Samsun Sivas railway was introduced: The modernization project of 378 km long Samsun-Kalın (Sivas) Railway Line, which is under construction at the 'Transportation Summit' organized at Haydarpaşa Train Station, was introduced.
Republic of Turkey and the Transport Operational Program conducted by the European Union (UOP) of construction projects carried out in-house, was shared with the Haydarpaşa Train Station events and photo exhibitions organized in the sector representatives.
Speaking at the opening of the event Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Ministry of Foreign Relations and European Union Director General and Program Authority President Michael Poles, "the scope of all Turkey covering UOP, IPA-II-term investments are concentrated in three large infrastructure projects. These projects are; Rehabilitation and signalization of Irmak-Karabük-Zonguldak Railway Line, modernization of Samsun-Kalın Railway Line and rehabilitation and reconstruction of Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train Line Köseköy-Gebze section. Haydarpaşa Train Station, where we held this meeting, is the last stop of our High Speed Train Line in Istanbul. ”
After the speeches, three days of UOP photography exhibition was held at Haydarpaşa Train Station. Under the Transport Operational Program (UOP), pre-accession financial assistance instrument (IPA I) and regional development component, the Ministry of Transport, Maritime and Communication was prepared by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications for the management of investment infrastructure investments. The statement said the program, which covers the whole of Turkey saving, investment in infrastructure during the IPA II reportedly concentrated in the following three infrastructure projects; Irmak-Karabük-Zonguldak railway line rehabilitation and signaling project (7 km),
Project for modernization of Samsun-Kalın (Sivas) Railway Line (378 km) Ankara-İstanbul High Speed Train Line Rehabilitation and reconstruction of Köseköy-Gebze section Project (56 km)