Antalya-Eskişehir high-speed train line on the new agenda

📩 25/11/2018 14:09

Antalya-Eskişehir high speed train line is on the new agenda: AKP Antalya Deputy Sadık Badak, in his proposal to the Ministry of Development, for the Eskişehir-Antalya High Speed ​​Train (YHT) line, which is planned as four stages, each of which will take at least two years, Let's start the Balladiz line. ”

AKP Antalya Deputy Sadık Badak brought the Antalya-Eskisehir high speed line back to the agenda during the budget negotiations of the Ministry of Development. Badak made an interesting proposal for the Eskişehir-Antalya YHT line planned in four stages and of great importance for the Western Mediterranean economy. Sadık Badak pointed out that Antalya, Burdur and Isparta are roasted with their own oil and create surplus value. According to the development speed, Antalya's development rate maybe 2, sometimes 3 times of our country's development, and Burdur's Isparta on basin basis. He said it had developed 2 times. Recalling the high-speed railway railway investment plan that extends to Eskişehir-Isparta-Burdur-Antalya Port and has an exploration cost of 9 billion TL, Badak noted that the completion of the project from Eskişehir to Antalya is extremely important.

Pointing out that the completion of this line from Baladız to Antalya Port in the first plan when the cargo and transportation movement in our region is considered, Badak presented the following suggestion: “Marble in Afyon-Burdur-Isparta region, Isparta cement, Denizli cement, Antalya region It is extremely important that the export movement of cement factories is taken to Antalya Port by rail. If the infrastructure of this is realized without any consideration of the operational phase, the railway comes from the point we call Ballad, and it is divided into Isparta and Burdur. If a new line is made until Balladiz, we have to say that this line, which is connected to the port, can be operated quickly by the private sector, leaving the whole of 130 kilometers. ”

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