Sincan Kayas Commuter Line is Still Endangered

no signal still on the yht line in ankara
no signal still on the yht line in ankara

The signaling work started in Ankara following the YHT disaster at the Ankara Marshaland Station, which killed nine citizens in 2018, is still incomplete.

High-speed train (YHT) lines and commuter lines opened before the signaling system is completed continue to pose a danger. The signaling work, which started in Ankara after the YHT disaster at the Ankara Marshandiz Station, which killed nine citizens in 2018, is still not completed. In addition, the Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in April 2018 with a flamboyant ceremony opened within the scope of the Baskentray Project Sincan-Kayas Suburban Line said that there is no signaling system.

FACIAS AT 2018

One dayAccording to the news from Burcu Cansu'nun, Ankara-Konya YHT engaged, 13 December 2018'de Yenimahalle district collided with the road train in the Marşandiz Station control. Nine people died, 86 people were injured in the report prepared by the United Transport Union, said that there is no signaling system. It was announced that the line was shut down for one month and signaling was started. However, it has become clear that the signaling work has not been completed despite the eight months passed.

INVITES TO NEW FACES

United Transport Union Executive Board Member Ahmet Eroglu, "Signalization system continues to carry passengers before the completion of the new disaster is inviting," he said. Indicating that there is no signaling in the Sincan-Kayaş Suburban Line, Eroğlu said, “We warned the Ministry after the disaster and started the signaling system on the suburban line. But our warning was ignored. ” Reminding that the line was opened in 2018, Eroğlu said, “The Telephone Management System of the Trains Traffic between Kayaş and Cebeci is used in the center and the Axle Counter system is used between the Hippodrome and Sincan. But these methods are not as secure as the signaling system..

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