Keçiören Metro and YHT Station will add value to the value of the capital

Keçiören Subway and YHT Station will add value to the value of the capital: Keçiören Subway, Temapark and YHT Station will end in 2015. 3 giant projects will add value to the city.

In addition to the Keçiören Metro, which Ankara residents have been waiting for for years, the High Speed ​​Train Station and Ankapark, which are expected to be completed in 2015, will lead to a revolution in the field of transportation and tourism in Başkent. The 2003-kilometer Keçiören Metro, the construction of which was started by the Metropolitan Municipality in 11, was transferred to the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication with the protocol signed in 11. Following the transfer of the subway to be built between Tandoğan and Keçiören, the ministry is expected to complete the subway in 2011.

12 will end year longing
While the project works for connecting the Keçiören metro, which has been longed for about 12 years by Ankara residents, to the newly built YHT Station, if the subway is connected to the train station instead of Tandoğan, free transfer will be provided from AKM station to Kızılay-Batıkent metro and from Maltepe station to Ankaray.

Center of high-speed trains
Another major project under construction in Ankara by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications is the High Speed ​​Train Station. There will also be a 50-star hotel with 99 rooms and 198 beds in the modern train station with a daily capacity of 5 thousand passengers, which was prepared upon the examination of sample stations abroad. The station, whose construction continues at full speed by the Limak-Kolin-Cengiz Joint Venture, will be completed in 2015. Ankara YHT Station, which will also be the first high-speed train station, will be the center of all high-speed trains that will come and go from Izmir, Istanbul, Konya and Sivas.

Entertainment will be the capital
With Ankapark, which will enter the Guinness Book of Records with the world's most realistic 70-meter giant dinosaur, Ankara will also be the capital of the entertainment industry. Ankapark, which is the world's largest theme park with a total area of ​​1 million 200 thousand square meters and expected to be completed in 2015 by the Metropolitan Municipality, is expected to be visited by 10 million people annually. Transportation for the 8-kilometer cable car line in the Ankapark will be found, one thousand 217 toys, 14 roller coaster, nostalgic land train and the very many animal species are represented all over the world continents hosts will be Turkey's most comprehensive zoo.

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