Tekirdağ Muratlı Railway Electrification Project

Tekirdağ Muratlı Railway Electrification Project:

30 Kilometerlik Tekirdağ - Muratlı Railway expansion and 2. information about the construction of the line, promotion and information meeting; Governor Ali Yerlikaya, Tekirdag Deputy T. Ziyaeddin Akbulut, TCDD 1. Regional Director Hasan Gedikli, the contractor company and the protocol was held with the participation of provincial protocol.
At the meeting; While a presentation was made by the company that completed the railway expansion and line construction work in 2 year, Hasan Gedikli, the head of TCDD Region 1, whose headquarters is Istanbul Haydarpaşa; “With this construction work in Tekirdağ, which is in the area of ​​responsibility of our Regional Directorate, Tekirdağ Port is now; He will be connected with Derince Port on the one hand and Bandırma Port on the other, so that our Tekirdağ city will be a central place in railway transportation. ”
Speaking at the information meeting, Governor Ali Yerlikaya also said; He stated that the Tekirdağ-Muratlı Railway line, which was started to be built in 2007 and opened in 2010, is a single line before and now it has become a “double line” with an investment of approximately 35 million, as a result of the devoted work of the contractor firm, which was carrying out the construction work with TCDD.
Governor Yerlikaya; “This study also proves that Tekirdağ is a real“ logistics base ”. Tekirdağ, which will use the railway effectively after land, sea and airways, will have a more active economy. You know, transportation means civilization. People care about service. Civilization now makes this essential.
21 will be inaugurated on September, in 30 Kilometer of Tekirdag - Muratlı Railway expansion and 2. line construction work (Electrification Project); With 2 foundation laying and 5 opening, TCDD is also performing a special service. I would like to thank everyone who contributed to the State Railways, which celebrated the 157.

Source: news.kanal59.com.tr

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