Current Status of New High Speed ​​Train Lines

Current situation in the new high-speed train lines: Last year, the Istanbul-Ankara line 2 million 454 thousand 92, Istanbul-Konya line was preferred by the 522 thousand 79 passengers.

2011 6 756 passenger 766 446 397 passenger XNUMX passenger XNUMX XNUMX passenger in the Eskişehir-Konya route since XNUMX into service since the year.

5 million 22 thousand 282 passengers have traveled in 512 lines, which were put into service on different dates. It was also stated that the works for the completion of the 22-kilometer-long Doğançay Rift on the Istanbul-Ankara line are ongoing and will be completed next year.

An invitation was sent to 7 of the 4 companies that submitted bids for the Konya subways project, which was tendered by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, Infrastructure Investments General Directorate, to submit their technical and financial offers. The Konya Subways tender, which is about 45 kilometers long, planned to be the backbone of public transportation in Konya, was held on October 13. While proposals were received from 7 companies that submitted the prequalification file, 4 firms were found to be invited to submit their technical and financial offers.

The construction of the YHT project, which will reduce the 603 km distance between Ankara and Sivas, which is one of the important axes of the railway corridor connecting Asia Minor and the Asian countries on the Silk Road route, to 405 kilometers, continues. With the completion of the project, the travel time between Ankara and Sivas will decrease from 12 hours to 2 hours.

Polatlı-Afyonkarahisar construction works of the project; Afyonkarahisar-Banaz, Banaz-Eşme in the project preparation and tender process continues. The current railway in Ankara-Izmir is the 824 mileage and the travel time is about 14 hours. Distance between two cities will be 624 kilometers, duration 3 hours 30 minutes.

With the completion of the 102 km line, the travel time between Konya and Karaman will decrease from 1 hour 13 minutes to 40 minutes. Karaman-Mersin-Adana-Osmaniye-Gaziantep Project Construction tender and project preparation studies are continuing to provide high-speed transportation from Istanbul, Ankara and Konya to Karaman-Mersin-Adana-Gaziantep provinces.

Sivas-Erzincan YHT is in the tender. The project, which is a continuation of the East-West corridor and will revive the historical Silk Road by connecting the Kars-Tbilisi Railway Project, is in the tender preparation and project preparation phase.

The project related to the high-speed train project continues during the project preparation phase. Edirne-Istanbul High Speed ​​Train (Halkalı-Kapıkule) Operation speed 200 km / s and 230 km long line is expected to start work next year.

Antalya-Kayseri line 10 will carry million cargo. The 642 million passengers, which will be about 18,5 km length, will carry 18 million tons cargo, 423 million tons of cargo per year, with the 10 km route length of the Antalya-Eskişehir High Speed ​​Project Project, which is targeted to transport the cargo to 3,8 million tons per year.

2009 years from the entry into service in Turkey today High Speed ​​Train (YHT) has exceeded the number of passengers traveling with 22 million. The 5 XHTX XTR (213) is a total of one thousand 2023 kilometers.

Armin

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    1. The news is very impressive, of course. He doesn't even agree to debate accuracy. However, the most important statistical data in this branch corresponds to which of these numbers correspond to [%]. What is important when and with which occupancy rates, these lines are examined. In this way, not only the normal reader citizen (?) But also the academic students and other students, as well as the engineers and natural scientists other than TCDD employees who are involved in the subject, can also benefit from the data!
      In fact, in all the countries of the World which have activated the YHT line, due to the lacking data and data in the beginning, the results were consistently incorrectly estimated. However, the first ICT was put into operation; Tokaido Shinkansin (J) and especially the first TGV (F) line, starting with the evaluation process, the occupancy rates were found to be above the default expectations. This was confirmed by the ICE-I Berlim-München line, and in other countries (eg Korea), this confirmed information was reinforced.

    2. The line will be made of silifke from the Karamand from the silifke and also from here to the port of Taşucu an alternative transportation from Istanbul to Cyprus should be provided (alternative to the plane)

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