Istanbul-Ankara high-speed trains start date is announced: Istanbul-Ankara High-Speed Train flights, announced in the second half of May. Lütfi Elvan, Minister of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, gave a comment on High Speed Train.
Minister Elvan, Istanbul-Ankara YHT flights, will begin in the second half of May, he said.
WILL THE PASSENGER PRICES BE AWARE?
Turkey's largest railway transportation between the two cities to 3 hours to download High Speed Train (YHT) ticket price will be between 70-80 pounds.
The High Speed Train (YHT) service, which will reduce the rail transportation between Ankara and Istanbul from 7 hours to 3 hours, has come to an end. The ticket prices, which are planned to be opened in March, will be in the range of 70-80 lira. The Yen line aims to increase the share of the railway from 10 percent to 78 percent in passenger transportation between the two cities.
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It is aimed to increase the share of the railway from 10 percent in passenger transportation on the route to 78 percent. Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Line will be integrated with Marmaray to provide uninterrupted transportation from Europe to Asia. Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train Project will be completed in two stages. Ankara-Eskişehir High Speed Train Line, the first phase of the project, was opened in 2009. The foundation of the second phase of the project, Köseköy-Gebze phase, was laid in 2012. The 44 km Gebze-Haydarpaşa section of the line is being built in this context as it will be transformed into a superficial metro with the Marmaray Project.
The general principle about ticket prices is that it is cheaper than the plane, expensive from the bus. Therefore, the high speed train ticket prices are planned to be in the range of 70-80 lira. Ankara-Istanbul stations are listed below: Ankara Gar, Sincan, Polatlı, Eskişehir, Bozüyük, Pamukova, Arifiye, Sapanca, İzmit, Gebze and Pendik.