Thesis is devoted to enhancing the functionality of the railway track switch by implementing switched-inductor electric. To solve the problem of negative influence of self-oscillatory processes in the kinematic line, transition to turnouts sleeper type was justified. It concerns the identification of parameters and the four-phase switched-reluctance motor, the development of a mathematical model of the electric turnout considering elastic constraints and characteristics of the load using the drive as a switched-reluctance motor. First time for switched-inductor drive, speed controller is synthesized based on fuzzy control. Herewith mathematical model and full-scale specimen turnout sleeper type were developed. All the proposed approaches and solutions serve the main purpose of work and promote the functionality of switched-reluctance electric drive. Together, they make some contribution to the development of the theory of railway automation actuators.