Transfer in rail transportation ends in Bursa

Transfer in rail transportation ends in Bursa: Bursa Metropolitan Municipality launched the 1,5 year-long voyage but the transfer to the Arabayatağı station was carried out by Bursaray Kestel, which started direct flights after the completion of the signaling and integration system.
Metropolitan Mayor Recep Altepe, Kestel about 31 kilometers in length - noting that Turkey's longest line of the University line, "the world rail lines 17-18 kilometers in length. Transfer is done on lines exceeding this distance. Kestel University line is one of the longest lines in the world, K he said.
In June of the 2014 voyage, a significant obstacle was overcome in the Bursaray Kestel route. Transportation was carried out by means of the transfer to the Arabayatağı Station at the Bursaray Kestel line with a stop of 8 kilometers of 7 kilometers. After the completion of the signaling and integration works, uninterrupted transportation started. Kestel - the university can no longer travel as a direct, Kestel'den labor going to the direction of the citizens will be able to transfer at Arabayağı or Acemler station. In the process that proceeds according to the passenger density, there will be no direct flights between Kestel and Emek.
Longest current without transmission
Depending on the increasing number of vehicles in the city center, the problem of traffic can only be solved by public transportation and rail system investments voicing the Mayor Recep Altepe, so they continue to invest in rail system without slowing, he said. For this purpose, they have completed the signalization work on the Bursaray Kestel line, which is now underway. The 17 kilometer line between Kestel and the University became one of the longest non-direct lines in the world. 18 will be able to provide transportation without a transfer from Kestel to the University. Our citizens will go to the direction of labor will change cars in the Arabayatağı or Acemler stations. Seamless transportation will be beneficial to our people. Kes

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