The works on the Samsun-Sivas (Kalın) Railway line, which was closed to traffic in September 2015, have come to an end. The works are completed and the line is planned to open next September.
Samsun-Sivas (Kalın) Railway line has reached its final stage. In September, 2015 is closed to railway traffic, and the maintenance and maintenance of the Samsun-Sivas railway line, which has a distance of 378, is being carried out on the 420 kilometer.
The total construction cost of the 1,2 billion pounds of the project will be renewed with the infrastructure of the 90 annual line. With the commissioning of the signaling system, the line capacity will be increased and even the freight traffic in the north-south corridor will be transferred to the railways.
It was aimed to increase the train speeds, line capacity and capability in the line section with high freight potential, to make a more comfortable, safer and faster operation and to reduce maintenance costs. The number of trains, which were 20 before the project, will increase to 30, which will result in an increase in line capacity of 50. Modernization of the Samsun-Sivas Railway line, which was closed to the train traffic in September of 2015, is planned to be completed and opened for transportation in September.