Alstom Signed a New Signaling Project in Turkey

Alstom Signed a New Signaling Project in Turkey
Alstom Signed a New Signaling Project in Turkey

Alstom signed a new contract to establish a completely driverless signaling system and electromechanical infrastructure on the Ümraniye-Ataşehir-Göztepe (ÜAG) Metro Line, which is of great importance for the Anatolian side of Istanbul. This contract will not only improve the quality of existing infrastructure, but will also improve rail safety and travel comfort.

Alstom, together with the Gülermak-Nurol Joint Venture, will ensure the fully automatic and driverless operation of the 13-kilometer UAG Metro line. Marmaray, Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy-Sancaktepe and KadıköyThe line, which will connect the Kartal-Kaynarca Metro lines, will consist of systems with the highest security measures and will be built with a total of 11 stations.

In addition, the installation of the CityFlo650 solution will reduce maintenance costs and ensure that the line is fully compatible and interoperable with the Dudullu-Bostancı Metro Line signaling system.

Alstom Turkey General Manager, Volkan Karakılınç, said, “We are very happy to have signed our second big signaling project in Istanbul in the last 3 months. As the pioneer of sustainable and innovative mobility, we are committed to continuing to advance Istanbul's rail system network with our state-of-the-art solutions.”

With this contract, the number of signaling projects undertaken by Alstom in the last 3 months in Turkey has increased to three. Alstom still continues the signaling works of Istanbul Çekmeköy-Sancaktepe-Sultanbeyli (ÇSS) line and Bandırma-Bursa-Yenişehir-Osmaneli (BBYO) line.

For over 60 years, Alstom has been operating in Turkey as a leading provider of signaling and train control technology to provide turnkey transit systems for rail vehicles, subways and trams. The Istanbul office serves as the regional hub for Alstom's Digital and Integrated Systems expertise, providing project management, engineering, procurement, training and maintenance services to the entire region.

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