For the Bursa High Speed Train Station, 3 stations will be built in three different classes in Bursa.
The first station is named as Bursa Railway Station in the large category. The project, which is planned as Yenişehir Station, is in the middle type category. As Gürsu Station, it envisions a small type of station developed for less populated places.
It is understood that Bursa High Speed Train Station carries traces of modern architecture in accordance with the modern development of the city.
Between the station building and the rails on the top of the platform where passengers will ride on the platform as a transparent material covered with steel construction, the interior is also included in the modern lines.
TCDD General Manager Süleyman Karaman stated that the Bursa High Speed Train Line will be built with the latest technological systems suitable for 250 kilometers, and said that the first step was taken to relieve Bursa's 59-year longing for railways with high speed train. Karaman stated that Bursa, which got a train with the opening of the Bursa-Mudanya Line in 1891, was deprived of this opportunity when the road was closed in 1953, and said, "Today, Bursa is starting to count days to get a high-speed train."
Stating that the work has begun on the 105-kilometer Bursa-Yenişehir section of the 74-kilometer road from Bilecik to the Ankara-Istanbul line, Karaman said: “This line will be built with the latest technological systems suitable for 250 kilometers. When the line is completed, both passenger and fast freight trains will run. Passenger trains will run at 200 kilometers per hour and freight trains at 100 kilometers per hour. Bursa high speed train station will also be built, a station will be built in Yenişehir, and a high-speed train station will be built in the airport here. The application projects of the 30-kilometer Yenişehir-Vezirhan-Bilecik section have been completed and the tender will be held this year.