The 76 km Marmaray project, which is an attempt to link the Asian-European corridor, was launched as of yesterday.
State Railways of the Republic of Turkey, Asia and Europe, an initiative to connect the corridor has begun to operating income for the main stage of the Marmaray project. Siemens Mobility, which is in the joint venture that has built this line, has established and commissioned SCADA system as well as the Signalization and Control system and Communication systems. Line; 43 km 19 km on the Asian side of the peninsula and on the European side of the 62 km, connects to the 14 km tunnel passing under the Bosphorus. The total length of the line will be 76 kilometers and provides a mixed suburban, intercity and freight service for the metropolitan area, as well as providing the integration of the Gebze-Halkalı section to the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed corridor, offering higher availability for transitions from one continent to the other continent. More than 75.000 passengers find their trip more effective at 2-minute intervals during peak hours.
Siemens Mobility CEO Michael stated the following regarding the Peter said: "The Marmaray project in Turkey, which not only improves the decrease to quality of life and the environmental impact on the city's transport, but also the two continents, better connecting emreamadelig guarantee pointing to the commitment to intelligent infrastructure It is. Siemens Mobility increases productivity and minimizes downtime in a busy continental corridor. Siemens
The Marmaray project is one of the pillars of Turkey's ambitious railway investment plan. This includes the design and renovation of the rail system in the metropolitan area on both sides of the Bosphorus, with the centralization of the Operational Control Center in Maltepe. Istanbul is one of the largest cities in the world with almost 15 million population. Before the opening of the Marmaray tunnel passing through the Bosphorus, the only connection between the two sides of the city was provided by two bridges for ferries and road traffic. With the aim of reducing traffic congestion and improving sustainability, management is expanding the urban transport infrastructure.
The technologically unique line is equipped with both ERTMS (European Railway Traffic Management System) and CBTC (Communication Based Train Control System) systems. advanced solutions provided by Siemens Mobility, Turkey involves the Ankara-Konya High Speed Line, which currently serves FUTUR ERTMS technology and Trainguard subway system that serves the Downtown Line in Singapore.
Siemens Mobility in Bandirma-Manisa line already in Turkey, Samsun-thick, Konya-Karaman-Ulukışla line, the Ankara-speed upgrade work of Konya line, and finally in Yerköy-Sivas perform signaling projects; In addition to these, it cooperates in technical solution of line-free detection systems for Tekirdağ-Muratlı line.