Ankara and Istanbul will last 3 and a half hours with YHT: TCDD General Directorate announced that the travel time between the two cities will decrease to 3 hours 30 minutes in the first place with the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train (YHT) line.
In the statement made by the General Directorate of TCDD, it is stated that there are missing and incorrect information in the news about the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed train line that appeared in the media recently, and the concept of the "high-speed train" and "accelerated train" side by side side by side in terms of concept confusion and information pollution. It was stated that it was opened.
ISTANBUL LINE IS TESTED
In the statement that the Ankara-Eskişehir part, the first phase of the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed train line, was opened in 2009, it was noted that the construction of the Eskişehir-Istanbul (Pendik) section was completed and the testing and certification works were at the end.
4 CLOCK 12 is NOT MINUTE, 3 SINGLE HOUR
On the line in question, as reported in the news that the 4 hours of travel time 12 minutes will not be stated in the statement, the first time between the two cities, the 3 hour of travel time 30 hours were reported to fall.
“THERE IS NOTHING FAST TRAIN”
In the statement that it was stated that there is no definition of “accelerated train” in the railway terminology, it was reminded that the train that had an accident in 2004 was the conventional train, and as stated in all expert reports, the cause of the accident was the over speed of the train.
Günceleme: 30/11/2018 14:01