Ankara YHT stayed for two days to enter the service station: Turkey and Ankara's prestige work Ankara High Speed Train Station will go into operation on 29 October.
Turkey and Ankara's prestige work Ankara High Speed Train (YHT) stayed Station to enter service two days.
According to the information obtained, Ankara YHT Station will be opened on Saturday, October 29, at 15.00, with a ceremony attended by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım.
To be transferred to TCDD in 2036
Ankara YHT Station, which is constructed considering national and international standards, will be connected to Ankaray, Başkentray and Keçiören metro lines. The new station, which has been taken care of preserving its historical value and built without touching the existing Ankara Station, will take its place among the prestigious works of TCDD and Başkent Ankara with its architecture, social facilities and ease of transportation.
Built by Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) model for the first time by TCDD and completed annually in 2, the 19 will be operated by the Ankara Railway Station (ATG) for a period of 7 months and will be transferred to TCDD in 2036.
The 50 platform and 12 railway line, where the 3 YHT set can dock, is available for up to 6 thousand passengers per day. Ankara YHT Station, 194 thousand 460 square covered area with basement and ground floors, including a total of 8 floors.
New capital of capital
Ankara YHT Station, which is built on the land between Celal Bayar Boulevard and the existing station building, is planned not only as a transportation station but also as a shopping, accommodation, meeting center and meeting point in the middle of the city. Ankara YHT Station, which has an investment value of 235 million dollars, has 134 hotel rooms, 12 leasable offices and 217 leasable commercial areas.
In addition to the units for transportation services, there are commercial areas, cafes, restaurants, business offices, multi-purpose halls, masjid, first aid, and a parking lot for a total of 850 vehicles, of which 60 are closed and 910 are open. security units and social and cultural facilities such as hotels.
Turkey, 8 YHT operations in the world. Ranked
In Turkey, opened in 2003 at the beginning of the projects implemented with the investment allowance is provided starting from 2009 in the Ankara-based core comes from high-speed rail projects. In 2009, Ankara-Eskişehir, 2011, Ankara-Konya, 2013, Konya, Eskişehir and in 2014 Ankara-Istanbul and Konya-Istanbul between starting to do YHT management Turkey, the world eighth, sixth high-speed train operator in the country in Europe Located at. In addition to these, construction works for Ankara-Sivas and Ankara-İzmir YHT lines and Bursa-Bilecik high-speed train lines continue.