Turkey's longest YHT tunnel appeared light: Ankara-Yozgat-Sivas High Speed Train (YHT) is one of the largest structures of the line 5 thousand 120 meters in length Akdağmadeni High Speed Rail Tunnel, will be held on February 25, 2016 Maritime Transport and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim ' It gets the light with the participation of.
Turkey completed the longest so far Akdağmadeni T9 High Speed Rail Tunnel, Ankara-Sivas, Yozgat YHT is the most difficult part of the project. The 5 thousand 120-meter Akdağmadeni T9 Tunnel constitutes the largest tunnel of 17.9 tunnels with a community length of 9 kilometers in the Yerköy-Yozgat-Sivas stage. It was stated that approximately 250 thousand cubic meters of concrete and 9 thousand 100 tons of iron were used in the construction of the T6 tunnel, which was built in accordance with a double-line, 200 km speed, while 700 thousand cubic meters of excavation was carried out and approximately 65 million TL was spent so far.
In the Yerköy-Yozgat-Sivas section of the Ankara-Yozgat-Sivas YHT Project, there are also 985,50 viaducts, the longest of which is 7 meters, a total of 2 thousand 485 meters, 8 overpasses, 11 underpasses, 84 culverts and 1 Box Section Highway Crossing. . In the section whose completion rate reached 90,13 percent, 8 million 750 thousand cubic meters of excavation and 950 million XNUMX thousand cubic meters of filling were made.
ANKARA - YOZGAT- SİVAS YHT LINE WILL BE IN SERVICE IN 2018
According to the statement made by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication, within the scope of Ankara-Yozga-Sivas YHT Project; Stating that 250 kilometers of new double-track, electrical, signaled railway was built, suitable for 405 km / h, 'The line has 67 tunnels with a total length of 49 thousand 51 meters.
With the project, the existing line will be shortened 198 km, and the travel time between Ankara and Sivas will be reduced from 12 hours to 2 hours. The line, which was built entirely with own resources, is targeted to be completed in 2018. The project is the most important railway axis to connect Asia Minor and other Asian countries on the Silk Road route. It is aimed to serve an average of 3 million passengers annually on the Ankara-Sivas YHT Line, which passes through Ankara-Kırıkkale-Yozgat-Sivas provinces and is integrated with other high-speed and high-speed trains and Kars-Tbilisi-Baku railway projects.
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This tunnel has been over a month and a half and the job is slowed to wait for the minister.