Zonguldak-Filyos Train Expeditions Started

Zonguldak-Filyos Train Services Started: In Zonguldak, expected train services have started. During the work carried out on the Zonguldak Karabük-Irmak Railway line, train services were canceled for about two years. Train services have started again as of today.
The Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications initiated the work on the railway line of Zonguldak-Karabuk-Irmak line. Tests have been started between Zonguldak and Filyos in line with the studies that have been going on for almost two years. Following the test drives, four train tours started in the morning and in the evening. Semi-speed diesel to work in the region of the trains, citizens are comfortable to travel DM type wagons were recorded.
The first time this morning, 06: 10'dan Zonguldak'dan began. 06: At 45, the train from Filyos station was moved to Zonguldak station by 07: 00. Two years since the removal of the train service since Filyos-Zonguldak passenger traffic between the bus stop clicked when the two citizens lost their lives in the aftermath of the disaster. Following the disaster, road closures were carried out, but no results were achieved and trainings were organized for trains. As of today, four passenger trains, including Filyos-Zonguldak and weekends, started their flights.
Officers Zülfikar Uçar and Erol Yol, who work in the city center of Zonguldak due to the first time of the passenger trains, said that they were very excited today, “We missed the trains with our friends. We got all of them. I could not sleep at night from excitement, so we will go to work by train in the morning. It has been about 80 years for trains to arrive in my hometown. God bless our ancestors. We are really very happy. In particular, I would like to thank our Zonguldak lawmakers, governor, Minister of Transport and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. May Allah be pleased with all of them. We can say that there is really a great happiness and feast ”. Erol Yol, one of the citizens, thanked all the officials who contributed to this work.

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