Delice-Basin Line Proposal in Samsun-Ankara High Speed ​​Train Project

Delice-Havza Line Proposal in Samsun-Ankara High Speed ​​Train Project: A line to be added between Delice-Havza in Samsun-Ankara High Speed ​​Train Project and the road length of one thousand 7 kilometers will be reduced by 700 meters.

Samsun Governor Ibrahim Sahin, the Ankara-Samsun high-speed train project as an alternative to the Delice-Havza route can be added, he said.

Noting that the high-speed train between Ankara and Samsun has a road length of 7 thousand kilometers, Governor Şahin pointed out that if the Delice-Basin line is used in this project, the road network will be shortened by 700 kilometers. Noting that they gave information to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu about this line, İbrahim Şahin said at the meeting he held with the press members at Sevgi Café, “First of all, I thank you for coming to our invitation and coming. I would like to thank all the friends who attended this trip, even though I did not come on this trip. I thank the third thanks for meeting our goal. But this is just the beginning of the job. Because we want to create a public opinion regarding the acquisition of high-speed train to Samsun as soon as possible. Our goal is to make the public in Samsun more effective in Ankara, the State Railways Directorate and the Ministry of Transport, and to have a fast train before other cities. This is our concern, our aim. We organized a trip for the agency and local media representatives working in Samsun with the aim of creating public opinion in Samsun. I did not say that I will join this trip again, I will travel with friends. I am a person who used that road until the rails were welded, then the train was put on the rails, the test was done after the train was placed, from the project of the place where the events were put. I know that route, meters, meters. As for the Samsun-Ankara High Speed ​​Train Project, 4-5 topics have been the primary priority for me since I arrived in Samsun. The first is the High Speed ​​Train Project, the second is the Medical Surgical Instruments Project, the third is the issue of air bridges and tourism from Samsun to Northern countries. ”

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Samsun Governor Ibrahim Sahin said.
“Samsun-Ankara train line is currently 1007 kilometers. The cost of zero roads between Delice and Havza will be almost as cheap as the highway. No viaduct bridge is required here. Therefore, the cost will be very low. Samsun-Ankara train line will be shortened by 700 kilometers with the high-speed train project to be built on this route. In addition, both a high speed train and a freight transport line can be made. If we realize this project, people who want to live in Samsun and work in Ankara will not move their house to Ankara. When our president came to Samsun for a mass opening ceremony, he announced that there would be a high-speed train to Samsun. While everything is ripe like this, we have to keep it from one side. Both positive and negative writers in our press regarding this issue are finally discussing the railroad. I hit the target for myself. But this is just the beginning phase. Our concern is not to mature the Samsun public so that the high-speed train will come, but to force Ankara to create public opinion in Samsun and reach the Samsun faster train. High Speed ​​Train will arrive in Samsun maybe in 2025, but we wanted to create a public opinion in Samsun to attract it to 2020 or earlier. No matter how quickly it projects, it goes into the construction phase and the high-speed train reaches Samsun, Samsun ultimately wins. As much of the public opinion we create here, we will help the high-speed train arrive in Samsun faster than other provinces. Everyone should do their best for the high-speed train project. While I am working here, I will do everything I can to make Samsun-Ankara High Speed ​​Train Project. You have seen this comfort in the place you went. Thank you all for your participation. ”

Günceleme: 07/12/2018 16:17

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