Ankara will be the heart of YHT

Ankara will be the heart of YHT: Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications will continue construction of Ankara-based High Speed ​​Train Lines in 2014. Next year, the 393 kilometer between Ankara-Sivas and the Ankara-Afyonkarahisar line will be carried out on the 167 kilometers.
Ankara-Sivas and Ankara-Sivas and 393 kilometers-long kilometers in Ankara-Sivas and Ankara-Sivas high-speed train network consisting of Istanbul-Ankara-Sivas, Ankara-Afyonkarahisar-Izmir, Ankara-Konya and Istanbul-Eskisehir-Antalya corridors. Polatlı -Fyonkarahisar will continue in 167 for the construction of high speed train lines.
The use of Traffic Electronic Control Systems (TEDES) will be integrated with Intelligent Transport Systems in line with the objective of reducing the deaths due to traffic accidents in the Highway Traffic Safety Strategy and Action Plan with a percentage of 50. In this context, the number of electronic inspection systems will be increased next year between cities and cities. Thus, electronic monitoring systems will be expanded in order to monitor and facilitate the flow of traffic and to ensure deterrence in compliance with the rules. It will complete the pilot study of Vehicle Identification System (AKSİS) in order to establish vehicle communication with electronic systems in highway network, increase efficiency in traffic inspections and information activities, obtain more reliable information on road use and ensure standardization of vehicle license plates and effective traffic and public safety.
Next year, the 130 signaling intersection will be improved with the 100 crash land point and the 2 bin 350 mile guardrail construction and repair will be carried out, especially on the divided roads. 25,7 million square meters horizontal marking on highways and 160 thousand square meters vertical sign plate to be renewed. Within the scope of activating the weight controls, the installation of the new roadside inspection station will be completed and the number of stations will be increased and the 23 million vehicle will be inspected.

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