Tourism-speed railway line project: Turkey's first tourism-oriented countdown has begun for the high-speed railway line project. The giant project announced by Minister Elvan, which will connect 6 cities, is started inland.
He emphasized that they are planning to build a tourism high-speed train line that will connect Antalya, Konya, Aksaray, Nevşehir and Kayseri provinces, announced by Minister Lütfi Elvan.
Answering the questions of journalists after the meeting held closed to the press with the mayors in West Antalya in the Belek Tourism Region, Transport, Maritime and Communications Minister Lütfi Elvan said that they accelerated their infrastructure investments within the scope of the EXPO to be held in 2016.
Explaining that they have made new investments in Antalya, Elvan said that one of them is the tram line that will reach 18 kilometers from the center to the airport and from there to EXPO 2016 area. Elvan, Antalya Metropolitan Municipality with the project said they are running.
QUICK TRAIN LINE TO CONNECT TO THE CITY OF 6
Stating that they are planning to build a tourism high-speed train line connecting Antalya to Konya, Aksaray, Nevşehir and Kayseri, Elvan said, “With the tourism high-speed train line project, we will enable the tourists in Antalya to reach Ürgüp, Nevşehir, Kayseri and Konya. We are bidding on the application project within a month. Our goal is to start the construction of this line by the end of 2015 ”.
SPEED TRAIN FROM ESKİŞEHİR TO ANTALYA
Elvan, Eskişehir and Antalya will connect each other high-speed train line project, the work continues on the voicing, stressed that the construction of this project at the appropriate time will be a tender.
Elvan noted that they have completed the highway project between Antalya and Alanya and stated that they will be going to tender for this project with build-operate-transfer model. Elvan said that preparations for the highway project that connects Antalya to İzmir are continuing and that they will soon work on it.
Günceleme: 01/12/2018 16:42
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