“Turkey’s first driverless metro” which is on the Ümraniye-Çekmeköy line with the first stage Üsküdar-Yamanevler Metro, is being monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by the Command and Control Center and.

Citizens show great interest in the driverless metro network with nine stations, Üsküdar, Fıstıkağacı, Bağlarbaşı, Altunizade, Kısıklı, Bulgurlu, Ümraniye, Çarşı and Yamanevler, that the stage terminal is Ümraniye-Çekmeköy line.

The subway, which does not have a driver, is controlled by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) Command and Control Center. The command and control center of the line is taped.


Ömer Taşkara who is Business Manager of the Uskudar-Ümraniye-Çekmeköy Metro Line said that the line was made about 17.6 km. Taşkara said that about 10.7 kilometers of the first phase, which is 9 stations in the first stage, has been opened with 16 stations. Taşkara said that “We have been serving about 6.5 million passengers so far and our trains are serviced without drivers. We have a staff at the command center and we monitor the vehicle with the cameras from the continuous command center. The system prevents the passengers from squashing into doors and reopened when the passengers squash into the door. It is seen as a failure at the command center. The command center sees this directly on the screen. A staff member directs the staff to allow the vehicle to move with the confirmation that the train is not closing because the passengers are trapped in the door and the door of the train is not closed. ”

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