06 Ankara

Fast train speeded up

The work of the High Speed ​​​​Train Project in our province gained momentum. A construction site was built under the Adnan Menderes Bridge, and a feverish work was undertaken. Within the scope of the Istanbul-Ankara High Speed ​​​​Train Project, the works carried out in our province were accelerated. Employees who set up a construction site under the Adnan Menderes Bridge are currently working feverishly on the rails along the coast. The area with the rails is emptied and made suitable for high-speed trains. as he knows [more…]

34 Istanbul

Istanbul Suburban Train took another life

Yesterday at around 17.00, the suburban train from Kartal to Pendik crashed into a man on the rails as it approached the Yunus train station. Ambulance and police teams were called to the scene as the man hit by the suburban train died horribly. In the first examination, it was learned that the man who died tragically was 59-year-old Ahmet Yeşil. Crime scene investigators corpse on rails [more…]

RAILWAYS

Konya's first tram will arrive after 480 days

While 60 companies participated in the tender held by the Metropolitan Municipality for 6 trams, the tender offers of the companies will remain valid for 180 calendar days, ie 3 months. According to the tender specifications issued by the Metropolitan Municipality, the delivery time of the trams is as follows: The place of delivery is Konya / Turkey and the tram vehicles are in Sakarya Mahallesi Konya Rail System in accordance with the delivery conditions of DDU (Incoterms 2010). [more…]

98 Iran

Presidents of Turkey-Iran Customs Administration 3 "Third Meeting Held

The 3rd meeting of the Heads of Customs Administration of Turkey-Iran was held on 14 October 2012 in Isfahan. Ziya Altunyaldız, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Customs and Trade, attended the Turkish delegation at the meetings. The 3rd meeting of the Heads of Customs Administration of Turkey – Iran was held on 14 October 2012 in Isfahan. Ziya Altunyaldız, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Customs and Trade, to the Turkish delegation, and to the Iranian delegation, Dr. [more…]

RAILWAYS

Up to date 7 million people moved by high-speed train

Stating that nearly 7 million people traveled from Eskişehir to Ankara and from Ankara to Konya by high-speed train, Minister Yıldırım said, “There is no high-speed train in America, there is a high-speed train in Turkey. Turkish people are no longer lame or embarrassed. When he goes to Europe and America, he walks around with his head high, proud of being a citizen of the Republic of Turkey. This is our 75 million people, our nation. [more…]

Logistic support from bebka to Bursa industry
16 Bursa

Logistics Support to Bursa Industry from BEBKA

Bursa Eskişehir Bilecik Development Agency (BEBKA) will transfer a resource of 72 thousand TL to Bursa Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association (BUSİAD) within the scope of Direct Activity Support Program for the feasibility studies of the Logistics Village Project, which will be a first in Bursa. Bursa Deputy Governor Ahmet Hamdi Usta, BUSIAD President Oya Coşkunöz Yöney and board members attended the signing ceremony of the agreement held at BEBKA's office in BUTTİM. [more…]

RAILWAYS

He Passed Under the Mixer to the Construction of High Speed ​​Train

During the underground works of the high-speed train in Eskişehir city center, the concrete mixer that entered the construction area crushed the old woman. The old woman, who was dragged for meters under the truck, died at the scene. In the accident that took place on Sakarya Caddesi in Tepebaşı district around 09.00, the 41 UM 34 plate concrete mixer under the direction of AK (9563) wanted to go to the underground construction of the high-speed train. [more…]

GENERAL

Today in History: 20 October 1957 Simplon Express collided with a motor train near Edirne.

According to the news in the Ankara Provincial Newspaper on October 20, 1885, the people of Ankara demanded a railway with a petition they submitted to the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Sultan. After the Ankara Agreement with the French on 20 October 1921, the Ulukışla-Mersin line was opened. The right to operate the Pozantı-Nusaybin line was given to the French. 20 October 1932 The first Mersin train went to Samsun. (Reaching the Black Sea from the Mediterranean) Turkey-France “Protocol on the roads on the Turkey-Syria border” [more…]