Its construction started in 2008 and KadıköyThe length of the metro that will serve between Kartal and Kartal is approximately 22,7 km and has 16 passenger stations. On the line, there is Maltepe and Nursing Home Stations and Maltepe Warehouse Area and Maintenance Workshop located on the shore side of the outline. The entire line is one hundred percent underground, including Maltepe Warehouse Area and Maintenance Workshop.
With the increase in exploration, tunnels up to Kaynarca were opened with TBM, and construction and electromechanical works along with the Kartal-Kaynarca tender will reach 26,5 km and the number of stations will reach 19.
Kadıköy Station - City Lines and IDO Line
Kadıköy Station - Moda Nostalgic Tram Line
Ayrılık Çeşme - Marmaray Line
Ünalan Station - Metrobüs Line
Kadıköy, Ayrılıkçeşme, Acıbadem, Ünalan, Göztepe, Yenisahra, Kozyatağı, Bostancı, Küçükyalı, Maltepe, Nursing Home, Gülsuyu, Esenkent, Hospital / Courthouse, Soğanlık, Kartal
Kadıköy1st Phase Civil Works Between Kartal
Contractor: Yapı Merkezi-Doğuş-Yüksel-Yenigün-Belen Construction Joint Venture
Scope of 1. Kadıköy9 km section between Kozyatagi.
Tender price: 139.574.679,63 $ + KDV
2. Discovery Cost: 181.447.083,52 $ + KDV
Tender Date: 30.12.2004
Contract Date: 28.01.2005
Starting Date: 11.02.2005
The work could not be completed and re-tender.
Kadıköy-Kartal Subway Supply Construction and Electro-Mechanical Systems Supply, Installation and Commissioning Works
Contractor: Astaldi ğu Makyol Güz Gulermak Joint Venture Route Length: 21.663 m
Total Single Line Tunnel Length: 43.326 m
Number of Passenger Stations: 16
Stations (respectively): Kadıköy, Ayrılıkçeşme, Acıbadem, Ünalan, Göztepe, Yenisahra, Kozyatağı, Bostancı, Küçükyalı, Maltepe, Nursing Home, Gülsuyu, Esenkent, Hospital / Courthouse, Soğanlık, Kartal
Tender price: 751.256.042,50 € + VAT
Tender Date: 14.01.2008
Contract Date: 06.03.2008
Starting Date: 21.03.2008
Completion of Tunnels: October 2011
Start-up of all signal systems: March 2012
Starting the trial: 8.May 2012
Tools: Kadıköy Trains for the Eagle Line
Manufacturer: CAF (Spain)
Train Type: 4 vehicle (3 part motor, 1 carrier)
Traction Motors: 4 pole AC motors
Train Length: 89,71 m
Vehicle Height: 3,5 m
Vehicle Width: 3 m
Power Supply: 1500 V DC (Catenary)
DC Supply (Battery): 110 V DC
Number of Vehicles: 144 (120 + 24) (20 with additional 24 discovery)
Tender Date: 14.07.2009
Contract Date: 09.09.2009
Start Date: 28.09.2009
Price: 138.739.027 € / 120 Vehicle (1,156,000 Euro / Vehicle)
Date of arrival of the first series: 11.01.2011
The date of the first vehicle on the rail: 27.01.2011
First train type test date: 11-16.04.2011
Number of train descending train: 17.tren
20 06.04.2012 6 with additional XNUMX train
Delivery date of the last train (36.): 31.08.2012
Train control system screenshot The drivers via the TCMS (Train Control and Monitoring System) interface at each 2 end of the trains; In the first part of the train, it is possible to monitor all sub-systems such as doors, drive system, brake system, tension force, driving mode, speed information.
Thus, drivers can easily diagnose all abnormalities in the system, all events and all failures under operation.
With the TCMS intelligent monitoring system, it is possible to determine a possible serious problem in advance and to take the train out of service as soon as possible and to avoid the victimization of the traveling passenger.
Line Length: 22,7 Km
Total Number of Stations: 16
Number of stations to be opened to passengers in the first phase: 15 (Ayrılıkçeşme Station will be opened in October 2013 with Marmaray)
Number of Cars: 144 (36 train with 4 units)
Duration: 29 min
Full lap time: 64 is min.
Maximum Operating Speed: 80km / h
Operating Hours: 06:00 & 24:00
Daily Passenger carrying capacity: 70.000 Passenger / hour (design capacity)
Minimum Trip Frequency: 90 sec (theoretical) 120 sec (practical)
Expedition Time: Peak time, 4 min (time interval to start)
Command Center: At Esenkent Station
Line Voltage: 1500 V DC
Driving Mode: ATO
Command Center: The main control center (OCC) at the Esenkent Station includes Traffic and Storage, SCADA and ECS, Communication, and Supervisor sessions.
7 / 24 Operation: The Command Center is 01 / 00 for the purpose of assisting maintenance personnel mainly during daytime operation and between night time 05: 00 - 7: 24 and to make plans and preparations for the next day.
Operating Modes: Driverless, Automatic and Manual
Total 52 Input
264 Pieces Escalator
70 Piece Elevator
315 Turnstile (29 Disabled)
A view from the tunnel The lengths of the platforms were constructed as 180 m and were prepared according to 8 trains. Bostanci Station has a third middle platform to allow for alternative services and to provide a backup train. The 4 train length is approximately 90 mt and trains run by centering the platform with 4 trains.
Station Structure: In all stations, a separate platform was used.
Max. Depth: 40 mt. (Bostancı and Retirement Home Stations)
Min. Depth: 28 mt. (Ayrilikcesme and Hospital - Courthouse Stations)
Pocket Lines: 3 Mobile line, 1 middle peron (Bostanci) to the main line at the total 4 point can be created waiting for trains.
Tunnel Method: Kadıköy - Kozyatağı and Kartal - Kaynarca TBM, Kozyatağı - Kartal NATM
Rail Type: 54 kg / m UIC 54 (54E1)
Rail clearance: 1435 mm
Max. Tilt:% 4 (outline)
Number of Scissors: 42 Outline, 12 Warehouse and Workshop, 3 pieces cruiser
Scissor Type: R: 300 m 1 / 9 type (Main line), R: 100 m 1 / 6 type (Workshop and Warehouse)
Maltepe Warehouse and Maintenance Workshop:
Storage Capacity: 52 vehicle (13 train)
Workshop Capacity: 16 vehicle (Periodic Maintenance Area), 16 vehicle (Heavy Maintenance Area)
Workshop Equipment: Wheel lathe, bogi drop table, automatic car wash unit, paint shop and bogi washing room, bogi workshop, pneumatic maintenance workshop, electrical workshop, coupling-pantograph maintenance workshop, traveling gantry crane, jib cranes, hydraulic press , especially the bogie manipulator.
Kadıköy - Smoke and passenger evacuation scenarios have been prepared for all possible negative situations that may occur in Kartal Metro and tested by making simulations about these scenarios. With a total of 831 cameras at the stations, the system is constantly monitored and controlled.
The signaling of the line and the storage area has a continuous communication-based Motion Block system. The signaling system is Thales CBTC system and the trains are able to operate without driver. Since trains are equipped with a mechanic's cab, and there is no operating mode without a driver, there are no trains on the trains. However, in cases where the passenger is not present (empty train is sent to the parking zone or warehouse area or from the warehouse and parking area to any part of the main line), it is possible to use completely without driver.
All the equipment used in the subway are selected from materials that are highly resistant to heat and do not emit toxic gases. There is a reliable smoke control and evacuation system, which is fully compliant with NFPA standards, which is fully proven to be safe for people to evacuate in case of fire.
Kadıköy - In Kartal Metro, the energy supply of the entire system is made from 3 different points. OG ring is a 34,5 kV system. If all three feed points are disabled, the generators at 2 different ends can be activated and all the trains in the tunnel can be delivered to the nearest station one by one and evacuate the passengers. While the generators are in operation, the supply of essential loads at the station continues. Essential loads must be disabled for this. In case the energy supply is cut and generators fail and fail, the lighting system and electronic control systems can be fed for 3 hours via uninterrupted power supplies.
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