Wonder of the fate of the Ankara-Sivas high-speed train

The fate of the Ankara-Sivas High Speed ​​Train route is wondered: While the discussions about the passing of the Ankara-Sivas high speed train line through the city will harm Sivas, the sign of "High Speed ​​Train Construction" erected by Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu Boulevard took the event to another dimension. The officials' discourses that the high-speed trainings are progressing according to the current project and '10 kilometers to Sivas' brought the question of' the route does not change '.

High-speed train works, which continue the construction of tunnels and viaducts between Ankara and Yozgat, continue to progress with tunnel and infrastructure constructions near Yıldızeli district. The debates that started to split the city due to the retaining walls to be built for the high-speed train line that will pass through Sivas were revealed even more with the statements of non-governmental organizations and Mayor Sami Aydın. However, it turned out that the high speed train studies continue to progress according to the current project. The signboard for the high-speed train construction works erected on Muhsin Yazıcıoğlu Boulevard in Kümbet added another dimension to the subject. According to the information obtained from the authorities, it was learned that high-speed train works are continuing and Sivas is 10 kilometers away in infrastructure works.


While the work carried out by the General Directorate of State Railways was recorded, the Mayor Sami Aydın talked to Feridun Bilgin, the Undersecretary of the Ministry and said that they would send a team and re-examine the route. It is aimed to complete the high-speed train works that consist of tunnels and viaducts at the end of 2016. However, due to discussions about the city route, the arrival of the high-speed train may be delayed. According to Mayor Sami Aydin, the train is going to be knitted around the high-speed train and at some points due to the slope of the 5 meter from the top of the line will damage the city after the debate on whether the route will be a change in curiosity.




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