ttc’s new subway cars delayed - two way car alarm
Toronto's new rocket subway car is expected to be trapped on the launch stage a few months after arriving in Toronto.
Accused of delays in bankruptcy in New York
Door manufacturers based in Yonge
College passengers will wait at least six months to ease congestion on the system's busiest lines.
At the beginning of this year, new TR cars should start testing in TTC tunnels.
But officials say the first rockets will not arrive until the end of August at least, and will not be put into use until the end of the year.
Like the T1 car now running on the Yonge line, it will be moved to Bloor-
The Toronto Rockets have 66 seats.
But open channels allow riders to move up and down six channels
Car trains and a new seating configuration mean that they can carry more standing passengers than the 1,000 passengers on the existing train.
Bombardier has made every effort to minimize the impact of manufacturing delays on TTC and has built a new supply chain, including in-
Spokesman Marc said the company's Lei Wan Factory HouseAndré Lefebvre.
"Now we are testing cars on the Kingston Test trail," he said . ".
The delay does not affect TTC operations. “We’re ok now.
But as the number of passengers continues to grow, what we are really talking about is passenger comfort and congestion, "said Brad Ross, spokesman for TTC.
On 2006, the city council of Toronto awarded Bombardier A $0. 71 billion Toronto rocket contract as a way to keep a job in Thunder Bay.
But when rival manufacturers come up with competitive bidding procedures that will make taxpayers' money more valuable, the move raises controversy.
Because bankruptcy is considered beyond Bombardier's control, the company will not be punished for an extension, Ross said.
The new car, coupled with a computer signal system called automatic train control on the Yongji line, and more trains and cross-tracks, is expected to arrive by 2017, the oldest metro line in TTC will be expanded by 30 to 50.
Unlike subways that can currently be separated from each other, the Toronto Rockets have six
It includes two taxis at both ends and four passenger cars in the middle.
It will take about two years for TTC to receive all 234 new metro cars.
Safety: emergency areas in yellow will be retained.
But there is also a new passenger alarm intercom system: there will be six walkie-talkies per car (
36 cars per column)
, Placed at each other gate, allowing voice communication with the operator or guard.
There will be four closures for each car.
Strategically placed circuit cameras provide operators and guards with real-time images inside the train so they can see what happens when the alarm starts.
Bacterial control: pillars on each side of 1. 5-
There will be anti-mi gate
A bacterial coating that helps prevent the spread of bacteria.
Barrier-free facilities: two barrier-free areas for each vehicle (12 per train)
There are three separate folds. down seats.
The guide belt will help visually impaired passengers.
Pathfinding: the flashing Metro roadmap will visually announce the next stop, indicating transfer stations such as Yonge and St.
George, showed us the direction of the train.
A synchronized audio-visual announcement along with an additional LED/LCD display will be provided to broadcast messages about delays or service interruptions. Trains: Six-
Car configuration with cab before and after.
Cars cannot be separated from each other, but riders can move easily between cars.
Each vehicle can accommodate an average of 66 passengers and 199 standing passengers, while the existing t1 has 184 standing passengers.
There are 64 seats in each cab car.
There are 68 taxis.
Old metro vehicles: T1 series cars built between 1996 and 2001 will be redeployed from Yonge line to Bloor-Danforth line.
This will allow TTC to retire the H4 car in the east. west route.
They started running from 1974.