Kayseri's new rail system vehicles with sand-bag test drive: Kayseri Metropolitan Mayor Mustafa Celik, the rail system after the completion of the voyage of the new rail system tester personally. President Steel, each month in the coming days of the new rail system vehicles will take one to two service and so public transportation will become much more comfortable and comfortable, he said. In the course of the test, the fact that sand bags were installed on the rail vehicles was 22.
Metropolitan Mayor Mustafa Çelik came to the Rail System Main Repair Station around 01.00:30 at night. Vice President Secretary General Ahmet Darendelioğlu welcomed President Çelik. Mayor Çelik participated in the test of the rail system vehicle, which was the first of the 6 vehicles that Metropolitan Municipality made a purchase contract. Çelik received information from Feyzullah Gündoğdu, General Manager of Transportation Inc. about the vehicle that has been tested for a while and the tests. Gündoğdu said that 276 tons of sand bags corresponding to a total of 22 passengers were placed inside the vehicle, providing a weight of XNUMX people per square meter.
Metropolitan Mayor Çelik later switched to the seat of the rail system vehicle and used the vehicle personally. Making a statement after testing the rail system vehicle, President Mustafa Çelik said that they carried out the testing of new vehicles after midnight due to the completion of the rail system flights. Stating that other new vehicles will continue to come from the end of the month, President Mustafa Çelik said, “We are currently testing the walking and stopping times, walking gear and other technical parts of our current vehicle. There are 276 tons of cargo in the vehicle, corresponding to 22 passengers. No negative situation has been found in the tests carried out so far. These tests will be carried out continuously until the end of the month. At the end of the month, new vehicles will also come and we will take two services each month. Good luck. " said.
Emphasizing the fact that the vehicle was built by Turkish engineers, Chairman Çelik said, “An important aspect of this vehicle is that it was made entirely locally by Turkish engineers and Turkish technical team. Such an industry kazanAs Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality, we contributed to the he spoke