How the guide train, defined by TCDD as 'the train operated without passengers on the line before the start of the first commercial voyage, as an additional safety and security measure', was on the rails at the start of the expeditions has been the subject of discussion. According to the information soL obtained from within the organization kazanThe reason for this is the major deficiencies in the signaling system. KazanIt was stated that there was no signaling system and the mechanics were communicating with each other.
In the high-speed train accident that took place in Ankara this morning, 9 people lost their lives and 47 were injured.
KazanWhile it was explained that the crash occurred as a result of a head-on collision between a high-speed train and a guide train, it was a matter of debate how the two trains collided.
On the official website of TCDD, guide trains are defined as "train operated as a passenger without any passengers before the first commercial expedition, as an additional safety and security measure."
While it was a matter of debate what the guide train controlling the line was doing on the line when the flights started, according to the first information soL obtained from TCDD, kazanThe reason for this is due to a problem in the signaling system.
An internal source claimed that “the drivers communicated among themselves due to the problem in the signaling system”, while the daily routine before the completion of the guide train control was experienced. kazanHe said that the signal was caused by the signal.
EXPLANATION FROM THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERS ROOM
Chairman of the Board of TMMOB Chamber of Mechanical Engineers, Yusun Yener spoke about the issue.
Yener said, “There is no signaling on the Sincan-Ankara line yet. It was under construction. KazanOn the line where there was a train, the machinists were communicating with each other by radio or mobile phone. KazanThat's probably why," he said.
Source : haber.sol.org.t is