Izmir High Speed ​​Train project will connect six cities

İzmir High Speed ​​Train project will connect six cities: İzmir will be connected to İstanbul via Balıkesir, Bursa and Kocaeli with the High Speed ​​Train project.

Binali Yıldırım, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, stated that they started the High Speed ​​Train (YHT) line project, which will connect Izmir with Istanbul after Ankara, and said, Bakanı We will connect Izmir to Istanbul via Balıkesir, Bursa and Kocaeli. With this project, we will combine six cities with high speed. Bu Yildirim, Izmir and Istanbul between the duration of travel to 4 hours, Izmir-Istanbul YHT project is continuing rapidly announced. Güz This project will change the destiny of Izmir and Istanbul's cities along with the Izmir-Istanbul Highway, güvenli he said.

Minister Yildirim said that the travel time between Izmir and Bursa will be reduced to 1 hours and 45 minutes and Izmir-Istanbul will be reduced to 4 hours. We do not promise, we do. ” Stating that the work between Istanbul and Gebze is under the Marmaray project and is about to be completed, Yıldırım said, “The works between Bilecik and Bursa are carried out by TCDD. As you know in the Bursa-Yenişehir section, we had delivered the place on 13 January 2012. Currently, nine tunnels are under construction. Infrastructure as well as significant physical realization was achieved like 35. Application project works have been completed in Yenişehir-Bilecik section and tender preparation works are continuing. The tender announcement is scheduled for the end of August. ”

Bursa-Balıkesir-Izmir between the projects planned for the line, Marmaray also carried out by the General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments said Minister Binali Yildirim, after completion of the tender for the completion of the tender said. 4 thousand people working for the project stating that Lightning, after the line's service will provide employment to a thousand people underlined.

Source : www.dunyabulteni.net

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