Turkish stamp on the longest tunnel in the world at Gotthard Base: Turkish construction company RönesansGotthard Base, the longest and deepest railway tunnel in the world, whose producers were also included, was completed. The 57-kilometer tunnel connects Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Germany.
Gotthard Base, the world's largest and deepest railway tunnel, whose first design was created in 1900 and started to be talked about in the early 1947s, was put into service yesterday with a magnificent ceremony. The tunnel, which is 57 kilometers long and 2 meters deep, took 300 years to build.
From Turkey Rönesans The railway tunnel Gotthard Base, which was built by the consortium including İnşaat, passes under the Swiss Alps and shortens the distance between the north and south of Europe. The tunnel, which connects Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Germany, reduces the journey from Zurich, Switzerland to Milan, Italy, to 2 hours and 40 minutes by one hour.
THE EUROPEAN LEADERS OPEN
Swiss Confederation President Johann Schneider-Ammann and many ministers attended the opening ceremony, which started in Rynacht, the northern entrance of the tunnel located near the Uri Canton of Switzerland. Schneider-Ammann, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi also attended the ceremony held near the canton of Ticino at the south exit of the tunnel. Turkish firm Rönesans The construction of the tunnel, which was completed by the consortium including Heitkamp Swiss, the subsidiary of İnşaat in Switzerland, took 17 years.
THE TEST DRIVING OF THE WORLD WILL FILL THE 2 ONCE
Rönesans Johannes Dotter, Senior Manager of Heitkamp Swiss, one of the group companies, explained that the total length of the 57-kilometer-long tunnel, consisting of two parallel single-line tubes, together with cross-passes, access tunnels and shafts, exceeds 152 kilometers. Stating that the tunnel has a daily capacity of 65 passengers and 240 freight trains, Dotter stated that since last October, test drives have been made enough to travel around the world twice.
Günceleme: 09/12/2018 18:33