Turkey's first driverless metro Opens

Turkey's first driverless metro Opens

Turkey's first driverless metro Opens

Üsküdar Ümraniye Metro Line, known as Turkey's first driverless metro, opens today. Üsküdar Ümraniye Metro Line, which consists of 16 stations, is expected to serve 65 thousand passengers per hour.

Turkey's first driverless subway, known as the Üsküdar Umraniye Metro Line, the President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will attend the opening ceremony today. The foundation of the Üsküdar-Ümraniye Metro Line was laid in 2012. Anatolian side Cekmekoy üsküdarümraniye- the second metro line is 20 km / Sancaktepe Metro Line Turkey's first driverless metro line will be information from the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mevlüt Uysal, has announced the official Twitter address.


The line, which will be put into service as 16 stations and 17 kilometers, will also use the “platform door” system for the security of citizens. Üsküdar / Ümraniye- Çekmeköy / Sancaktepe Metro Line will serve 65 thousand passengers per hour in one direction. After the metro is completed, between Üsküdar and Sancaktepe will decrease to 27 minutes.

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