Konya becomes the center of high-speed train

Konya Becomes the Center of High Speed ​​Train: Ak Party Konya Deputy Mustafa Kabakcı stated that Konya has become the center of YHT with the investments made.

Ak Party Konya Deputy Mustafa Kabakcı, in his statement, first evaluated the 5th Ordinary Provincial Congress held at the weekend. Kabakcı said, “Last weekend, Konya held a provincial congress that suits itself. He was happy to host his own son, our President and Prime Minister, Mr. Davutoğlu, in his own home.

In addition, we gave the message of "We are with you" to Palestine and to the oppressed of the world by making Hamas Political Bureau Chief, Halid Meshal, one of the important figures of Palestine, the guest of honor. He gave a great enthusiasm display content in our last congress took office with the task of deactivating Ahmet query results in the hands of Mr. Moses called big and strong message that they will work harder for Turkey. We thank both of our friends for what they did and will do. "There was a change of flag in Konya, the target was enlarged and the message we are ready with our organizations for the 2015 elections was given".

Referring to the High Speed ​​Train investments later, Mustafa Kabakcı reminded that Konya - Istanbul YHT flights started on December 17th. Expressing that Konya has become the center of YHT, Kabakcı continued his explanation as follows:

“With these trains, it is expected to serve an average of 2 thousand passengers per day and 750–800 thousand passengers annually. With the commissioning of new sets in the coming years, it is aimed that the number of trips between Ankara-Konya-Ankara will be increased to 26, and the number of trips on the Konya-Istanbul line will be increased to 3, and 900 million passengers will benefit from these trains.

Konya-Antalya-Manavgat YHT project, which is part of the new High Speed ​​Train projects, is one of our targets to be completed in 2023. It is aimed at the annual 40 million passenger transport by 5 train even daily. Everything is growing and developing for Turkey, "he said.


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