China-made trains enter service in Istanbul's new metro line
STORY: China-made trains enter service in Istanbul's new metro line
DATELINE: Jan. 23, 2023
LOCATION: ISTANBUL, Türkiye
1. various of subway stations and subway trains
2. SOUNDBITE 1 (Turkish): RECEP TAYYIP ERDOGAN, Turkish President
3. SOUNDBITE 2 (Turkish): HALUK OGUZ, Management specialist, CRRC ZELC's subsidiary in Türkiye
4. SOUNDBITE 3 (Turkish): FARUK BOSTANCI, Administrative affairs chief at CRRC Türkiye
5. SOUNDBITE 4 (Turkish): EMIRHAN ERSOY, Istanbul resident
A batch of China-made automated driverless trains were put into operation on a new metro line that officially opened to the public on Sunday in Istanbul, Türkiye.
The 34-kilometer metro line connects central Istanbul and the city's new international airport.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said at the opening ceremony that the trains, which can run up to 120 kilometers per hour, will bring convenience to passengers.
SOUNDBITE 1 (Turkish): RECEP TAYYIP ERDOGAN, Turkish Preside
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