Countdown Begins for Turkey's first driverless metro

For Turkey's first driverless metro Countdown Begins: Turkey's first driverless metro line will be Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy-Sancaktepe work in the subway line speed continues unabated.

Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality aims to ease transportation in the city with the metro investments that have been commissioned since 2004, and the construction of new lines for faster, comfortable and safe public transportation is still going on.

The metro station, which is one of the most important public transportation vehicles of Istanbul, has come to the forefront as the weighted choice of Istanbul residents in 2015 rail systems.

Turkey's first driverless metro line will be Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy-Sancaktepe subway line in the work continues uninterrupted. While the rough construction at the Yamanevler station of the line ended, fine workmanship was started.

In order not to interfere with vehicle and pedestrian traffic, construction works of lines and stations are carried out with care, while 24 bin 2 personnel are working on 430 hours.

In some stations, while construction works are in progress, roofs, ventilation electromechanical systems and side walls are covered in the stations where the rails are laid.

By the end of the year planned to be put into service, the journey time between Üsküdar-Sancaktepe 24 will be in minutes. 20 will be composed of 16 meters and 2 meters will be composed of 750 meters.

NO DRIVING CABIN
Driverless and automatic system with the ability to park itself, the metro will use the latest technology in the world. Since there will not be a driver's cabin, passengers will be able to travel by watching the tunnels at the forefront, and wagon interiors and stations will be followed by cameras, and the platform will be used for the safety of citizens.

Four districts will be Üsküdar, Fıstıkağacı, Bağlarbaşı, Altunizade, Kısıklı, Libadiye, Çarşı, Ümraniye, Çakmak, Ihlamurkuyu, Altınşehir, High School, Dudullu, Mass Housing, Çekmeköy and Sancaktepe stations will take place.

When the line is completed, the passenger taking the metro from Sancaktepe will reach Ümraniye in 12,5 minutes, Üsküdar in 24 minutes, Yenikapı in 36, Levent in 55,5, and Atatürk Airport in 71 minutes.

Günceleme: 09/12/2018 17:08

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