Ocean Cruiser
 

Ocean Cruiser
The design concept of a sea-resort city is used. The exterior color of Aquatic white and Deep Sea Blue represents the aquatic stratum, and the orange accent wave graphic at the side of the vehicle expresses the reflection of the sunlight. Passengers inside can obtain a resort-like beautiful scenery through the octagon-wide window at the front. The shape of the partition design and the stanchion pole are inspired by the sail. The motional circular design of the handrail to the stand pole inspires the movement of the water ripple.

Design Concept
A city richly co-existed with sea-resorts is expressed in the vehicle design. Visual image for the Ocean Cruiser design:
Design Concept
- Aquatic Stratum
- Aquatic Clear
- Ripple, Wave
- Sail

Design Motif
The exterior color of the vehicle is inspired by the aquatic stratum theme of Aquatic white and Deep Sea Blue. The reflection of the sunlight is expressed by the orange accent wave graphic at the side of the vehicle.
An octagon-wide front window is situated at the front end, which gives passengers a resort-like beautiful scenery from the inside of the vehicle.

Interior Design
Based on the Aquatic Stratum theme, the color of the interior, seats and advertising space are coordinated in blue tone. The shape of the sail inspires the partition design and the stanchion pole. Translucent partition is used to give an aquatic-clear feeling.
Interior Design Detail
The motion of the water ripple inspires the movement of the circles from the handrail to the stand pole.
       
Wheelchair Space
Wheelchair Spaces are located at the middle seat row near to the door exit. By pulling the level beneath the seat, the seat will be folded up to create the wheelchair space. Anchor point to hook the wheelchair is also available under the wheelchair space.
Front Window
The distinctive octagon front window provides wide view scenery from the interior.


LRT compartments design optimized in accordance with public opinions

The interior design of the LRT compartments are further optimized and improved after reviewing the opinions and suggestions of the local residents, which makes the compartments more humane.


Before optimization
After optimization
 
Seats
- The seats will be made of stainless steel to improve the security and the convenience of maintenance.
- The seats will be covered with curved surface and non-slip components to increase passengers’ comfort.

Handrails
- The handrail rods will be extended to the top of the train, in order to offer more gripping positions.
- The number of the handrail grips will be increased on both sides of the compartments, and the handrails will be repositioned to the central area, with the height lowered to facilitate the passengers.

Road map
- The position to show the road map will be adjusted from the both sides of the door to the top.

 

 


Barrier-Free facilities
- The wheelchair fixture will be repositioned to the folding seats, and by making use of car safety buckles, the wheelchair can be fixed conveniently and quickly.
- The wheelchair spaces and the priority seats will be separately positioned and labeled.


Specifications of the train (for 2 cars)
Exterior dimensions: Length--23.5m, Width--2.8m, Height—3.8m
Seats: 44


2017.12- A section of the viaduct near Estrada de Pac On 2017.12- The steel fixing part of running pinth has been completed at the Airport restricted area 2017.12- The situation of the platform at Airport station 2017.12- The running plinth on the viaduct is being constructed 2017.12- The running plinth on the viaduct is being constructed 2017.12- The steel fixing part of running pinth has been completed at the Avenida do Aeroporto 2017.12- The construction unit is installing the hand rail on the viaduct at Avenida do Aeroporto 2017.12- The construction unit is installing the power rail on the viaduct 2017.12- The construction unit is installing the power rail on the viaduct 2017.12- The construction unit is installing the power rail on the viaduct 2017.12- The construction unit is installing the equipment on the viaduct at Avenida da Nave Desportiva 2017.12- Construction inside the Loutus station 2017.12- The situation of equipment installation on the viaduct at Estrada Flor de Lótus 2017.12- Continuous viaduct construction at Avenida Cidade Nova 2017.12- The construction unit is inspecting and adjusting the detailed location of the system equipment on the viaduct 2017.12- Construction workers are workingon the viaduct 2017.12- The construction unit is installing the cable trench on the viaduct at Estrada da Baía de Nossa Senhora de Esperança 2017.12- The construction unit is transporting the materials on the viaduct 2017.12- The construction unit is installing the cable trench on the viaduct 2017.12- The viaduct construction progress at Avenida do Estádio 2017.12- The construction unit is installing the power rail on the viaduct at Estrada Governador Albano de Oliveira 2017.12- The construction unit is installing cables on the viaduct at Avenida dos Jogos da Ásia Oriental 2017.12- The construction of the guide rail and power rail at Avenida dos Jogos da Ásia Oriental are completed 2017.12- Governador Albano de Oliveira (Front of the Macao Jockey Club) has resumed the car lanes 2017.12- Avenida da Nave Desportiva (near the Macao Grand Hyatt hotel side) has resumed the car lanes 2017.12- The workshop and maintenance area of depot is being constructed 2017.12- The outline of depot stabling yard 2017.12 - The running plinth construction at the depot stabling yard 2017.12-The cable installation inside depot main building 2017.12- The construction unit is checking the installation situation of the equipment on the viaduct 2017.12- Some trains are parked on the railway at the Sai Van bridge (to Taipa direction) 2017.12- The construction unit is installing cables on the viaduct at Avenida dos Jogos da asia Oriental 2017.10 – The construction unit is installing device cables on the deck of the viaduct near Avenida. dos Jogos da asia Oriental 2017.11 – A train carriage in the “Ocean Station” 2017.11- The train on the railway at the “Ocean Station”