How to behave in an emergency in Marmarasi (Video)

How to behave in an emergency in Marmaray: With the opening of Marmaray, when a historical project was implemented, it became a matter of curiosity about how citizens should act in an emergency.
With the opening of Marmaray, when a historical project came to life, it became a question of how citizens should act in an emergency. TCDD General Manager Süleyman Karaman entered the tunnels when the train was running and introduced the emergency exit doors to the UAV team.
With the opening of the project of the century, Marmaray, the two continents united. Citizens, who passed under the sea in 4 minutes, had a great interest in Marmaray. TCDD General Manager Süleyman Karaman, who personally traveled inside the tunnel, denied the claims that citizens were experiencing panic as the train stopped in the tunnel yesterday.
TCDD General Manager Süleyman Karaman showed the İhlas News Agency team in practice what citizens should do in case the train stops. Entering the tunnel under the sea, Karaman introduced the emergency exit doors. Stating that there are normal living areas along the tunnel on Marmaray's line, Karaman said, “Even if a train is left due to malfunction or electricity, all citizens can walk in the tunnel very easily. They can get off the train comfortably. There are pedestrian paths. This line is set accordingly. "We serve on a line where there are no such fears."
"Those descending from the train can walk under the sea"
Stating that those who get off the train in an emergency can easily walk under the sea, Karaman said, “In such a situation, we have scenarios of passing from one tunnel to another. If there is a problem here, we have gates to pass to the other line. We can walk even more comfortably. Our citizens may be comfortable. I want them to know that there is no risk in case of failure. Train can stop all over the tunnel. All scenarios have been drawn up in terms of safety. The train remained, there is no such thing as a danger ”he said.
Süleyman Karaman, General Manager of TCDD, then traveled with citizens in Marmaray. A citizen who said that his wife was getting on the train because he was afraid made everyone laugh. Comforting the citizen, Karaman said, “We have trains passing under the tunnel everywhere. This is the safest place even in an earthquake. Say hi to the aunt from me. It can easily ride. "Some people who got on yesterday pressed every button they saw, it was a problem," he explained.
Marmaray's command center is dazzling. The teams work like ants to avoid any trouble. Keeping their eyes on the computer screens for a moment, the officers direct the trains. In addition, all trains and stations are monitored 24 hours a day on cameras in the command center. The Marmaray museum, which was established at the Yenikapı station, also attracts the attention of citizens. Citizens, who see the historical artifacts found during the excavations, do not neglect to take pictures.



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