Dividing Comments from the BBC

BBC Broadcasting Commentary: The British broadcasting company BBC, the Marmaray project, which was started to be built in 2004, told us that Üsküdar and Sirkeci on both sides of the Bosphorus Strait were connected to the bottom of the sea by the tube passage built by the ground immersion technique.
Pointing out that the total length of the section between Kazlıçeşme on the European side and Ayrılıkçeşme on the Asian side is 13,6, the BBC said, tamamlan Upon the completion of the project, it was aimed to create a total transportation network of 70 kilometers by integrating both suburban and subway lines on both the Anatolian and European sides. These sections will not be activated yet, Bu he said.
- Ş OPENING OPENING ER DISCUSSION
President Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the line opened by the Yenikapi station is planned as the largest transfer station, but the construction of the Istanbul metro line, which is planned to be connected here, is not yet completed in the news of the opening of all sections of Marmaray pointed out that the subject of criticism.
In this context, BBC, Marmaray Project 12 annual Signaling and Communication Systems Expert Chief Engineer 2008 retired in the Electrical-Electronics Engineer Rıza Behçet Akcan, indicating that the project may lead to liği vital risks de by opening the Ministry of Transport and responding to criticism he noted that all security measures were taken.
CHP Deputy Chairman Umut Oran also conveyed the issue to the agenda of the BBC about the BBC, Oran, "some of the parts of the ground in Marmaray collapse, but the 29 opening to the opening of the opening solution for the temporary solution is ignored by ignoring this situation?" .
The features of Marmaray were also told in the BBC's report. In this context, the BBC said:
Iyor According to the Ministry of Transport data, 2 will be transported by 10 to 75 per hour.
The investment for Marmaray is 5.5 billion TL.
The longest submarine tunnel in the world, built in 1988, is the Seikan tunnel, which is the 54 kilometer, which connects Japan's largest island Honshu and another island of Hokkaido.
The length of the submarine tunnel connecting the UK and France is the 51 kilometer.

Ads

Similar railway news

Be the first to comment

Comments

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment is processed.