Samsun Sivas Railway Line When Will It Be Opened ?: Due to the renovation work, when the Samsun Sivas Railway line was closed today, 4 turned back to the story of the snake. Lastly, it was learned that the works will continue in August and will continue.
29 In September 2015, Samsun-Sivas-Kalın railway line, which was closed for transportation within the scope of modernization works and will be put into service after three years, has not been opened despite the intervening 4 year. At the 88 annual Samsun-Sivas Kalın railway line, which was opened by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the modernization works started with the support of European Union (EU) grants are still continuing. It is still unclear when the line is scheduled to be commissioned at the end of August.
MADE WITH EU FUND
4 prepared a modernization project for Samsun-Kalın Railway line with the support of EU grant funds. With the project, the infrastructure of the railway platform platform width 6.70 meters as well as ground improvement in the route of the 38 bridge was demolished and renewed. The 40 historic bridge was restored and the rail, sleeper, ballast, and scissors superstructure of the line, which underwent improvement works in the 2 thousand 476 meter tunnel, was changed.
SIGNALIZATION COMPLETELY RENEWED
Passenger platforms of the stations and stations have been renewed to provide transportation for the disabled. Signaling and telecommunication facilities were established in line with EU standards. The 121 level crossing was renewed and the gate was integrated into the signaling system with automatic barrier.
WILL GO TO SERVICE IN AUGUST
265 million eurosof the project costing 148.6 million eurosThe part of it was covered from EU grant funds. An official statement has not yet been issued on when the project, which is undergoing testing and commissioning and is planned to be re-commissioned at the end of August, will serve. With the Samsun-Sivas Kalın line, one of the two railway lines of the Black Sea opening to Anatolia, cargo transportation will be made from the ports in the region as well as the passenger. (Samsuncanlıhab is)