Two-way rail laying in Marmaras is completed

Two-way rail laying in Marmaras is completed
Marmarayalso includes Bosphorus crossingfrom KazlıçeşmeIn the section of 13.5 which is up to XNUMX, two-way rail laying in the Marmaray has been completed. Bosphorus crossing at Ayrılıkçeşmefrom Kazlıçeşme13.5 January to assemble 27-wide rails with 14 kilometers in XNUMX kmstarted.
Kadıköy Ayrılıkçeşme İbrahimağa Railway StationThe first assembly of the rails to be built towards Üsküdar direction was carried out by Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan. Rail laying has been completed recently. On this line, BosphorusThe tube was placed underneath the tube tunnel. It was stated that the concrete work on the rails is still in progress. According to the program, even the 2013 May between Ayrılıkçeşme-Kazlıçeşmeenergy will be given. June 2013te test
In June, test drives will begin. However, it was stated that an effort was made to put these dates forward. Within the scope of the Marmaray Project, a total of 19 thousand 375 meters of TBM drilling tunnel were manufactured.
Also, one thousand 387 meters of immersed tunnels at the base of the Bosphorus, ÜsküdarThe platform tunnels at the 127-meter Asian Scissor Tunnel and stations at the stations were completed and a seamless connection was established between the two sides. Marmaray Project29 October 2013 is scheduled to be opened.

Source: news.gazetevatan.com

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