Polatli-Istanbul High Speed Train Flights in May: Polatli Governor Gursoy Osman Bilgin, said in a statement of Ankara-Polatli-Istanbul train services will open in May, he said. Bilgin said that "At the moment this is the only place in residential high-speed train stations in Turkey. It is located in Eskişehir and Konya but this is the arrangement of the old stations. Currently, many high-speed trains stop at Polatlı station when we leave Ankara. ' The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) General Director Süleyman Karaman, gave information about the recent high-speed train work.
KNOWLEDGE: ANKARA-ISTANBUL FAST TRAIN LINE OPEN BY THE END OF MAY
Polatli Gursoy Governor Osman Bilgin, "At the moment this is the only place in residential high-speed train stations in Turkey. It is located in Eskişehir and Konya but this is the arrangement of the old stations. Currently, many high-speed trains stop in Polatlı when we leave Ankara. We have the opportunity to reach both Eskişehir and Konya easily. As of the end of May, Ankara-Istanbul high-speed train line opens. Transportation between Polatlı and Istanbul will pass through Polatlı again. It is a great opportunity. Çok
WORKS IN ANKARA-ISTANBUL YHT LINE
The Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) General Director Süleyman Karaman, gave information about the recent high-speed train work. Stating that one of the most difficult sections during the construction of the line was the Eskişehir crossing, Karaman said, “For the first time, the railway line passed under a city. It is the same in Cordoba in the world. We do not want such a transition from now on again, ”he said.
Stating that they had a disagreement with the municipality regarding the Eskişehir Station, Karaman stated that the plans for the station were completed and that the tender will be held in a short time. Stating that they built 755 art buildings on the Ankara-Istanbul line, Karaman stated that the section between Köseköy and Gebze was built with an EU grant of 150 million Euros. The line will be connected to Marmaray in 2015 and HalkalıNoting that it will reach up to, Karaman said: “After the line is opened, the travel time between Ankara and Istanbul will be 3,5 hours. In the first place, 16 trips will be organized daily. After connecting to Marmaray, it will take place every 15 minutes or half an hour.
We also conducted a survey on ticket fees. We asked the citizen, 'How many lira would you prefer YHT?' If it's 50 liras, they all say 'we'll get on'. If it is 80 liras, 80 percent of them state that they would prefer YHT. We will evaluate them and determine the ticket price. The construction of the line has been completed. We are now carrying out their tests. After the tests are over, we will start carrying passengers, May 29th. We said 'we open in March' but it did not happen. The important thing is that it is fully safe and secure. "