Test Flights on the Istanbul-Ankara YHT Line Continues: The works on the High Speed Train (YHT) line, which will reduce the Istanbul-Ankara train journey from 7 to 3 hours, have reached the final stage.
The works on the High Speed Train (YHT) line, which will reduce the Istanbul-Ankara train journey from 7 to 3 hours, have reached the final stage. The test runs of the trains continue on the YHT Line, which is planned to be opened by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on July 5.
The opening of YHT, which was stated to be raised on October 29, 2013, was not held at that time. Later, this delay in YHT, which could not be opened despite the date given for May and June 2014, was cited as their heart rate.
When the local police and gendarmerie teams take precautions to prevent these thefts, Istanbul at the request of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Halkalı Commando Company from the Gendarmerie Commando Battalion was dispatched to the region. Cable theft incidents were interrupted thanks to the measures carried out by the commando company, which also has night vision systems sent to Sakarya, based on 1 hours within 24 month. It was stated that YHT will start its campaigns on July 5 with a ceremony that Prime Minister Erdogan will also attend.
122 ANNUAL RAILWAY LINE 2,5 YILDIR CLOSED
The Railway, which has been 122 years old due to YHT studies and connects Istanbul to Anatolia, was closed in January 2012. Since all suburban and other train services have not been possible between Istanbul and Eskişehir since that day, thousands of employees and university students who had gone to schools and schools in Istanbul, especially from Sakarya and Kocaeli, had been in a difficult situation. The railway line being closed is among the main causes of traffic jams between TEM and D-100 Highway between Izmit and Istanbul.