Transport and Infrastructure Minister M. Cahit Turhan, Turkey to shorten distances in the trunk in general, and thousands 889 kilometers of high-speed trains to facilitate people's lives (YHT), thousand 786 kilometer high-speed train (HT) and 429 kilometers conventional totaling 4 thousand 104 kilometers of new railway Construction of the 152 kilometer high-speed train line is under construction.
The high speed train coming to Izmir will connect Central Anatolia with the Aegean and will be opened for use in 2023.
12 THOUSAND 803 KM REACHED
Minister Turhan, 2003 thousand 10 thousand 959 kilometers of the total railway network in the intervening time increased by 17 percent 12 thousand 803 kilometers, he said.
At that time, the YHT line was built when the thousand 213 kilometer YHT line was built Turhan, 10 thousand 959 thousand kilometers 6 thousand percent of the conventional line length is increased by increasing 11 thousand 590 reported.
Turhan, 2 thousand 505 kilometers 132 thousand kilometers of signal line length increased by 5 thousand 809 kilometers, 2 thousand 82 kilometers of 166 thousand percent of the length of the electric line 5 thousand 530 increased.
Thousand 889 kilometers YHT, thousand 786 kilometers and 429 kilometers of conventional 4 thousand 104 kilometers of the new railway line construction work continues, giving information that Turhan, 152 kilometer HT line is under construction at the tender stage said.
“PRIORITY TARGET, HIGH SPEED RAILWAY NETWORK”
Turhan, providing information about the major investment projects of TCDD, Ankara-Polatli-Afyonkarahisar-Usak-Izmir, including the center of Istanbul-Ankara-Sivas, Ankara-Konya corridors covering the establishment of the core high-speed rail network has been identified as a priority target, he said.
FAST TRAIN IN IZMIR WILL START AT 2020 AND FINISH AT 2023
Stating that the infrastructure and superstructure works of the Polatlı-Afyonkarahisar section of the 508 kilometer Ankara-Polatlı-Afyonkarahisar-Uşak-İzmir High Speed Train Project, which is part of this core network and is under construction, is planned to be started at 2020, Turhan, Ankara (Polatlı) -Afyonkarahisar and 2022 in Afyonkarahisar-Uşak-İzmir.