Freaking fright in Izmir Metro!

The surface cracks in the University of Ege University, which is about 200 meters from the metro station, created fear. Bornova, Ege University in the remaining section between stops, 40 centimeters high and that you need to take into account the asphalt cracked in about 20 meters in length Turkey Engineers and Architects Association (Chamber) of Civil Engineers Chamber Izmir Branch Chairman Ayhan Retirement, said they could not support any kind of trial-related .
Cracks in the asphalt on the tunnel route within the Ege University created fear of the Izmir Metro, which is one of the most important urban transportation vehicles of Izmir and carries more than 150 thousand passengers per day.
The fact that the surface cracks, which are approximately 90 meters from the Ege University stop, which is one of the two stops put into service with an investment of approximately 200 million TL, are 40 centimeters high and 20 meters long, caused anxiety.
that she should be examined carefully the asphalt cracks in the area used as a parking lot of the University Turkey Engineers and Architects Association (Chamber) of Civil Engineers Chamber Izmir Branch Chairman Ayhan Retirement, "This needs to be investigated necessarily asphalt cracks. Dents and cracks can be caused by anything. There is a significant amount of breaks here. The source of this must be determined. Because there may be fractures that do not affect the manufacturing of the subway at the bottom, ”he said.
Stating that the cracks may be caused by the filling made on the subway line not being compressed enough, Emekli said, “Because the ground will settle over time. However, this situation may also be a sitting down affecting. This is also a dangerous thing, ”he said. Noting that when there is a seating affecting the bottom, subway services will also affect this, "Emekli said," The subway's services are currently running. If this 'sitting' was in the subway, the trips should have stopped. Because millimetric calculations are made for the metro to move. There are relevant tolerances set. Therefore, the seating expeditions above would affect immediately ”.
Emphasizing that the reasons for this should be determined correctly, even in the filling on the upper floor, Emekli said, “We need to produce permanent solutions, not temporary, to solve the problem. Of course, this will only emerge as a result of research. If, as a result of the research, it is determined that the top filling is not done well, that filling is re-made properly. If necessary, the filling is made again in the same amount of slump. Or the entire filling is renewed. It is necessary to look at the incident by paying attention to it and taking it seriously ”.
Noting that the relevant institutions should examine the issue, Emekli continued his words as follows: “The İzmir Metro itself can conduct such a research. But I do not think they have sufficient structuring on the subject. Because they have a completely business-oriented operating system. Here they can get help from the university or from us. There are also institutions that can conduct soil research. But I think that the university must be involved in this. "
Reminding that there was a dent in the subway last year, Emekli said, “We heard that there are some problems in the construction that continues after Üçyol. Groundwater as we know it also has an effect on this. This water needs to be prevented. We heard that studies on this have been done. We guess that this is one of the reasons for the lengthening of the subway ”. Explaining that one of the reasons of the problem around the Polygon Stop is the movement behavior of the water, Emekli said, “There used to be a polygon stream here. The existence of this stream disappeared with the construction. However, we always think that 'water always looks for its old bed'. Therefore, the water that moves from the top to the bottom, no matter how structured you are, it goes by looking for its own way. The water problem affects the works of the subway, which does not end in any way ”.
Emphasizing that many public institutions and organizations have investments in İzmir, Emekli said that some institutions do not benefit from professional chambers sufficiently. Emekli continued his words as follows: “When we ask for information, they are not willing. Let's not say we do not receive information, but this information is 'limited'. We want to contribute to such investments, projects and planning. Thus, those resources are paid back and beneficial investments are made for İzmir.

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