Iyle High Speed Train Between Ankara and Istanbul iyle workshop, which was organized with the cooperation of Düzce University and Düzce Municipality, was held in Cumhuriyet Conference Hall.
Program; Dursun Ay, Mayor of Düzce, Rector. Dr. Nigar Demircan Çakar, Deputy Governor of Düzce Cemal Demiryürek, Prof., from the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Dr. Shigeru Kakumoto from Osaka Sangyo University President Dr. Koji Yoshikawa, representatives of the provinces of the region, members of the protocol, faculty members and members of the press attended.
The opening speech of the program was delivered by our Rector. Dr. Nigar Demircan Çakar, Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train Line studies 3 said they started years ago and said that they took the role of University as an effective, economical and efficient route selection. Our Rector stated that there are some nice developments on the subject and added that the scientific based reports of our academicians contributed greatly to the process. Our Rector expressed his appreciation for the efforts of the provinces in the region to participate in the workshop.
After the opening speech, the workshop was opened. First of all, Dean of the Faculty of Technology. Dr. Ayhan Şamandar made a presentation titled B Ankara-Gerede-Bolu-Düzce-Sakarya-Kocaeli-Gebze-Istanbul Route YHT Line Proposal Ay. The third workshop was organized on the subject. Dr. Ayhan Şamandar, Deputy Minister of Transport said they had a meeting with the meeting after the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train route suggested that the work will be started to pass the line.
Ankara-Sincan-Çayırhan-Sakarya-Istanbul line planned by TCDD; 49 tunnel, 25 viaducts and the cost of the construction of the warning that the increase of Prof. Dr. Dr. Shamandar, 6 $ 1 billion cost of this line itself will pay the 30 year by drawing attention to the line only in the 3 province will be the station parallel to the North Anatolian fault line was parallel to the information shared. Ankara-Kizilcahamam-Gerede-Bolu-Duzce-Sakarya-Kocaeli-Gebze-Istanbul YHT line will cost 5 billion dollars, 45 million passengers per year with the capacity to bear itself 10 will pay the year underlined.
Currently, the current YHT line between Ankara and Istanbul 4 hours 20 minutes said that Professor. Dr. Ayhan Şamandar added that the line they proposed would only take 2 hours. This line is addressed to the population of 30 million, and the country's economy in the region of the 50'nin Şamandar voicing that this project will reduce traffic accidents, industry and tourism will improve, stressed that the horizontal expansion of Istanbul will allow.
Noting that the people living in this region will have the opportunity to reach Sabiha Gökçen, Esenboğa and Istanbul Airport in a very short time with the proposed YHT line, Şamandar said that the North Anatolian fault line will not cause a problem, fuel and petrol savings will be saved and time will be spent in transportation. kazanHe assessed that he would.
The other speaker of the program was from Tokyo Institute of Technology. Dr. Shigeru Kakumoto contributed to the workshop with his presentation titled i Analysis of High Speed Train's Economical Perspective by Highway and Airway ergah. 1999 said Düzce earthquake thus to contribute to the re-development work continuously go Düzce came Kakumoto, well established in Japan in 1964 yht'y to Turkey said they tried to adapt his experience about YHT Japan.
Another speaker of the program was Prof. Sangyo University President. Dr. Koji Yoshıkawa shared his knowledge and experiences with the participants with his speech titled katılım Routing Analysis and Evaluation of High Performance and Safe Operation of High Speed Trains Ko.
Dursun Ay, Mayor of Düzce, who made a speech at the end of the program, stated that they had been in constant talks with invited Japanese scientists as University and Municipality. Dursun Ay, which points out that despite the 3 highway between Istanbul and Ankara, is still experiencing traffic density, the YHT line going through Düzce and Bolu will carry more passengers, it will be faster and safer, it will generate more income, The choice would be loudly stressed.
Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train Workshop, Vice-Rector. Dr. İlhan Genç and; Dursun Ay, Mayor of Düzce, Prof. Dr. Ayhan Şamandar, Prof. Dr. Shigeru Kakumoto and Professor Dr. Koji Yoshikawa was awarded with a plaque and a certificate of appreciation.