.

              At both levels, the maintenance is performed on the basis of time, operation, usage driven, on
              condition (measured or monitored) and by the correction of conditional or functional failures.

              Where renewal or replacement is by a rotable item, the rotable item is generally repaired at
              level 2 off­system.

              For each asset type/specification, the criteria for scheduling preventive maintenance shall be
              defined in the TMP. The specific tasks to be carried out shall be packaged within the TMP
              service schedules. The results of maintenance activities and any corrective actions taken shall
              be recorded in the maintenance AEO's asset information system.


5.1.1.        Level 1 – On-system operational maintenance
              In general, assets are maintained on-system. This maintenance is arranged or carried out by
              maintenance AEOs.

              Assets shall be accessed for maintenance either by reducing system capabilities or altering
              network operation such as re-routing services, speed reductions, using backup/system
              redundancy or suspending operations and providing alternate transport for customers. Such
              arrangements shall be limited to very short durations outside of peak service times and may
              require outages or possessions. On-system maintenance, which is conducted on the
              operational system in the field, shall include preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance,
              modifications, refurbishments and replacements.

              Preventive maintenance consists mainly of inspecting, servicing, cleaning, re-profiling,
              calibrating, refurbishing and modifying assets. Corrective maintenance consists of three forms:

              •     immediate corrective maintenance to repair a defective asset or component (not having an
                    operational consequence) which is conducted immediately on notification to, or discovery
                    by maintenance staff – conditional (also potential) failure

              •     call out corrective maintenance (breakdown maintenance) to repair a failed asset or
                    component (having an operational consequence), which is attended to by maintenance
                    staff called out or on standby – functional failure




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                              Page 11 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                          Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                              Version 3.0
                                                                                           Issue date: 08 November 2018

              •     follow-up corrective maintenance which is undertaken to rectify any temporary repairs
                    previously completed or to undertake corrective maintenance for those conditional (also
                    potential) failures found during preventive maintenance that did not require immediate
                    repair

              Modification, refurbishments and renewals shall be carried out by either maintenance staff or
              construction staff depending on task, access and protection requirements. On-system
              operational level restoration of function shall generally be by replacement of assets or
              components, or by replacement of consumables, or by the adjustment of out of tolerance
              parameters.


5.1.2.        Level 2 – Off-system facilities maintenance
              Where specialist facilities are required, it is more efficient and cost effective to maintain the
              asset off-system. Workshop level maintenance such as a refurbishment or complete renewal
              shall normally be conducted off-system on major assets including rotables. Repairs,
              refurbishment or renewal shall be completed in accordance with approved specifications and
              standards.


6.            Technical maintenance plans
              Technical maintenance plans (TMPs) are designed to ensure the asset will continue to operate
              within design tolerances to meet performance outcomes. The TMP is developed as an output of
              the maintenance requirements analysis (MRA). Refer to T MU AM 01002 MA Maintenance
              Requirement Analysis Manual for MRA information.

              Refer to T MU AM 01003 ST for information regarding TMP content.

              The TMP shall include as a minimum the following information:

              a.    what maintenance is carried out (required tasks and associated maintenance actions
                    including reference maintenance and operating manuals)

              b.    when maintenance is carried out (frequency of servicing – time, condition, event, statistic –
                    defined set of tasks)

              c.    why maintenance is carried out (reference for traceability to requirement)

              d.    where maintenance is carried out (maintainable item – make, model, type of equipment) –
                    this is the link to the asset specification (TMC)

              The TMP is only one element of a comprehensive approach to asset management. Asset
              management philosophy is based on achieving specified service requirements (such as safety,
              reliability and sustainability) associated with an asset at minimum cost of ownership through the
              whole asset life.




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                              Page 12 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                          Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                              Version 3.0
                                                                                           Issue date: 08 November 2018


6.1.          Candidate assets included in the TMP
              Any item that contains one or more of the following features shall be allocated a TMC and have
              a TMP:

              •     is repairable

              •     is used for zonal maintenance (patrols and examinations) covering multiple similar assets
                    or systems

              •     has a defined maintenance plan, that is, the item has a scheduled maintenance activity at a
                    defined interval – based on time, condition, event or statistic trigger

              •     requires some special maintenance management activity and thus requires certain
                    information to be recorded


6.2.          Application of TMPs
              TMPs shall ultimately allow work to be planned and provide the basis of maintenance
              scheduling and work order management within an asset information system.

              Maintenance is required to be programmed in accordance with the latest update of the TMP and
              maintenance tasks are carried out in accordance with the associated service schedules, which
              are published for each relevant TMC.

              New or modified TMPs once approved in accordance with the requirements of the
              T MU AM 01003 ST shall be fully implemented within six months from the date of approval.

              The TMP service schedules shall be carried out at periods to ensure assets meet the asset
              management objectives and service outcomes.

              Service schedules shall contain planning latitude which reflects the allowed variation to
              complete schedule tasks around the due date. Planning latitude shall be defined for each TMC
              service schedule within the TMP.

              Service schedules shall contain a classification to identify it as being safety critical, safety
              significant or reliability as per the requirements and criteria defined in T MU AM 01004 ST
              Maintenance Service Schedule Classification and Compliance. A classification shall be defined
              for each TMC service schedule within the TMP.

              The frequency and operational triggers specified in the TMPs are the maximum periods, based
              on average usage and intended operating environment. These periods can be tailored to
              compensate for local conditions, such as above average usage, difficult maintenance window or
              access, and environmentally unfriendly conditions, with the decision to vary from the
              recommended period. The rationale for change shall be included in appropriate maintenance
              analysis documentation. Any change in the TMP requires approval by the service provider’s
              authorising officer.


© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                              Page 13 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                        Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                            Version 3.0
                                                                                         Issue date: 08 November 2018

              Additional maintenance actions and reduced maintenance periods shall be directed by the
              maintenance service provider as appropriate to meet as needed local conditions. Local
              conditions shall be monitored and documented by maintenance staff and additional
              maintenance shall also be directed as required to particular locations at times of vulnerability.
              For example, at times of construction or mechanised maintenance activities at a site or at
              locations experiencing vandalism or where the operating environment has degraded and is
              imposing greater wear or loads on the assets.

              Changes to approved existing TMPs such as change of service schedule tasks, frequency and
              latitude shall be managed, approved and published in accordance with the requirements
              defined in T MU AM 01003 ST. A revision number shall be applied to ensure the correct version
              is published as well as to provide a revision history listing the changes applied.

              Perceived errors in the content of the TMP shall be made in writing via email to
              assetinformation@transport.nsw.gov.au


6.3.          TMP layout
              The TMP layout identifies the asset (configuration item) and its maintenance plan.

              The layout shall contain the following fields:

              •     TMC – structured code up to six levels (refer to the relevant framework used to create the
                    concatenated TMC code for each engineering discipline)

              •     name – applied at each of the TMC levels

              •     manufacturer – name and reference, applied at the assembly or subassembly – usually at
                    level 4 or level 5

              •     on-system maintenance details

              •     publication reference and notes




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                            Page 14 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                         Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                             Version 3.0
                                                                                          Issue date: 08 November 2018

              Figure 1 provides an example of a TMP layout:




                                                Figure 1 – Example of a TMP

6.4.          TMP field 1 – TMC
              The TMC provides a unique code that describes the configuration items within an application,
              which satisfies the candidacy criteria in Section 6.1. The detail hierarchical structure is
              described in Section 7.


6.5.          TMP field 2 – Name
              TMP field 2 shall contain the name of asset or configuration item. The name of the configuration
              item should be the name used by the manufacturer, wherever possible, as it appears on the
              configuration control documents*. Generic names may be used if configuration control
              documentation is not available.

                    * Note: the abbreviation may be used to fit the available space.


6.6.          TMP field 3 – Manufacturer – name and reference
              TMP field 3 shall contain the prime manufacturer of the item. This shall not be confused with the
              supplier.


6.7.          TMP field 4 – On–system maintenance details
              The first column contains the service schedule identifier. This shall be recorded on the
              maintenance work order.

              The second column shall contain the periodicity and allowable scheduling latitude of the service
              schedule (for example weekly, monthly or yearly).



© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                             Page 15 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                         Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                             Version 3.0
                                                                                          Issue date: 08 November 2018

              The third column shall contain operational and event conditions for the service schedule. For
              example:

              •     performed on condition – replace DCCB arc chute

              •     performed on event – post feeder trip – sustained fault, post flood, three fault openings


6.8.          TMP field 5 – Publication reference
              The publication reference refers to the reference number and description of the service
              schedule.


7.            TMC framework
              The TMC is a six levels (maximum) hierarchical structure which provides for a unique
              description of configuration items within the application. The levels are described as follows:

              •     Level 1 Application – Two letter code which describes the application For example, 'SG'
                    for signalling and control systems.

              •     Level 2 System – Number which is a two numeric code allowing up to 99 systems to be
                    identified within an application.

              •     Level 3 Subsystem – Number which is a two numeric code allowing up to 99 subsystems
                    to be identified within a system. In some subsystems this level is used to group asset
                    functions with similar maintenance requirements.

              •     Level 4 Assembly – Number which is a two numeric code allowing up to 99 major
                    assemblies to be identified within a subsystem. This level provides information on the
                    differing technologies and type of asset in the system which provides essentially the same
                    function. This is the level associated and linked with the asset defined in an asset register
                    and shall be used to define a specific make, model or type of assembly that fulfils a
                    function within a subsystem. See Section 8 for details regarding the TMC link with the
                    asset register and asset classification.

              •     Level 5 Subassembly or item – Number which is a two numeric code allowing up to
                    99 items (components) to be identified within a major assembly.

              •     Level 6 Item – number used where level 5 is used to identify a subassembly. It defines the
                    item (component) within the subassembly.

              The TMC shall typically be a 10 character code (based on the concatenation of level 1 to
              level 5) with 12 characters allowed only when level 6 is defined.

              The TMC is used to identify the unique technical specification for an asset type within the
              framework and to identify and assign the asset type within an application, system, subsystem
              and assembly based on its configuration and function.


© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                             Page 16 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                           Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                               Version 3.0
                                                                                            Issue date: 08 November 2018

              The TMC framework caters to group assets of the same asset type to allow for variation in
              manufacturers, specifications and components.

              The TMC links the technical specification of the asset type with the asset in the asset register as
              well as defining a list of general components used to help identify the item or part that is to be
              inspected, serviced or repaired on a work order.

              The TMC once allocated for use shall not be reused. TMCs shall be reserved for new assets
              planned or when modifications are being planned that alters existing asset configurations.


7.1.          TMC application groups
              TMC level 1 application groups have been defined to cover both network infrastructure and fleet
              assets by engineering discipline or by fleet class.

              Infrastructure assets shall have a TMC associated with one of the application groups as shown
              in Table 1.

                                 Table 1 – TMC application groups for network infrastructure

              Level 1       TMC description
              EL            Electrical - includes substations, distribution, overhead and electrolysis assets
              SG            Signalling and control systems
              CV            Civil and structures – includes geotech assets
              TR            Track - includes special track work, plain line track equipment, track and rail
                            ancillary equipment
              AR            Architecture and services – includes buildings, car parks, fixtures, fixed plants,
                            wayfinding and services assets
              TE            Technology and telecommunications - includes customer information, security,
                            warning, revenue and condition monitoring systems assets
              PP            Property – includes corridors, interchanges, facilities, land, licences and small
                            heritage objects and minor plant assets




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                               Page 17 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                         Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                             Version 3.0
                                                                                          Issue date: 08 November 2018

              Fleet assets shall have a TMC associated with one of the application groups as shown in Table
              2:

                                           Table 2 – TMC application groups for fleet

               Level 1      TMC description
               R–           For train rolling stock fleet assets (sets, cars, rotable assemblies and
                            subassemblies) – see the next row for details by train type.
               RB           B set - Sydney growth train
               RC           C set – double deck chopper cars
               RD           D set – new intercity fleet
               RE           N set – single deck Endeavour and P Set – single deck Xplorer cars (diesel)
               RH           J set – single deck Hunter cars (diesel)
               RI           V set – double deck intercity cars
               RK           K set – double deck camshaft (air conditioned) cars
               RM           M set – double deck millennium cars
               RO           H set – double deck Oscar cars
               RR           L,R and S sets – double deck camshaft cars
               RT           T set – double deck Tangara cars
               RW           A set – double deck Waratah cars
               RX           X set – single deck XPT cars (diesel)
               RP           heavy plant rolling stock, track machines, locomotives, wagons, rail cars and
                            vans
               L–           For light rail fleet assets (sets, cars, rotable assemblies and subassemblies) –
                            see the next row for details by tram type.
               LU           U set – single deck Urbos cars
               LC           C set – single deck Citadis cars
               F–           For ferry fleet assets (vessels, rotable assemblies and subassemblies) – see the
                            next row for details by ferry class.
               FE           Emerald class
               FW           Freshwater class
               FF           First fleet class
               FL           Lady class
               FR           RiverCat class
               FH           Harbour class
               FS           SuperCat class
               FP           Vehicular ferries
               FV           For maritime vessels (excluding ferries)
               B–           For bus fleet assets (buses, rotable assemblies and subassemblies).

               RV           For road vehicle fleet assets including trailers (excluding buses).




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                             Page 18 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                         Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                             Version 3.0
                                                                                          Issue date: 08 November 2018


7.2.          Purpose of the TMC
              Asset identification and coding is generally established during the acquire stage of the life cycle
              and will continue to be applied throughout the operate and maintain stage. Coding is required to
              uniquely identify the assets for a range of purposes.

              The TMC forms the basis of the numbering system used for the following purposes:

              •     group, categorise and define maintenance plans (preventive maintenance service
                    schedules) by asset type based on an reliability centred maintenance (RCM) analysis
                    (different asset types within the same function may adopt the same TMP)

              •     group and categorise asset types (configuration items) within an asset register

              •     ensure the application of maintenance plans and reporting of maintenance compliance for
                    all assets are contained with the asset register

              •     as a primary reference for configuration documents such as drawings, specifications as
                    well as derived documents such as TMPs, maintenance analysis documentation, failure
                    and defect coding

              The TMC also shall define the following:

              •     component and sub-component parts required to support failure and defect identification
                    and management (component and sub-components are not directly associated to each
                    asset but are linked via the asset type that defines a common parts list for all assets of that
                    type)

              •     warranty to be applied

              •     materials list (inventory) required for servicing, maintenance and repairs

              The TMC defines the system down to six levels which includes systems, subsystems,
              assemblies and items that make up the complete system. This specification provides a
              description of asset types (configuration items) from the 4th level to the 6th level of the TMP.
              The 4th level to 6th level breaks down the asset to manufacturer and component levels.


7.3.          Requesting a new TMC
              TfNSW are the owners of the TMPs and associated TMCs. ASA is the custodian on behalf of
              TfNSW and as a result controls and manages the published register of approved TMCs for use
              across the Transport Network.

              A service provider shall request a TMC (level 1 to level 4) when either of the following occurs:

              •     developing a new TMP for a new asset

              •     updating an existing TMP for an existing asset as a result of service schedule variations
                    associated with configuration change

© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                             Page 19 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                        Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                            Version 3.0
                                                                                         Issue date: 08 November 2018

              The request shall include the proposed TMC (level 1 to level 4) that aligns with the TMC
              framework in accordance with this standard and T MU AM 01009 TI.

              Once approved for use, TMCs shall be published in T MU AM 01009 TI.

              Requests for a new TMC shall be made to assetinformation@transport.nsw.gov.au


8.            TMC link with the asset register and asset
              classification
              All assets shall be classified by class, function and type as defined in T MU AM 02001 ST. The
              asset function shall be used to group one or more asset types that perform the same function.

              The TMC shall be used to define the unique make, model or build (asset specification) that is
              linked to an asset performing a designated function. One or many TMCs can exist for asset
              functions that are approved for use on the Transport Network.

              The concatenated asset classification (known as the technical object code) shall be a separate
              identifier recorded against the asset in the asset register. These technical objects have different
              characteristics which distinguish them and thus shall be separately identified and managed.

              The TMC shall be a separate identifier recorded against the asset in the asset register. Only
              one TMC shall be recorded against the asset in the asset register. The TMC shall remain
              recorded against the asset in the asset register for historical purposes even after all assets of
              that type have been disposed and no longer exist on the Transport Network.

              The TMC framework caters to group assets (typically at L4 assembly) with the asset function to
              allow for variation in manufacturers, specifications and components. Figure 2 shows the asset
              register linked to the TMC and Table 3 provides details and examples of the TMC association
              with an asset function.




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                            Page 20 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                                           Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                                               Version 3.0
                                                                                                            Issue date: 08 November 2018

                                                                      Asset Register
                            Asset
                            § Inherits the attribute                     Asset(s)
                              requirements from the assigned
                              Asset Function & Type
                            § Inherits the technical                                               TMC = Make, Model of the
                              specification requirements from                                      Assembly/Sub-Assembly
                              the assigned TMC


                                                                                         Asset Specification
                                                                                               (TMC)


                                                                                          L1 - Application
                                               Asset Classification
                                                (Technical Object)

                   Technical Object                                                                                      TMC
                   § The technical                    Class                                  L2 - System                 § The TMC code is
                     object code is the                                                                                    the concatenation
                     concatenation of                                                                                      of the TMC levels
                     the asset                                                                                             L1-L5
                     classification                                                                                      § L5 shall be 00 if
                     (Class-Function-                                                                                      no Sub-Assembly
                     Type)                          Function                            L3 – Sub-System                    is defined
                                                                                                                         § L6 does not form
                                                                                                                           part of the code
                                                                                                                           assigned to the
                                                                                                                           Asset. Only used
                                                                                                                           for defining
                                                      Type                                L4 - Assembly                    component builds

                   Asset Class
                   § Grouping of related Asset Functions
                     covering both Infrastructure and
                     Fleet assets                                                      L5 – Sub-Assembly
                   Asset Function                                                            or Item
                   § Grouping of related Asset Types
                   § Defines the data attributes to be captured
                   § Defines the attribute specification (name,
                     type, format, unit of measure, min/max),
                     common to an asset function, group of asset                             L6 – Item (if
                     types or individual asset type                                          applicable)
                   Asset Type
                   § Defines the variation in purpose or                Application
                     configuration of assets performing the             § Engineering Asset Discipline or Fleet Class for grouping related
                     same function                                        Systems and Sub-Systems
                   § Together with the Asset Function defines           Sub-System
                     the Financial Capitalisation mapping               § Grouped set of Assemblies performing the same function within a
                                                                          System
                                                                        § Aligned to the Asset Function
                                                                        Assembly or Sub-Assembly
                                                                        § Lowest maintainable Asset defined in an Asset Register. It may be
                                                                          an Assembly or Sub-Assembly that is managed as a rotable Asset
                                                                        § Links to the Asset Register to define the technical specification of
                                                                          the Asset associated with an Asset Function by the TMC
                                                                          framework via concatenation of the TMC levels L1-L5
                                                                        § Technical specification defines the:
                                                                             §material part list (spares)
                                                                             §manufacturers warranty
                                                                             §build (components)
                                                                             §maintenance plan (tasks, resources, tools, materials and
                                                                               access)
                                                                             §failure modes, causes, effects and criticality (based on
                                                                               FMECA) relative to the failure of components of the Assembly
                                                                               or Sub-Assembly

                                 Figure 2 – Asset register and link with TMC (asset specification)




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                                                       Page 21 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                         Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                             Version 3.0
                                                                                          Issue date: 08 November 2018

                             Table 3 – Example of TMC application and link to the asset function

Level 1   Level 2     Level 3     Level 4        TMC description        Maintainable      TMC                Asset
                                                                        asset level                          function



EL        N/A         N/A         N/A            ELECTRICAL             No                N/A                N/A




EL        01          N/A         N/A            AC HV Switchgear       No                N/A                N/A




EL        01          11          N/A            HV ACCB – Bulk Oil     No                N/A                N/A
                                                 Interrupted, Outdoor



EL        01          11          01             ACCB AEI 33KV          Yes               EL01110100         ACCB
                                                 LGIC/44 Bulk Oil,
                                                 Outdoor

EL        01          11          02             ACCB BTH 66KV JB429    Yes               EL01010200         ACCB
                                                 400AMP Bulk Oil,
                                                 Outdoor

EL        01          11          03             ACCB BTH 33KV JB427    Yes               EL01010300         ACCB
                                                 Bulk Oil, Outdoor



EL        01          11          04             ACCB W'HOUSE 33KV      Yes               EL01010400         ACCB
                                                 1200A 345GCN Bulk
                                                 Oil, Outdoor

EL        01          11          05             ACCB ENGLISH ELEC      Yes               EL01110500         ACCB
                                                 66KV OKD-2 Bulk Oil,
                                                 Outdoor

EL        01          11          06             ACCB ENGLISH ELEC      Yes               EL01110600         ACCB
                                                 33KV OKH4D+OKH4E
                                                 B/OIL

EL        01          11          07             ACCB INOUE 30 TEO-     Yes               EL01110700         ACCB
                                                 150-S 33KV Bulk Oil,
                                                 Outdoor

EL        01          11          08             ACCB ENGLISH ELEC      Yes               EL01110800         ACCB
                                                 66KV OKM6 Bulk Oil,
                                                 Outdoor




 © State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                            Page 22 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                             Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                                 Version 3.0
                                                                                              Issue date: 08 November 2018


Level 1     Level 2     Level 3      Level 4     TMC description            Maintainable      TMC                Asset
                                                                            asset level                          function



EL          01          12           N/A         HV ACCB – Bulk Oil         No                N/A                N/A
                                                 Interrupted, Indoor



EL          01          13           N/A         HV ACCB, Minimum Oil       No                N/A                N/A
                                                 Interrupted, Outdoor



EL          01          14           N/A         HV ACCB, Minimum Oil       No                N/A                N/A
                                                 Interrupted, Indoor




                       Note: N/A means not applicable

                 The list of TMCs is defined and published in T MU AM 01009 TI.


 9.              Electrical
                 The TfNSW electric power system assets comprise but not limited to the following:

                 •     high voltage (HV) transmission, distribution, rectification and control of electric power for
                       purposes of supplying electric trains and trams

                 •     electrical supply to the railway signalling system

                 •     electrical supply to commercial and industrial buildings and other applications including
                       workshops, railway stations, offices, lifts and escalators, trackside infrastructure buildings,
                       and tunnels


 9.1.            TMCs - Electrical
                 Table 4 explains the TMC groupings to level 2. The individual list of TMCs within each group to
                 level 4 is contained within T MU AM 01009 TI. TMC level 2 code groups for EL (Electrical) are
                 included in Table 4.

                                           Table 4 – TMC framework to level 2 for electrical

     Level 1:         Level 1: Description         Level 2:     Level 2: Description
     Code                                          Code
     EL               Electrical                   01           AC High Voltage Switchgear
     EL               Electrical                   02           Power Transformers and Regulators
     EL               Electrical                   03           Rectification
     EL               Electrical                   04           DC Switchgear


 © State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                                Page 23 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                         Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                             Version 3.0
                                                                                          Issue date: 08 November 2018


 Level 1:         Level 1: Description          Level 2:    Level 2: Description
 Code                                           Code
 EL               Electrical                    05          AC Auxiliary Power Supplies
 EL               Electrical                    06          Auxiliary Services
 EL               Electrical                    07          Electric Braking
 EL               Electrical                    08          DC Overhead Wiring
 EL               Electrical                    09          Traction Return
 EL               Electrical                    10          HV/LV Aerial Lines
 EL               Electrical                    11          SCADA
 EL               Electrical                    12          Protective Earthing, Bonding and Electrolysis
                                                            Mitigation
 EL               Electrical                    13          Enclosures
 EL               Electrical                    14          Distribution Transformers
 EL               Electrical                    15          Electrical LV Distribution
 EL               Electrical                    16          Fault Protection
 EL               Electrical                    17          HV/LV cables and DC Traction Cables
 EL               Electrical                    18          Voltage Transformers and Current Transformers
 EL               Electrical                    19          AC High Voltage Harmonic Filters
 EL               Electrical                    20          Fault Current Limiters



10.           Signalling and control systems
              The TfNSW signalling and control system assets comprise but not limited to the following vital
              and non-vital system assets:


              Vital systems
              The vital elements of the signalling system include the following:

              •     signals

              •     trainstops

              •     track circuit train detection systems

              •     point operation and detection systems

              •     traction (electrical current) return arrangements

              •     vital interlocking systems and protected level crossing systems

              •     automatic train protection (field equipment)




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                             Page 24 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                            Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                                Version 3.0
                                                                                             Issue date: 08 November 2018


              Non-vital systems
              The non-vital elements of the signalling system that support and interface to the vital system,
              includes the following:

              •     control systems, such as the advanced train running information control system (ATRICS),
                    which are part of a consolidated train control centre

              •     control and indication panels for signallers

              •     the track side components that provide information to remote indication systems used for
                    management and train control purposes

              •     control systems that are part of a consolidated train control centre inclusive of SigView, the
                    Wollongong train describer (WTD), train location systems (TLS) and all forms of ATRICS

              •     high voltage transmission, distribution, rectification and control of electric power for
                    purposes of supplying electric trains, electrical supply to the railway signalling system,
                    electrical supply to commercial and industrial buildings and other applications (includes
                    workshops, railway stations, offices, lifts and escalators, trackside infrastructure buildings
                    and tunnel pumps)


10.1.         TMCs - Signalling and control systems
              Table 5 explains the TMC groupings to level 2 (system). The individual list of TMCs within each
              group to level 4 is contained within T MU AM 01009 TI. TMC level 2 code groups for SG
              (signalling and control systems) are included in Table 5.

                          Table 5 –TMC framework to level 2 for signalling and control systems

 Level 1:         Level 1:                 Level 2:       Level 2:
 Code             Description              Code           Description
 SG               Signalling and           01             Train management systems
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           02             Interface systems
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           03             Telemetry systems
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           04             Connectivity for signalling and control systems
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           05             Interlocking
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           06             Automatic train protection
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           07             Automatic train operation
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           08             Signals
                  control systems

© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                                Page 25 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                           Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                               Version 3.0
                                                                                            Issue date: 08 November 2018


 Level 1:         Level 1:                 Level 2:        Level 2:
 Code             Description              Code            Description
 SG               Signalling and           09              Trainstop
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           10              Points
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           11              Rail vehicle detection
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           12              Level crossing protection
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           13              Releasing devices
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           14              Miscellaneous trackside equipment
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           15              Power supply
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           16              Pneumatic supply
                  control systems
 SG               Signalling and           17              Signalling enclosure
                  control systems



11.           Civil and structures
              The TfNSW civil and structures assets comprise but not limited to the following:

              •     structures

              •     drainages

              •     earthworks

              •     level crossings


11.1.         TMCs – Civil and structures
              Table 6 explains the TMC groupings to level 2 (system). The individual list of TMCs within each
              group to level 4 is contained within T MU AM 01009 TI. TMC level 2 code groups for CV (civil
              and structures) are included in Table 6.

                                  Table 6 –TMC framework to level 2 for civil and structures

 Level 1:          Level 1:                     Level 2:     Level 2:
 Code              Description                  Code         Description
 CV                Civil and structures         01           Bridges
 CV                Civil and structures         02           Drainage and culverts
 CV                Civil and structures         03           Earth works
 CV                Civil and structures         04           Fencing and barriers

© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                               Page 26 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                            Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                                Version 3.0
                                                                                             Issue date: 08 November 2018


 Level 1:              Level 1:                 Level 2:      Level 2:
 Code                  Description              Code          Description
 CV                    Civil and structures     05            Level crossings
 CV                    Civil and structures     06            Overhead wiring and gantry structures
 CV                    Civil and structures     07            Tunnels
 CV                    Civil and structures     08            Retaining structures
 CV                    Civil and structures     09            Roads
 CV                    Civil and structures     10            Towers
 CV                    Civil and structures     11            Track slabs
 CV                    Civil and structures     12            Service route
 CV                    Civil and structures     13            Miscellaneous structures
 CV                    Civil and structures     14            Geotechnical equipment



12.           Track
              The TfNSW track assets comprise but not limited to the following:

              •        track system

              •        rail system

              •        turnouts

              •        train monitoring equipment

              •        track ancillary equipment


12.1.         TMCs - Track
              Table 7 explains the TMC groupings to level 2 (system). The individual list of TMCs within each
              group to level 4 is contained within T MU AM 01009 TI. TMC level 2 code groups for TR (track)
              are included in Table 7.

                                              Table 7 –TMC framework to level 2 for track

                  Level 1:           Level 1:          Level 2: Code        Level 2:
                  Code               Description                            Description
                  TR                 Track             01                   Plain line system
                  TR                 Track             02                   Special track work
                  TR                 Track             03                   Plain line track equipment
                  TR                 Track             04                   Track and rail ancillary equipment




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                                Page 27 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                        Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                            Version 3.0
                                                                                         Issue date: 08 November 2018


13.           Architecture and services
              The TfNSW architecture and services assets comprise but not limited to the following:

              •     buildings and access

              •     car parks

              •     services

              •     landscaping

              •     signage

              •     fixed and minor plant


13.1.         TMCs - Architecture and services
              Table 8 explains the TMC groupings to level 2 (system). The individual list of TMCs within each
              group to level 4 is contained within T MU AM 01009 TI. TMC level 2 code groups for AR
              (architecture and services) are included in Table 8.

                               Table 8 –TMC framework to Level 2 for Architecture and Services

 Level 1:     Level 1: Description               Level 2:   Level 2:
 Code                                            Code       Description
 AR           Architecture and services          01         Vertical transportation
 AR           Architecture and services          02         Mechanical systems (HVAC) (heating ventilation air
                                                            conditioning)
 AR           Architecture and services          03         Pneumatic supply
 AR           Architecture and services          04         Fire and life safety systems
 AR           Architecture and services          05         Hydraulic systems (water, sewer, drainage)
 AR           Architecture and services          06         Gas systems
 AR           Architecture and services          07         Electrical LV installation and lighting systems
 AR           Architecture and services          08         *spare*
 AR           Architecture and services          09         Buildings and access
 AR           Architecture and services          10         Car parks
 AR           Architecture and services          11         Fixtures and fixed plant
 AR           Architecture and services          12         Minor plant and equipment
 AR           Architecture and services          13         Fuel systems
 AR           Architecture and services          14         Signage




© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                            Page 28 of 40
T MU AM 01008 ST
                                                                           Technical Maintenance Plans and Coding System
                                                                                                               Version 3.0
                                                                                            Issue date: 08 November 2018


14.           Property
              The TfNSW property assets comprise but not limited to the following:

              •     corridors including right of way, rail yards, roads and waterways

              •     interchanges including train stations, ferry wharves, bus stops and light rail stops

              •     maintenance, operation and logistic facilities

              •     facilities for all disciplines specific


14.1.         TMCs - Property
              Table 9 explains the TMC groupings to level 2 (system) for property asset. The individual list of
              TMCs within each group to level 4 is contained within T MU AM 01009 TI. TMC level 2 code
              groups for PP (Property) are included in Table 9.

                                         Table 9 –TMC framework to level 2 for property

 Level 1:         Level 1:                        Level 2:     Level 2:
 Code             Description                     Code         Description
 PP               Property                        01           Corridors
 PP               Property                        02           Interchanges
 PP               Property                        03           Maintenance facilities
 PP               Property                        04           Operations facilities
 PP               Property                        05           Logistics facilities
 PP               Property                        06           Electrical facilities
 PP               Property                        07           Signalling and control facilities
 PP               Property                        08           Telecommunications facilities
 PP               Property                        09           Service and plant facilities
 PP               Property                        10           Road traffic facilities
 PP               Property                        11           Miscellaneous facilities
 PP               Property                        12           Rest areas
 PP               Property                        13           Feeder easements
 PP               Property                        14           Land



15.           Technology and telecommunications
              The TfNSW technology and telecommunication systems assets comprise but not limited to the
              following:

              •     wireless systems

              •     condition monitoring systems

© State of NSW through Transport for NSW 2018                                                               Page 29 of 40
You can also read
Next part ... Cancel