Alstom Transport to be Tender for High Speed ​​Train

Alstom Transport 90 cars will enter the High Speed ​​Train Tender: the opening in the coming months in Turkey planned to attend the high-speed train tenders expected 90 vehicles Alstom Transport Turkey General Manager Art Faith, entering this year's 25th year 'Pendolino' model was brought to the forefront, "It goes up to 250 kilometers, and the transportation time is reduced by approximately 20 percent due to the absence of speed loss on the railway bend with the tilting body technology," he said.
Turkey's economy in the 5-year roadmap drawn by the 10th Development Plan, the high-speed train line length of 888 kilometers, which as of the end of last year, was targeted in 2018, 2 thousand 496 kilometers removal. TCDD continues its preparations to expand and intensify its high-speed train railway network.
In Turkey, where it has been operating in the field of energy and transportation for nearly 60 years, French Alstom, which stands out in railways with metro tenders, especially in Istanbul, closely follows TCDD's tenders. Arda İnanç, General Manager of Alstom Transport Turkey, who is preparing for the tender for 90 vehicles, answered DHA's questions, and added the 'Pendolino' high-speed train model, which provides service with a total of 13 trains in 492 countries, to Turkish railways. kazanHe said that they are working with all their strength to get rid of it. Arda İnanç stated that Pendolino, which circulates on the rails of 13 countries in the world where rail transportation is highly developed, such as Germany, Italy, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Poland and Russia, is the model that has proven itself the most in the market at the moment.
At the factory in Savigliano, Italy, Pendolino's latest developed form 'ETR600' continues its production for Polish and Swiss railways. Arda Inanc explained the privileges offered by Pendolino with its yaw body technology as follows:
“Pendolino can go up to 250 kilometers per hour. In addition to being fast, another feature that makes this train special is its tilting body technology. Thanks to this technology, trains can enter curves (railway cornering) faster. Since the curves do not lose speed, the transportation time is reduced by approximately 20 percent. In addition, passenger comfort was considered when entering curves. There is also a technology that we use to ensure that the passengers do not experience much jolt. Since there is no jolt, the passengers do not keep the road too long. ”
'Pendolino' high-speed trains, currently in Turkey in the existing conventional lines in which underlined that it is capable of being operable Faith, "improvements to be made in infrastructure a sufficient condition for the operation of the train. In other words, since there is no need to lay a railway, as in very high-speed trains (ÇYHT), there is a significant cost savings on its own. ”
Pendolino trains, but also for Turkey's bumpy and winding Located rail lines in the region appear to be an appropriate solution that emphasizes faith, he continued:
"Turkey's investments in infrastructure, with Europe 'operations together (interoperability) is carried out in accordance with principle. Pendolino trains TSI standard having high-speed trains in the application of this principle, with the addition of Turkey to the appropriate onboard signaling equipment, here is a solution compatible for infrastructure. "
Faith added that the interior design of the trains is designed according to the wishes and expectations of the customers.
Highlighting the position of Alstom in the railway market, Arda Inanc added:
“Alstom Transport is one of the undisputed leaders in the world in high-speed and high-speed trains. One third of the trains used in the world are manufactured by Alstom. We are talking about a product of such a globally recognized brand that has been in operation for 25 years. Therefore, to see such a train in Turkey not only as a manager in Alstom, at the same time I want to use this as a fast passenger trains.

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