What's going on in the Marmaras

What is happening in Marmaray: After the magnificent opening, claims such as 'Marmaray had an accident, malfunctioned' follow each other. I wonder which one of these is correct? Action magazine wrote about what happened under the sea.
The action, published in the previous issue titled 'Early birth in Marmaray', raised the issue of adequate time testing to be determined according to other examples of the system in the world. IETT Former General Manager and Bahçeşehir University Department of Transportation Assist. Assoc. Dr. Muammer Kantarcı recommended that the system be tested and that passengers should not be taken as long as the international auditing company did not approve it. Kantarcı, who is an airplane engineer, has made metro auctions during his term and served as a senior manager in companies producing rail systems. Moreover, he supervised a master thesis on Marmaray at the university where he worked.
After the magnificent opening of Marmaray in October, the eyes were turned into this project. The mishaps, allegations and the answers given to each other followed each other. Just like in almost every subject, there has been a polarization based on prejudices. Marmaray is undoubtedly a mega project connecting Istanbul transportation and international transportation corridors. The people who have contributed to this investment owes their gratitude.
Today, one of the most important concepts that needs to come to the forefront in public administration is to reach information and transparency. In Marmaray, this requirement could not be fulfilled. The bureaucrats who were afraid of being criticized about disruptions did not openly express their opinions to the public. The action received first-hand information about the disruptions after the opening. The first claim about Marmaray was heard before the opening: so-called Marmaray, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Binali Yildirim, TCDD General Manager Suleyman Karaman, including the bureaucrats carrying an accident. Even the train had become unusable. Umut Oran, who took the allegations seriously, even gave a motion on the question of the Prime Minister. However, the actual event was exaggerated by opposing foci. 25 On October 2013, during the expedition, Minister Yıldırım and bureaucrats had hit a forgotten plastic container on the railway track. Fear was experienced for a short time on the train, the canister was removed from the train after the road continued.
The case of the second polemic case 30 October 2013 on the morning of electricity cuts in the morning due to a period of interruption. In the case of the media, the security system cut the electricity. The night before, only the personnel had the power cut off on the security system. The system repeated the command given the night before, as the mobile phones repeated the wake-up alarm. That's what it was. There was no fault. Only the security system had a skipped feature.
Perhaps the most important criticism for the Marmaray line is the passenger transport of the TÜV SÜD (Technical Inspection Association) without completing the conformity and safety assessment according to the European Union criteria for at least 15 days. TÜV SÜD has been appointed by the state for 145 for technical inspection, inspection and management system certification in Germany. The organization works in all branches of industry, notably in vehicle inspections in Turkey. Experts in the subject necessarily expect that these reports should be expected. In other similar submarine public transport systems around the world, 1 is a test drive around the year. Malicious words; all other concerns need to remain in the plan.

Source : http://www.haber01.com

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