AYGM Antalya - Konya - Aksaray - Nevsehir - Kayseri Railway Project
The General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments (AYGM) New developments related to i Antalya - Konya - Aksaray - Nevsehir - Kayseri Railway Project Konya were recorded.
According to the information received by the Investments Magazine; the tender for the construction of the project in question is planned to be made. The officials we interviewed at this stage noted that they will start the preparation of the specifications after the necessary approvals have been received.
After the completion of the preparation of the specifications, a preliminary election announcement is planned. As it is known, the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization has made a positive decision regarding the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). The project was prepared by the MGS Project Company.
Survey and engineering services of the project were carried out by Yuksel Domanic. The Antalya-Konya-Aksaray-Nevsehir-Kayseri Railway Project route will be an important link connecting the regions on the north-south axis of the railway transportation plans made nationally. There are very low standards of roads between the existing highway and the cities located in the north and Antalya. With the project, the railway connection will be reduced and the road usage values will decrease and the transportation standards will increase.
The project consists of Antalya-Kayseri mainline and Alanya-Antalya connection line. Antalya-Kayseri main line, starting from Antalya Dosemealti district, Kepez, Aksu, Serik, Manavgat, Ibradi and Akseki through the districts, Konya will reach the provincial border. Konya, Seydisehir, Meram and Karatay districts will reach the border of Aksaray province.
After passing through Aksaray Eskil, Merkez and Gülağaç districts, Nevşehir Acıgöl will go through Kayseri, İncesu District through Avanos and Ürgüp districts. Alanya-Antalya connection line in the district of Alanya will be separated from the main line in Alanya district. 5 km / s passenger trains in the project, which is expected to cost 250 billion pounds, and the freight trains are planned to speed up to 80 km / h.
The project is intended to be carried out as a separate electric line 2 for both freight and passenger transportation.
Ref .: Investments Magazine 1172 / 10 March 2014 (APE)
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