The Belfast Road Underpass was constructed using the Box Jacking technology. The Via Rail north track was kept active for train traffic by the installation of a temporary bridge that held the track during the push of the Box underneath it.
The Box was jacked at a temperature of 
-25°C (-13°F). The jacking of the Belfast Underpass is part of the Ottawa Light Rail Transit project and specifically is part of the Maintenance and Storage Facility Access.

Paso inferior en Belfast Road
Ottawa, Canadá

Descripción

El paso inferior de Belfast Road se construyó mediante la tecnología de hinca de cajones. La vía norte de Via Rail se mantuvo activa para el tráfico de trenes mediante la instalación de un puente temporal que sostuvo la vía durante el empuje del cajón debajo de ella.
El cajón fue hincado a temperaturas exteriores de -25°C (-13°F).

The Belfast Road Underpass was constructed using the Box Jacking technology. The Via Rail north track was kept active for train traffic by the installation of a temporary bridge that held the track during the push of the Box underneath it.
The Box was jacked at a temperature of 
-25°C (-13°F). The
Excavation under rocky soil for the Belfast Road Underpass was constructed using the Box Jacking technology. The Via Rail north track was kept active for train traffic by the installation of a temporary bridge that held the track during the push of the Box underneath it.
The Box was jacked at a temperature of 
-25°C (-13°F). The