Birds still get used to high-speed train flies still bored



Birds still get used to high-speed train flies still bored
In air transport, birds are often a problem, sometimes causing accidents and sometimes forcing landing, and high-speed trains (YHT) have become a problem on the road. At the high speed between Ankara and Eskişehir, 250 trains were hit by a large number of birds in the early days. The birds that are accustomed to the trains on this road are having less accidents than before.

Turkey, met with the high-speed train opened in March 2009 Ankara-Eskisehir line. In four years, Ankara-Konya and Eskişehir-Konya lines were added. Yesterday, the last tunnel in the Eskişehir-Istanbul line was opened and the fourth line was approached. Citizens have already gotten used to making the train ride at 250 miles per hour. According to Özdemir Sırmagül, who is a resident of YHT between Ankara and Eskişehir, there are also birds who cannot get used to it. The opening of the lines and the use of trains, birds are constantly hit the glass indicating Sırmagül, Ankara-Eskişehir line is now accustomed to birds, a few birds compared to the past, he says. Although the birds are used to, the flies are still a nuisance for the mechanics. While the train is in motion, a large number of flies hit the windshield and there is no possibility to clean during the journey. Olmad Although we have a system to clean the glass, we cannot use it in motion. There is glass of water, there is a special drug in it, but when the speed is low or when it stops, we clean it. Cam Ozdemir Sirmagul, who said that the pollution caused by flies and birds in the windows does not hinder the view, says that they are relatively difficult since they are more in the evening.

Source: www.bugun.com.tr

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