Railway Network to double up to 2023

Railway Network to double up to 2023
By 2023 10 thousand kilometers new high-speed train network, 4 thousand kilometers will be built in the conventional new line. Thus the 11 12, which is a thousand kilometers XNUMX, will double the year.

Aiming to invest $ 2023 billion by 350, the AKP government will allocate the largest budget to railways, with $ 45 billion.

While the railway investment of 10 billion 25 million TL has been made in the last 964 years, the government will build 2023 thousand kilometers of new high-speed train networks and 10 thousand kilometers of conventional lines. The Ministry of Transport, which plans to 'fast' transportation to many cities in Anatolia in 4, aims to build a total of 2023 thousand 100 kilometers of new railway lines, including the 9 thousand km high-speed train line and the 978 thousand 4 km conventional line. The railway network, which is 997 thousand kilometers, will double in 14 years. The double track length will increase from 975 percent to 11 percent. The rate of electric lines from 12 percent will increase to 9 percent.

When the Targets were realized in Sivas YHT 2015, high-speed trains from 29 provinces including Yozgat, Trabzon, Diyarbakır and Malatya will pass, as well as cities such as Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Sivas and Bursa. 45-25 billion dollars of the projects that cost 30 billion dollars will be provided from China. According to the 'Railway Cooperation Agreement', the Chinese will build the high speed railway line of 7 thousand 18 kilometers. The remaining 2 thousand 924 kilometers will be made by Railways' own resources and foreign loans. By 2023, 10 thousand kilometers of new high-speed train networks and 4 thousand kilometers of conventional new lines will be built. With the launch of Operation YHT between Ankara and Eskisehir Turkey, 8th in the world and 6th in Europe has reached the position of countries that fast train operations. Since the opening of the Ankara-Eskişehir segment, 20 million 7 thousand passengers have traveled 313 times a day. The share of passenger transportation was 65 percent when YHTs started operating between Ankara and Konya. On October 29, 2013, Ankara-Istanbul High Speed ​​Railway will be put into service with Marmaray, the second largest underwater railway project in the world, with an investment volume of $ 5 billion.

Construction of Ankara-İzmir, Ankara-Bursa, Ankara-Sivas-Erzincan lines are also ongoing. 4.7 billion TL of appropriation was made for Sivas-Erzincan High Speed ​​Railway project tender and the site was delivered on 27 June 2012. In the second half of this year, the construction tender will be held. The goal of the Ankara-Sivas high speed train project is to run the trains by finishing the infrastructure in 2014 and laying the rails in 2015. The allocation for TCDD, which has 8 regional directorates, 7 ports, 3 subsidiaries, 4 subsidiaries, 5 factories, was 2003 million TL in 251 and 2013 billion 4 million TL in 700. In 2013, 56 percent of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications budget was allocated for railways. In the last 10 years, 25 billion 964 million TL has been invested in railways. To date, 94 thousand new railroads have been built. Construction of the 3 thousand 434 km railway continues. Between 2005 and 2012, an average of 137 km of railways per year was built. Conventional railway construction of 360 km continues, project of 799 km conventional railway construction is ready, 381 km conventional railway line is in the project phase. High speed trains around the world High speed trains are used today in European countries such as France, Belgium, England, Germany, Spain, Italy and Japan, China and South Korea. Construction of high-speed train lines continues in the Netherlands and Switzerland. Japan is the country with the highest passenger density. The Shinkansen network, with a total length of 2 kilometers, transports 452 million passengers a year. France follows Japan. It takes 305 hours 2 minutes between London and Paris by high-speed trains and only 15 hour 1 minutes between London and Brussels.

President of Chamber of Mechanical Engineers Çakar: TCDD Law Does Not Observe Public Interest

Supporting the action taken by the Railway Employees Platform on the new TCDD bill, Ali Ekber Çakar, President of the Chamber of Mechanical Engineers, said the law does not respect public interests. Making a written statement, Çakar said, “The law aims to fragment the TCDD and incorporate it, to liberalize the transportation network, to adopt the business model that considers capital-market interests instead of the understanding of public service, to sell TCDD immovables, and to put the employees into a flexible-insecure working form.”

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