Catenary has a Question Suggestion: If it went 250 Km at a fast pace: CHP Istanbul Deputy Dr. Sezgin Tanrıkulu told Transport Minister Elvan, “The cruise wire (kataner) is 235 - 250 km, not at the entrance to Kocaeli, where the train slows down. What would be the dimensions of the disaster that would occur if it happened while traveling with a fast pace? Is it true to claim that not enough technical preparations for safe train operation are completed in the YHT line between the capital Ankara and Istanbul? ” she asked.
Tanrıkulu, in the written proposal of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication Lütfi Elvan, demanded to be answered in writing, argued that the last catenary malfunction has once again awakened signs in the eyes of the public about the reliability of high-speed train services between Ankara and Istanbul. Asking which companies are paid for the YHT line in return for which jobs and services, including the igorta, Tanrıkulu said, “How many times the opening of the line was delayed; What are the reasons for procrastination? Is it true to claim that not enough technical preparations for safe train operation are completed in the YHT line between the capital Ankara and Istanbul? What are the technical infrastructures in YHT line that have not been completed for safe train management as of July 26, 2014? ” asked questions.
Asking by which institution or company the conformity report for the cruise wire (kataner), which caused the YHT to be delayed by 20 minutes, Tanrıkulu said, “The cruise wire (kataner) is not 235 km to the entrance of Kocaeli, where the train slows down. What would be the dimensions of the disaster that would occur if it happened while traveling with a fast speed? she pointed out. The questions asked by Tanrıkulu are as follows:
“If it is true to claim that there is no working signal system for a very large part of the line, which are the line points that do not have a working signal system as of July 26, 2014? What is the full text of the conformity report submitted by the German TÜV-SÜD Rail Company, which issued the certificate of conformity to the YHT line, to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications? On the date of March 13, 2009, the preliminary operation report issued by the independent auditing company TÜV-SÜD regarding the opening of the line was renewed or confirmed? Is it true that TÜV-SÜD Rail Firm, which has issued a certificate of conformity to the YHT line, is authorized to provide international certification for a maximum speed of 120km / h? If it is correct, then how is the certification of TÜV-SÜD Rail Company used for the Capital Ankara - Istanbul High Speed Train Line at 250 km / h? How is the operating speed of the Başkent Ankara - Istanbul line High Speed Train, which is taking place at a maximum of 120 km / h, with a test drive of 250 km / h depending on the ta or what? Are the rails used in the YHT line and manufactured in the factory of the Spanish company Arcelor group Aceralia are the same production codes as the rails used in the Madrid-Barcelona line? Do the rails produced in Spain's Arcelor group's Aceralia company have the same durability quality as the rails used in the Madrid-Barcelona line? Is it true to claim that the rails used in the YHT line and produced in the factory of Spain's Arcelor group Aceralia are produced from the rails used in Madrid-Barcelona line? Can we provide a copy of the production certificate submitted by the Spanish Aceralia company to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications for the rails produced for use?