Metro Design Criteria

Metro Design Criteria: In the attached file, the minimum design criteria for the Metro Systems included in the urban public transportation systems are given. However, the local conditions, topographic features, historical and natural sites in the study area, such as the limitations of factors such as; In the case of using different values ​​in line slope and curve radius criteria, alternative routes may be submitted to DLH for approval.

In the case of planning the extensions of existing rail system lines; Rail Clearance, Storage Area Rail work (such as concrete or traverse-ballast line construction) criteria will be compatible with the current system specifications.

One-way hourly passenger capacity in the Metro System is between 30.000-70.000. Energy supply, usually 3. derailment. However, there may be systems in which energy is provided through catenary or rigid catenary.

The system will not interfere in any way with other transport systems and will be fully protected. System design; it shall comply with the relevant national and international standards and relevant regulations and technical specifications of public institutions and organizations.

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