BOT model proposal for Cappadocia train

The BOT model proposal for the Cappadocia train: The 'Build-operate-transfer' model (BOT) was proposed by the Turkish, Japanese and Spanish consortium for Ankara-Kırıkkale-Kırşehir-Nevşehir and Kayseri High Speed ​​Train (YHT) with a budget of 800 million dollars. 'Cappadocia Train', which is planned to be completed in 36 months, will also extend to Samsun and form the north-south line on railways. It will form the North-South line. A train departing from the Black Sea will travel from Ankara-Delice, Kırşehir, Hacıbektaş, Nevşehir and Kayseri routes to Niğde or Aksaray to Adana. Thus, for the first time in railway history, the North-South axis will be unified.

Cappadocia High Speed ​​Train Investment and Management Inc. stated that the Cappadocia train Project was also presented to the President, Prime Minister, Ministry of Transport, Development and Environment and Urbanization. Urban Systems and Transport General Manager Samet Koc, the ministry successfully to the BOT model projects that apply new and 'High Speed ​​Train' as Turkey said they experienced the thrill of being economic sense to invest in a sector which is important in growth. Koç said that we are aiming to take our citizens on the Cappadocia train on October 29, 2019.

Cappadocia Train Route
The Delice-Kayseri line will be built in 232 kilometers long. Kırşehir-Hacıbektaş, and Nevşehir pass through the population regions and reach Kayseri. The Delice-Kayseri line, which is planned to be built using the treasury source, is 220 kilometers long and covers only Yerköy district. If the project is to be constructed in the direction of Nevşehir, Antalya-Nevşehir-Kırşehir (intersection) connection becomes the most important transfer center of Turkey. Within the scope of the project, 90 overpasses, 70 underpasses, small streams, and side rivers are planned for the 367 culverts. The total length of the 6 thousand 300 meters will be built in the 2 tunnel and the total length of the 9 bin 955 meters bridge and viaduct.



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