Üsküdar-Çekmeköy Metro is coming to an end (Video)

Üsküdar-Çekmeköy Metro is coming to an end: The Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy Metro works, which will form one of the most important transportation axes of Istanbul, are coming to an end. Turkey's first driverless metro line that features flying line, providing passengers with high security platform door system.
The transportation works that Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Kadir Topbaş carries out with the slogan “Subway everywhere, metro everywhere” continues uninterruptedly.
In the Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy Metro Line works on the Anatolian Side, rough construction was completed in 16 of the 11 stations and fine work was started. Electromagnetic systems, suspended ceilings and wall tiles are placed in these stations. The rough construction at other stations has come to an end.
Turkey's first driverless metro line
With the automatic system to park itself, the metro is using the latest technology in the world.
use and driverless metro line will be used for the first time in Turkey it provides many advantages both in terms of security.
Thanks to the driverless metro line, flexible operation can be made against the change in the number of passengers on the fly and economic and efficient operation will be provided during the peak hours. Human errors will be reduced to a minimum level and security will be increased and more punctual operation and passenger satisfaction will be ensured.
Peron door system with high security
the system carries the distinction of being Turkey's first driverless metro line, also draws attention to the platform door system. Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, which keeps the comfort and comfort at the highest level in public transportation, is changing the boarding system with the new metro line. Citizens who want to get on the wagon for the safety of citizens will enter through the "Platform Gate" which will be placed in front of the wagon.
IBB Anatolian Side Rail Systems Manager Abdullah Özovalı said that one of the security features in the subway is that the images can be watched live from the Traffic Control Center with the cameras on all trains. Likewise, the intercom system will also take place in the subways for passengers to contact the personnel at the Traffic Control Center in case of emergency.
There will be an obstacle detection system in front of the trains and if there is any object in the rails, the obstacle will be detected by the detection system and the train can stop automatically.
2,3 million passengers per day will carry
24 thousand personnel take part in the construction of the metro, where the works are carried out without interruption 3 hours. The 20 metro line, which will play an important role in the Anatolian Side transportation, will be composed of 16 station, 2 750 meter tunnel connected to the warehouse and warehouse.
The 126 rail line will be able to transport approximately one thousand 65 passengers in one direction per hour, and will have a passenger capacity of 2,3 million per day.
Year-end trial operation begins
The most curious question of Istanbulites is when to open the metro line.
Abdullah Ozovali, Director of Rail Systems of Istanbul Anatolian Side, stated that their aim is to start the operation of the subway at the end of 2016 and they work day and night for this purpose.
Where will the transportation be from?
The metro line, which will be integrated with Marmaray in Üsküdar, Bostancı in Dudullu and Göztepe in Ümraniye, will connect the districts on the Anatolian side.
The transportation systems that will be connected to Üsküdar Ümraniye Çekmeköy Sancaktepe Metro Line are as follows;
-At Üsküdar Station to the European Side with the Marmaray Line
- The cable car line planned to be built at the Altunizade Station and the existing metrobus line
-At Çarşı Station, to Ümraniye-Ataşehir-Göztepe Metro Line
At Dudullu Station, to Dudullu-Bostancı Metro Line
In addition, the line will be extended to Sultanbeyli after Çekmeköy station.



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