Giant Investments of the Orphanage Railways of Transportation

Giant Investments of the Orphanage of Railroads: The orphan child's railroads spent the last decade of their investments with huge investments. All during the Republic more lines than has been done in laying a hand Turkey is now using the latest technology. More importantly, Konya is located in the center of all the lines that will be built and constructed.
Turkey has always neglected even the orphans railways transport spent the last ten years with huge investments. laying more lines than has been done during the whole Republican party to be used the most modern technology has increased Turkey's self-confidence. More important than all this is the fact that Konya is located at the very center of all the lines to be constructed and made.
Turkey has always neglected even the orphans railways transport spent the last ten years with huge investments. laying more lines than has been done during the whole Republican party to be used the most modern technology has increased Turkey's self-confidence.
With the railway move that started with Atatürk in 1923, a total of 1951 kilometers of main roads were built until 3. * Turkey built within the boundaries of the Ottoman Empire had 764 thousand 4 kilometers mainline rail. * Between 136-1923, 1951 kilometers of new main roads were built. On average, 3 kilometers of roads were built per year. * Between 764-134 only 1951 kilometers of main lines were built. The average annual railway construction speed remained at 2004 kilometers. * Between 945 and 18, 2004 kilometers of main line railways were built. As of 2011, the high speed train line was completed and put into service as of 85 in the ongoing high-speed train projects. With the ongoing and new projects, the high-speed train line is aimed to be increased to 2015 kilometers in 213.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, “Work on the Ankara-Yozgat-Kayseri High Speed ​​Train Project is ongoing. Hopefully this line will be in effect until 2020 snakes. Likewise, studies on Antalya-Konya-Aksaray-Nevşehir-Kayseri High Speed ​​Line continue in sections. We are planning to put the entire project into service until 2023. We are modernizing the existing Kayseri-Niğde-Mersin-Adana-Osmaniye railway. Work on this line will be completed next year. The existing Kayseri-Sivas-Yozgat-Ankara railway is also being modernized. This work will be finished next year. ”
Other investments that will come into service until 2023 are as follows. The total of the existing line between Ankara and Istanbul is 576 km and all of them are signaled and electric. Ankara-Eskişehir phase of the High Speed ​​Train line built independently from the existing line, suitable for 250 km / h operational speed, double track, electrical and signaled, has started its full operation on 15 March 2009, and Eskişehir - Istanbul stage on 25 July 2014, Ankara-Eskişehir- Railway distance between Istanbul and travel time to 523 km has been reduced to 3,5 hours.
Eskişehir-Konya high speed train line is a double line, electric signaled High Speed ​​Train line that leaves Konya-Istanbul high speed train line in Polatlı and extends to Konya. Opened in 2013, regardless of the Ankara-Konya and Ankara-Eskişehir lines, which are open to operation, the line has a length of 355 km. With the integration of the lines, Istanbul-Eskişehir-Konya flights have been organized since 2014. The Istanbul-Eskişehir-Konya line is covered in approximately 4,5 hours, and the Eskişehir-Konya line is covered in 2 hours.
When the Eskişehir-İstanbul line was put into service, Konya was connected to İstanbul in the shortest way. Istanbul railway station (Pendik Train Station) and Konya railway station (Konya YHT Train Station) take-off and arrival between railway and train journey takes 4,5 hours. TCDD train travel time can be changed with or without direct - direct direct flights, density, high speed train failures in the route, canceled train services and delays.
Ankara-Konya high-speed train line is a double-line, electric, signaled high speed train railway that departs from Ankara-Istanbul high speed line in Polatlı and goes south. The length of the line from Ankara to Konya is 306 km. 96 km of the line shares the Ankara-Eskişehir high speed train line, the construction of which has already been completed. The construction of the 212 km Polatlı-Konya phase started in August 2006 and the entire line was opened on 23 August 2011. With this line, the Ankara-Konya train journey time, which used to be 10 hours and 30 minutes in the past (due to the lack of a direct line), has decreased to 70 minutes. Within the scope of the project, 7 bridges, 27 overpasses, 83 underpasses, 143 culverts and a 2030 meter long tunnel were built.
The line is planned to pass through Konya - Karaman - Mersin - Adana - Osmaniye - Gaziantep - Şanlıurfa - Mardin - Habur Border gate, respectively. It will be done in two stages. Later, Kahramanmaraş, Malatya, Diyarbakır and Hatay will be connected to the line.
The first stage will be put into service in 2023.
The construction of the Hattın Gaziantep - Şanlıurfa - Mardin - Habur border gate stage is still in the planning phase. The second stage is planned to be put into service in 2035.
The line is planned to pass through Ankara - Afyonkarahisar - Uşak - Manisa - İzmir, respectively. After passing Polatlı, Ankara-Konya high speed train line will be forked in Kocahacılı, Polatlı in 120. km and proceed in the direction of Afyon. The first phase of the project, whose total length is expected to be 624 kilometers and the total construction cost is 4 billion TL, is between Ankara-Afyonkarahisar, the second phase between Afyonkarahisar-Uşak-Eşme and the third phase between Eşme-Manisa-İzmir. When the line is completed, the travel time between Ankara and Izmir will be 3 hours 30 minutes, and Ankara-Afyonkarahisar will be 1 hour 30 minutes. The infrastructure construction contract for the 287 km Ankara-Afyonkarahisar phase of the line was signed on 11 June 2012 with the partnership of Sigma-Burkay-Makimsan-YDA. The stage, which is 167 km long, is expected to be completed within 3 years. The construction tender of Afyonkarahisar-Uşak, which is the second stage, is planned to be made by the end of this year. The revision works of the Uşak-Manisa-İzmir stage application projects are ongoing. The project, which has spent 2013 million TL as of the end of 130 and has a realization rate of 6%, is planned to be completed in 2017.
Eastern Anatolia and Sivas, Turkey's largest city of the (Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir) provide for the transportation and less time with the aim to realize the connection between Ankara-speed rail - Sivas - Kars High Speed ​​Train Project is planned.
Construction of the 442 km Ankara - Yozgat - Sivas line and the 293 km Yerköy-Sivas phase started in February 2009 and physical infrastructures were completed by 80%. The 174 km Ankara-Yerköy line project has a minimum speed of 250 km per hour. is still in the planning phase.
The construction of Hattın Sivas - Erzincan - Erzurum - Kars phase is still in the planning phase.
Starting from Bandırma, passing through Bursa and Yenişehir, Bursa high speed train project, which is planned to be connected to the existing Istanbul-Ankara high speed line in Osmaneli, is expected to become active in 2018. YSE Yapi-Tepe Insaat partnership has completed the infrastructure of the 75-kilometer part of the project between Bursa and Yenisehir for 393 million liras. Currently, the studies in this section are carried out by Çelikler Holding. When the line is completed, the Istanbul-Eskişehir-Ankara high speed train line will be integrated and travel times between Ankara-Bursa and Istanbul-Bursa will decrease to 2015 hours.
The project, which is planned to be built from Eskişehir to Antalya, Eskişehir-Afyon and Afyon-Antalya, started in the summer of 2015. When the construction is completed with the Ankara-Afyon-İzmir train line, the line is planned to increase the importance of Antalya Port and Antalya agricultural crops. The stage is planned to be completed in 3 to be completed. Within this line, the existing unused Ballad-Keçiborlu-Antalya line will be renewed and included in the scope of the high-speed train project in order to ensure that 2018 organized industrial zones and local people in Burdur and Isparta provinces are connected to Antalya and to attract Antalya tourists to provinces such as Burdur and Isparta. specified.

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