The revolution started in the railways

TCDD Purchasing Manager Yakup Guven said: Railways in our country not only in freight transportation, but in the defense industry there is a difference in the railroads ın.

The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD), Purchasing Director James Trust, said that even a nail gravel railways in the last 50-7 years, not revolution happened almost 8 years. Manager Yakup Güven said, 'Our railways planned a 2023 thousand kilometer high-speed train line until 10. And it continues rapidly. In addition to the existing Ankara-Eskişehir and Konya high-speed train line, in the first place: Sivas-Kars line (transportation time 5 hours, cost 4 billion dollars, end year 2014), Halkalı- Bulgaria (transportation time 1 hour, cost 750 million dollars, end year 2013), Ankara-İzmir (via Kemalpaşa), Ankara-Sivas line (end year 2014) In addition to these lines, Sivas-Elazığ-Diyarbakır-Erzincan- "It will be activated on lines such as Trabzon-Antalya-Afyon-Bursa."


Yakup Güven noted that the lines of Karaman-Konya, Niğde-Kayseri, Adana-K.Maraş, Şanlıurfa-Mardin-Syria will be built until 2023, and that the old lines will be rehabilitated and the trains will be able to travel faster. line construction is targeted. Our country has achieved great success in railways and airways today, and our THY has made flights to all parts of the world and Europe's envy and the flight time of German Airlines has passed. It will also make further flights with the new aircraft it has added to its fleet. In our railways, we sell and sell both to our country and abroad with warships and roro ships in the field of defense industry. Our country has gained trust with air and sea routes and our railways have achieved superior goals with the projects it has done and will do on this road, and today only 4 billion urban passenger transportation is targeted with Marmaray-Egeray-Başkentray-Gaziray and projects are being completed rapidly. In addition to these, the high-speed train stations, which are not yet seen in the world, are still building. ”


Source: Yenişafak



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