This time the Ankara-Istanbul YHT line will be held?


Will the term given for the Ankara-Istanbul YHT line this time hold: The Minister of Transport and other officials have insistently and emphatically announced that the High Speed ​​Train will start flights on the Istanbul-Ankara line on 29 October 2013.
For the sake of raising the new train route to October 29, they made many parts of this city suffer. They destroyed and destroyed the historical artifacts on the route. But it didn't. Neither the fast train nor the slow train reached October 29th. Of course, YHT, which will work between Istanbul and Ankara, is very important for Izmit residents. But more importantly, a train that will run between Izmit and Istanbul. The city, where trains have passed in the middle of a hundred years, has been longing for trains for three years. Coming from this city to Istanbul and Adapazarı is both a great pain and a huge expense.
We look forward to our train. Transport Minister Binali Yıldırım said in a statement he made while the budget of his ministry was being discussed in the Assembly Commission, “Trial runs started in some parts of the route. "Istanbul-Ankara high-speed train will run in February."
For some reason, all the promises given to our city in state investments fail. The terms are always longer. It was the same with the train business. Let's hope that the Minister's due date will be kept. Both the Istanbul-Ankara High Speed ​​Train and the Istanbul-Adapazarı suburban train will start their trips in February, that is, before the 30 March elections. For this job, there are those who say "It will find May" and those who say "It will not end before the end of the year". We want to believe the Minister's word.
Of course, the governors of our province, the Metropolitan Chairman, deputies with the fast train between Istanbul-Adapazari to start working in the suburban trains should use all their powers. For this city, the suburban train is more important than the fast train.

Source : is

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