Gebze Haydarpaşa commuter train travels to 2015

Gebze Haydarpaşa Commuter Train Expeditions Remained to 2015: The commencement of suburban services, which were suspended with the closure of the railway in the beginning of 2011, remained until 2015.

Launch of the High Speed ​​Train Project at the beginning of the 2011 launch of the subway to the transportation of the railway was removed, the launch of the 2015'e remained.

TCDD officials, Sakarya, Kocaeli, Istanbul between thousands of employees and the student's eagerly waiting for the suburban voyages on the date of giving a date, the delay is due to lack of some infrastructure, he said.


In addition to this, it was learned that high speed train services would be increased and the price advantage would be provided to those using this line for Istanbul (Pendik) - Ankara High Speed ​​Train services as in Ankara-Konya flights.

Express and freight trains from all over Anatolia and Anatolia before the Istanbul Haydarpasa Station was going up.


Since the launch of the High High Speed ​​Train Project in January, 2011 has been closed for nearly 130 years. With the stopping of the commuter trains, thousands of employees and university students were affected every day from Sakarya-Izmit and Istanbul.


Thousands of students who are still working in other cities and in neighboring cities Sakarya, Kocaeli and Istanbul universities are asking when commuting trains will start, but nobody can give a definite date.

TCDD officials, the current number of high speed train to increase the number of work done, he said. However, the suburbs could not be started due to some deficiencies in the lower and overpasses, especially at the stations, and the commencement of commuter trains could find 2015 year.

In the meantime, Istanbul Pendik-Ankara between the number of high-speed train working to increase the number of work is done, even on this line, such as the Ankara-Konya voyages to use the system will be passed continuously for those who use.

Günceleme: 30/11/2018 17:49

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