Samsun Çorum Kırıkkale High Speed ​​Train Works Start This Year

When will Samsun Ankara High Speed ​​Line commence service?
When will Samsun Ankara High Speed ​​Line commence service?

Final project work on the Samsun Çorum Kırıkkale high-speed train line in the Black Sea Region is expected to start this year.

Erzincan-Erzurum-Kars high-speed train is among the most important lines that will pass to the final project stage. With the project, which is expected to be connected to the Kars Baku Tbilisi railway line, 710 kilometers of railway network will be built. Another definitive project work will start in Eskişehir. When the Eskişehir Kütahya Afyonkarahisar Antalya line becomes operational, a strategic high-speed train line will be reached in terms of tourism.

THE TRAINS WILL MAKE 250 KM SPEED

This line of Turkey's biggest tourism city of Antalya; It will also be connected to Istanbul and Bursa. It will be 423 kilometers long and even trains will go at a maximum speed of 250 kilometers. It is stated that 9 billion 180 million liras are allocated for the project.

According to the news of the Turkish newspaper; Project studies are also starting for the Antalya Konya Aksaray Nevşehir Kayseri high-speed train line, for which EIA approval was obtained for the project in 2014. It is stated that 5 billion liras have been allocated for the project.

10 BILLION BUDGET DETAILED FOR THE BLACK SEA

In the Black Sea Region, it is aimed to start the final project works on the Kırıkkale Çorum Samsun line this year. It is stated that the line will be 279 kilometers long, and a budget of 10 billion liras has been allocated for the engineering and implementation project.

It is stated that more than 5 billion liras will be spent on the construction of the project, which will facilitate both trade and exports. Project studies for Yerköy Aksaray Ulukışla and Yerköy Kayseri High Speed ​​​​Train projects are starting this year. It was learned that a total of 12 billion TL was allocated for both lines.

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